Persuasive Essay Student Frame



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TEACHING MATERIALS   Persuasive Essay Student Frame Issue: Choose your Side, Stance (thesis statement) Paragraph One Introduction: Begin with your hook, grab your reader’s attention, add an unusual detail, use a strong statement,  quote  a  famous  person,  or  open  the  essay  with  a  statistic  or   fact  (2-­‐3  sentences)..

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