PERSUASIVE WRITING. ALMOST EVERYDAY, EACH AND EVERYONE OF US ARGUES FOR OR AGAINST SOMEONE FOR SOMETHING. . What exactly is “Persuasive Writing”?
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ALMOST EVERYDAY, EACH AND EVERYONE OF US ARGUES FOR OR AGAINST SOMEONE FOR SOMETHING.
Any type of writing that attempts to persuade us to adopt a point of view (POV), agree with an opinion, or take action. It is any type of writing that involves an argument.
Everywhere in our daily lives! From commercials, to billboards, newspapers, and more.
Learn how to persuade your peers!
To convince others that your opinion is the correct opinion.
Good persuasive writing presents logical reasoning and solid evidence that will persuade your readers to accept your point of view.
Monroe’s Motivated Sequence
The advantage of Monroe's Motivated Sequence is that it emphasizes what the audience can do. Too often the audience feels like a situation is hopeless; Monroe's motivated sequence emphasizes the action the audience can take. It also helps the audience feel like you know the problem at hand.
2. Establish the need
3. Satisfy your need
4. Visualize the future