Twisting Arms: Teaching Students How to Write to Persuade
|Published by: alexa19 (Karma: 4026.27) on 2 June 2010 | Views: 964|
aTwisting Arms is a practical, engaging book of activities that will help your students learn to write much more effectively. Take your students step by step through the process of writing a persuasive paper, using the easy-to-use, easy-to-understand lessons in Twisting Arms.
A few of the topics included:
Fact vs. opinion
Avoiding wishy-washy terms
Aristotle's three modes of persuasion
Using transition words
Both traditional and new propaganda techniques
Writing and supporting a thesis statement
Ways to provide evidence
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