Writing to Argue, Persuade and Advise

Argue/Persuade

  •  Retorical Question
  • "You" Addressing the reader
  • Assumin things that support your case - Use "should" "could" and "would"
  • Identify other points of view and "rubbishing" them
  • Concluding by Summarising

Advise

  • Starting with "you"
  • make a list of useful advice - bullet points maybe
  • Another paragraph "if i was you, i would..."
  • Another paragraph "The important thing is you..."
  • Conclude by summarising and give some reassurance

connectives to link paragraphs: Firstly, Furthermore, In addition, however, inconlusion.

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Writing to Argue, Persuade and Advise

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