Lorenz AltarejosCharmaine Lacson      Oowie Yulo              10A
 It   is an argumentative paper trying to sway the readers opinion towards your own. The main point of a persuasive essay...
   Instead of staying at home during PA Days,    students in grade six and above should be forced to    do some volunteer...
   You should do your own homework. Copying someone    else is illegal, and you can get a failing grade or even be    kic...
   A four cylinder engine is much better than a six    cylinder engine for many reasons. The four    cylinder engine is d...
1.  Introduction A well-constructed introductory paragraph should  immediately capture the interest of your reader and  g...
 contains the actual development of your  papers argument Each body paragraph should address one  key aspect of your pap...
 An effective conclusion gives the reader  reasons for bothering to read your paper Should restate the papers argument a...
1.   Each paragraph should have one main idea     and every sentence in that paragraph should     support and connect to y...
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Persuasive Essays

  1. 1. Lorenz AltarejosCharmaine Lacson Oowie Yulo 10A
  2. 2.  It is an argumentative paper trying to sway the readers opinion towards your own. The main point of a persuasive essay is to convince the reader to think the same way you do.
  3. 3.  Instead of staying at home during PA Days, students in grade six and above should be forced to do some volunteer work in their community. For one thing, there are a number of worthwhile agencies who are in need of extra help. Also, volunteering would get students out of the house and active, which is much better for them than sitting on the couch playing video games. Finally, volunteering would teach students responsibility and commitment to someone/something other than themselves. Overall, PA Day volunteering is a win-win situation for both students and their communities.
  4. 4.  You should do your own homework. Copying someone else is illegal, and you can get a failing grade or even be kicked out of school. If you cheat on your job, you can be fired or arrested and put into jail; the government will certainly find you if you cheat on your taxes! Copying someone elses homework also means that you never learn how to do that work for yourself, so when you need the information later (lets say the teacher actually gives you a test on it where you cant copy!) then you dont know how to do it and you get another bad grade. Also, if you dont do your homework, you never learn how to discipline yourself to do unpleasant things, and when you grow up you will always have trouble making yourself do things like your job, paying your bills, and saving money. In short, doing your own homework is the best way to go!
  5. 5.  A four cylinder engine is much better than a six cylinder engine for many reasons. The four cylinder engine is designed to work at both high and low revolutions, which allows for both fuel economy and for high torque power. This is particularly useful for the majority of drivers who need a cheap, reliable engine to haul a small to average amount of cargo in and around city settings. The four cylinder engine can also produce top speeds that most six cylinders cannot match. The Porche 911 four cylinder engine is the fastest production car available to the consumer. The four cylinder engine is the most popular engine size in the world and although it may not have the low end power of a six cylinder, it does offer the average driver with more than enough power for their driving needs.
  6. 6. 1. Introduction A well-constructed introductory paragraph should immediately capture the interest of your reader and give appropriate background information about the topic Should present a clear statement of your argument- your thesis sentenceThesis Sentence Should state the “what” and “how” of your argument What is the argument that you are trying to convince the reader to accept? How exactly do you expect to convince the reader that this argument is sound?
  7. 7.  contains the actual development of your papers argument Each body paragraph should address one key aspect of your papers thesis and bring the reader closer to accepting the validity of your argument Should have an effective topic sentenceTopic Sentence goal is to advance your papers argument, not just to describe the content of the paragraph
  8. 8.  An effective conclusion gives the reader reasons for bothering to read your paper Should restate the papers argument and how you have supported this argument in the body of the paper should not simply be a copy of your introduction, rather it should draw together the threads of the papers argument and show where the argument of your paper has gone
  9. 9. 1. Each paragraph should have one main idea and every sentence in that paragraph should support and connect to your main idea2. State your organization. Make sure your readers understand and follow the ideas that you are writing about3. Use a straight line of development. State your points clearly and support them.4. Always double-check your facts

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