← Persuasive Writing Test
4 Written Questions
4 Multiple Choice Questions
- First paragraph of a piece of persuasive writing. It consists of: lead, background info, 3 preview points, and thesis statement.
- A question that does not expect an answer.
- Includes who you are and what issue you will be persuading the audience to agree with you on.
- A word or phrase that ties together ideas and helps your writing flow.
4 True/False Questions
Supporting Detail → Elaboration (more detail) on the argument being presented that makes the argument stronger.
Thesis Statement → Beginning of each body paragraph. Tells what the paragraph is about.
Counter → When you mention the other side's argument to provide a different view and strengthen your argument.
Call to action → Encouraging others to act according to your own opinion.