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    Unit 5 Writing to persuade Unit 5 Writing to persuade Presentation Transcript

    • Using Writing to Persuade Unit 5
    • Scenario for this Unit:
      • You became aware of a change which is going to be occurring very soon in an organization to which you belong (church, school, workplace, etc.). People will get together at a meeting to discuss the change. You know you must be ready to discuss your point of view on this issue.
      • The rest of this unit will provide activities to help you fulfill this person's request.
    • UNIT GOALS
      • Be able to research and articulate your own position on issue, present evidence, support an opinion and refute opposing opinions.
      • understand the importance of specifying audience and purpose to select appropriate communication choices.
      • Show understanding of summary, synthesis, evaluation, and argument conventions as well as quoting, paraphrasing, summarizing, and documentation.
    • ACTIVITY OBJECTIVES
      • Activity 1: Write a proposal for essay.
      • Activity 2: Write an outline.
      • Activity 3: Write an introduction.
      • Activity 4: Write the argument.
      • Activity 5: Write a conclusion.
      • Activity 6: Write a completed draft of an essay.
      • Activity 7: Revise and reflect on writing.
    • UNIT OUTCOMES
      • By the end of this unit, you will be able to
      • research and articulate your own position on issue,
      • present evidence,
      • organize and support an argument using evidence and refutation,
      • demonstrate understanding of documentation conventions.
      • research gap for a particular issue,
      • use strategies to draft a summary
      • collaborate with classmates to research.