Persuasive HSPE prompt

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  • 1. HSPE
  • 2. Persuasive Prompt Example:
  • 3. How can you be successful? Take a clear position: EIT’s are a clear violation of students’ privacy rights...
  • 4. How can you be successful? Give specific reasons for your position in the first paragraph: ...because they monitor students who haven’t committed any crime and cause students to mistrust authority.
  • 5. How can you be successful? Organize your essay with one reason per paragraph Body 1: Monitor innocent students Body 2: Creates an unhealthy school environment
  • 6. How can you be successful? Be specific in your body paragraphs about the evidence that supports your position. Once, I was shopping in a Rite-Aid for a bottle of Advil and a clerk shadowed me the whole time. The clerk stared at me and clearly felt that I was a potential criminal. I never went back to Rite-Aid.
  • 7. How can you be successful? Use language and words that are appropriate for a teacher or school essay. I was pissed off when the guard asked me to empty my backpack.
  • 8. How can you be successful? Use language and words that are appropriate for a teacher or school essay. I was pissed off when the guard asked me to empty my backpack. extremely upset
  • 9. How can you be successful? Use transition words Despite the fact that students are usually honest and trustworthy, nevertheless some adult can’t trust them.
  • 10. How can you be successful? Use transition words not only...but also since...therefore either...or even though... for example... Similarly... If...then Therefore... Consequently... As a result... However... In particular...
  • 11. How can you be successful? End with a call-to-action Therefore, I ask you to reconsider your position on EITs and recognize the fact that students deserve Constitutional rights.
  • 12. Your turn With a partner, brainstorm at least 3 reasons to support the EITs and what evidence your would use to back up tha position.
  • 13. Remember 1. Take a clear position 2. Give specific reasons for your position in the first paragraph 3. Organize your essay with one reason per paragraph 4. Be specific in your body paragraphs about the evidence that supports your position. 5. Use language and words that are appropriate for a teacher or school essay. 6. Use transition words 7. End with a call-to-action 11.