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Persuasive Writing…

This week we have looked at language features from a range of persuasive texts.  What features are needed?

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  1. Alexander Savkovic (playground buddy) Reply

    You need to add in slogans and adjectives to make it stand out I enjoyed Tuesdays lesson. 😀

  2. ben br Reply

    rhetorical questions similes and metaphors facts and opinions to

  3. Ben Be (school council) Reply

    Modal verbs, Adjectives, Slogans, adverbs and exaggeration.

  4. joe Reply

    repetition, metaphors and similes are very important along with ambiguity and imagery

  5. lauren charlesworth Reply

    you need:

    emotive language
    catch phrases/slogans
    causal connectives
    modal verbs
    past tense

    I really enjoyed this session 😀

  6. Osc@r Reply

    And also causal connectives.

  7. mani Reply

    LOTS. 🙂

    • mani Reply

      effective language
      emotive language
      dare reader to disagree
      present tense
      rhetorical questions
      sign post to points

  8. Emma Reply

    You need to add slogans, adjectives and rhetorical questions.

    • Emma Reply

      Also Tuesdays lesson was great (even though I wasn’t there for all of it.

  9. Abi [Playground Buddy] Reply

    I’m enjoying all of our lesson but I enjoy this lesson the most slogans and adjectives are tricky some times.

  10. Nicola (Playground Buddy) Reply

    1. Metaphors
    2. Causal Connectives
    3. Slogans/Catchphrases

    and others I can not think of at the moment but I will come up with them in a next blog of mine on this. 😀

  11. FLETCHER Reply

    modal verbs are good cuz Barack Obama said “we WILL” and i think that’s persuasive

  12. leah Reply

    You need to add your opinions in your writing and facts !

  13. stanley Reply

    the persuasive writing language features are:

    Emotive language, daring the reader to disagree, alliteration, slogans, simile’s and metaphors, facts and opinions and repetition.

  14. kyran Reply

    you need to add nouns adverbs and vcop

  15. Louie Reply

    2)emotive language
    4)adjectives adverbs
    5)causal connectives
    6)rhetorical questions
    7)slogans catchphrases
    8)facts opinions
    9)opinions backed with a fact
    10)similes and metaphor
    11)daring the reader to disagree
    14)modal verbs

  16. Travis Reply

    There are lots of features. Including daring the reader to disagree, causal connectives.

  17. Amalie Reply

    I liked that lesson

  18. Kian Reply

    Here are some of the examples of features you need in persuasive writing:

    Dare the reader to disagree
    Strong imagery
    Adjectives and adverbs
    Effective language
    Emotive language
    Causal connectives

  19. Aruma Reply

    causal connectives,
    signpost points,
    adjectives and adverbs’
    emotive language,
    model verbs,
    similes and metaphors,
    rhetorical questions,
    daring the reader to disagree,
    catch phrases,
    present tense,

  20. Alexander Savkovic (playground buddy) Reply

    1) Signposts to points

    2) Facts Into Opinions

    3) Emotive Language

    4) Causal Connectives

    5) Adverbs/Adjectives

    6) Similies/Metaphores

    7) Ambigious Writing

    8) Daring the reader to disagree

    9) Strong Imagery

    10) Rhetorical Questions ?!

    11) Slogans/Cathphrases

    12) Repetition

    13) Alliteration

    14) Modal Verbs

    15) Exxageration

  21. Janet Reply

    You need adjectives/adverbs, strong imagery, slogans ,rhetorical question ,facts and opinions ,similes/metaphors , signposts, daring the reader to disagree, alliteration, emotive language, exaggeration, causal connectives, modal verbs, repetition and ambiguity.

  22. mani Reply

    I forgot model verbs

  23. Molly Reply

    1. Adjectivesadverbs
    2. Daring the reader to disagree
    3. Rhetorical questions
    4. Causal connectives
    5. Alliteration
    6. Smilesmetaphors
    7. Emotive language
    8. Imagery
    9. Ambiguity
    10. Opinions to facts
    11. Opinions
    12. Repetition

  24. lauren charlesworth Reply

    There is also





    present tense I meant

  25. Avalon Reply

    emotive language
    dear reader to disagree
    persuasive language

  26. Chelsea Reply

    you need to have alliteration, opinion into facts, rhetorical questions, adjectives/adverbs, slogans, ambiguity, exaggeration, emotive language, sigh post to point, modal verbs, causal connectives, similies/metophors, present tence, daring the reader to disagree, opinions and facts.

  27. Amalie Reply

    it was fun

  28. Kyle Reply

    slogans, adjectives, emotive language, ambiguity, repetition, daring the reader to disagree, causal connectives, similes/metaphors. Sorry I cant think of anymore but next time I will hope I will remember all 15

  29. joe and lucy Reply

    Emotive language, daring the reader to disagree, slogans, ambiguity, casual connectives, repetition, alliteration, metaphors/similes, present tense, strong imagery, effective language e.g adverbs/ adjectives, modal verbs, signpost to points, exaggeration,

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