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Writing a Persuasive Letter. This letter will be a Type Three Writing with the following Focus Correction Areas: . Correct letter format Two paragraphs A clearly stated thesis statement At least one emotional appeal.

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this letter will be a type three writing with the following focus correction areas
This letter will be a Type Three Writing with the following Focus Correction Areas:
  • Correct letter format
  • Two paragraphs
  • A clearly stated thesis statement
  • At least one emotional appeal
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Correct Business Letter FormatYour AddressCity, State, ZipPrincipal’s NameSchool NameSchool AddressCity, State ZipDear :

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You are writing a persuasive letter to the principal of your school. Be positive! Remember, attack the problem, not the person!

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Paragraph One: Write your thesis statement (what you are writing about). Write at least three sentences describing what the problem(s) is. Examples: the cleanliness of the restrooms, the dress code. Use at least one emotional appeal.An example would be: “The restrooms are so dirty that they pose a health hazard for the students.”

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Paragraph Two: Write at least three sentences proposing solutions to the problem. An example would be: “The custodial staff and the students could work together to keep the restrooms clean.” Write a concluding sentence. Example: “Thank you for your time. I hope you take my suggestions into consideration.”