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Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you’re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know. Here is a great article if you need some ideas to get started: How to Write a Persuasive EssayLinks to an external site.

To write a persuasive essay, you can follow this outline:

  1. Introductory Paragraph
    • Grab the reader’s attention by using a “hook.”
    • Give an overview of the argument.
    • Close with a thesis statement that reveals the position to be argued.
  1. “Body” Paragraphs That Provide Support For Your Argument (while three “points” are listed here, you’ll need more paragraphs than that in order to meet your page count)
    • Side A – All the facts and reasoning that supports your paper’s argument
    • Side B – What is the counterargument, and why is it incorrect or why does it not discredit your argument
    • Remember not to “speak” in your paper with personal pronouns (like “I” or “my”,) as you want your paper to speak to the reader, not you personally
    • Each body paragraph should focus on one piece of evidence.
    • Within each paragraph, provide sufficient supporting detail.
  1. Concluding Paragraph
    • Restate and reinforce the thesis and supporting evidence.

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