Writing To Persuade

Key points when writing to persuade

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Writing To Persuade
Plan
Always bear in mind the purpose of your writing and the audience that it
is aimed at
Write down the aim you wish to achieve (how you wish to persuade your
audience)
Write down all the points you want to make
Write down the ideas you will use to support your points
Organise your points and ideas into a logical order
The Opening
An effective opening is one which immediately captures the reader's
attention.
Points
Use:
Emotive Language
Rhetorical Questions
Visual Imagery
Adjectives
Repetition of Words
Exaggeration
Ending
Sum up what you have said or the points you have made
Find a final, particularly persuasive note on which to end
e.g., mention a discount on hotels or holidays, etc...

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