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  1. Persuasive Writing Jeopardy!

  2. These are the THREE types of support that we have discussed.

  3. A Claim is only one part of an argument. A claim must also have THIS to hold it up.

  4. THIS is a short, personal story (usually funny) that is related to the topic being discussed.

  5. THIS is the term that refers to numbers and data used to support a claim.

  6. THIS is the term for a “specific method that is used to change someone’s opinion”.

  7. THIS persuasive appeal “taps into a person’s desire to belong to a group.”

  8. “Hi, I’m Kobe Bryant, and when I’m working hard on the court, I know I can trust Gatorade to rehydrate me and keep me in the game.”This quotation is an example of what persuasive appeal?

  9. For your points, give me an example of an Appeal to Fear.

  10. This appeal uses strong POSITIVE or NEGATIVE language to persuade.

  11. Appeal to THIS uses flattery to win people over.“You need an MP3 player that’s as cool and unique as you are.”

  12. The first thing your persuasive paper should do is hook the reader. What VERB does the persuasive writing standard use to mean “hook”?

  13. ELA6W2.b Says that we should “state a clear position on a proposition or proposal.”What is a “position?”

  14. ELA6W2.c says that we should “support the position with organized and relevant” WHAT?

  15. What do the persuasive writing standards say we should do with IRRELEVANT information?

  16. Giving support for our opinion is important in persuasive writing; however, the standards tell us that it is just as important to “anticipate and address the reader’s” WHAT?

  17. Mrs. Williams gave sixth grade a pizza party for being so awesome.What is the INDIRECT OBJECT in the sentence?

  18. Mrs. Williams gave sixth grade a pizza party for being so awesome.What part of speech is ‘awesome’ in the sentence?

  19. Mrs. Williams gave sixth grade a pizza party for being so awesome.What is the PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE in the sentence?

  20. Mrs. Williams gave sixth grade a pizza party for being so awesome.What part of speech is ‘SO’ in the sentence?

  21. Mrs. Williams gave sixth grade a pizza party for being so awesome.What is the VERB in the sentence?