<p>PowerPoint using an acronym to guide students through criteria for writing to persuade</p>
writing to persuade
Persuasive expression should also include logical, emotional, and ethical appeals, which are not represented in this acronym. It focuses mostly on tone, sentence structure, and audience awareness instead of the quality of evidence and supporting examples. It also doesn't mention the call to action, which is essential to good persuasion.
I LOVE your resources...am an Art teacher looking for ways to develop students' critical studies writing capabilities...any other ideas?!
Very useful indeed, My 11's will like this. =D