Pip is given an assignment to write a persuasive paper. She is inspired to convince her school to provide better lunches. She reads tips on how to be persuasive.
Pip helps out on an advertising shoot. She continues to read tips on how to be persuasive. Listen to other points of view.
Pip begins gathering evidence and collecting data. She reviews a persuasive argument template. Listen to an excerpt from her paper.
Pip gets a good grade on her paper. She is given the assignment of writing an informative paper.
Credits: The Art of Persuasive Writing
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Having the right tools and approach to being persuasive can give you the power to achieve what you want, and even influence people to make a real difference in the world. This program guides students through the persuasive writing procedure and offers tips for reaching a desired outcome. Students will see the power of a well thought out and balanced argument with Pip, our main character, bringing about change at her school and even at home.
Length: 13 minutes
Copyright date: ©2009
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