This chart is great to display in the classroom or turn into a reference worksheet. It helps guide students in writing argumentative papers, ensuring that they have the general format and elements present.
Have your students fold a blank piece of paper into thirds. They write the letters TAP F down the left hand side (T=Topic, A=Audience, P=Purpose, they make a T chart for pros and cons on the right side, and the middle is for a mini outline of their paper.
This is a sheet that contains persuasive sentence starters. Cut the sentence starters our and give to children to use while writing their persuasive sentence, or paragraph, depending on the grade level. You could use these to show how persuasive writing d
Similar to PREP in PR - Position/Reason/Example/Position (re-state) when doing media training. But better: >>>> OREO persuasive writing anchor chart (picture only) opinion, reason, example, opinion restated because who doesn't love oreos?