1.Make sure your language is polite
2. Make your positive points are personal = E.g. ' We all believe that individuality is improtant' by using the 'we' it makes it sound as if your readers agree with you already.
3. Use rhetorical questions = E.g. ''Is this sort of thing acceptable in our society?''
4. Use loaded language = (exaggerated language) to emphasise your point. E.g. ''School uniforms are a crime ; all they do is cause havoc and make everyone look alike!''
5. Keep your writing ''punchy'' = Use lists of 3 so you can emphasise your point better, instead of just 1 describing word in a sentence, use 3. It stresses the point that you are making. E.g. The development of a European single policy is an expensive, time-consuming and unworkable nightmare. This is much better then just saying:''The development of a European single policy is expensive and time-consuming ''