Writing a persuasive argument

Common Core Standards: Grade 4 Reading: Informational Text , Grade 4 Writing , Grade 4 Language

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Persuasive writing is an important skill that can seem intimidating to elementary students. This lesson encourages students to use skills and knowledge they may not realize they already have. A classroom game introduces students to the basic concepts of lobbying for something that is important to them (or that they want) and making persuasive arguments. Students then choose their own persuasive piece to analyze and learn some of the definitions associated with persuasive writing. Once students become aware of the techniques used in oral arguments, they then apply them to independent persuasive writing activities and analyze the work of others to see if it contains effective persuasive techniques.

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From theory to practice.

  • Students can discover for themselves how much they already know about constructing persuasive arguments by participating in an exercise that is not intimidating.  
  • Progressing from spoken to written arguments will help students become better readers of persuasive texts.

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  • 4. Students adjust their use of spoken, written, and visual language (e.g., conventions, style, vocabulary) to communicate effectively with a variety of audiences and for different purposes.
  • 5. Students employ a wide range of strategies as they write and use different writing process elements appropriately to communicate with different audiences for a variety of purposes.

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  • Computers with Internet access  
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  • LCD projector (optional)  
  • Chart paper or chalkboard  
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  • Persuasion Is All Around You  
  • Persuasive Strategy Definitions  
  • Check the Strategies  
  • Check the Strategy  
  • Observations and Notes  
  • Persuasive Writing Assessment

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Student objectives.

Students will

  • Work in cooperative groups to brainstorm ideas and organize them into a cohesive argument to be presented to the class  
  • Gain knowledge of the different strategies that are used in effective persuasive writing  
  • Use a graphic organizer to help them begin organizing their ideas into written form  
  • Apply what they have learned to write a persuasive piece that expresses their stance and reasoning in a clear, logical sequence  
  • Develop oral presentation skills by presenting their persuasive writing pieces to the class  
  • Analyze the work of others to see if it contains effective persuasive techniques

Session 1: The Game of Persuasion

Home/School Connection: Distribute Persuasion Is All Around You . Students are to find an example of a persuasive piece from the newspaper, television, radio, magazine, or billboards around town and be ready to report back to class during Session 2. Provide a selection of magazines or newspapers with advertisements for students who may not have materials at home. For English-language learners (ELLs), it may be helpful to show examples of advertisements and articles in newspapers and magazines.

Session 2: Analysis of an Argument

Home/School Connection: Ask students to revisit their persuasive piece from Persuasion Is All Around You . This time they will use Check the Strategies to look for the persuasive strategies that the creator of the piece incorporated. Check for understanding with your ELLs and any special needs students. It may be helpful for them to talk through their persuasive piece with you or a peer before taking it home for homework. Arrange a time for any student who may not have the opportunity to complete assignments outside of school to work with you, a volunteer, or another adult at school on the assignment.

Session 3: Persuasive Writing

Session 4: presenting the persuasive writing.

  • Endangered Species: Persuasive Writing offers a way to integrate science with persuasive writing. Have students pretend that they are reporters and have to convince people to think the way they do. Have them pick issues related to endangered species, use the Persuasion Map as a prewriting exercise, and write essays trying to convince others of their points of view. In addition, the lesson “Persuasive Essay: Environmental Issues” can be adapted for your students as part of this exercise.  
  • Have students write persuasive arguments for a special class event, such as an educational field trip or an in-class educational movie. Reward the class by arranging for the class event suggested in one of the essays.

Student Assessment / Reflections

  • Compare your Observations and Notes from Session 4 and Session 1 to see if students understand the persuasive strategies, use any new persuasive strategies, seem to be overusing a strategy, or need more practice refining the use of a strategy. Offer them guidance and practice as needed.  
  • Collect both homework assignments and the Check the Strategy sheets and assess how well students understand the different elements of persuasive writing and how they are applied.  
  • Collect students’ Persuasion Maps and use them and your discussions during conferences to see how well students understand how to use the persuasive strategies and are able to plan their essays. You want to look also at how well they are able to make changes from the map to their finished essays.  
  • Use the Persuasive Writing Assessment to evaluate the essays students wrote during Session 3.
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Four Essential Tools to Help your Kids Succeed in Persuasive Writing

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In our last blog post we discussed why persuasive writing is important for our kids to learn .  Now, we’re going to turn our attention to some tools that we believe will help your kids with their persuasive writing. Below are four instruction pages that you can print out as PDF files.

First, your child needs to formulate his or her ideas. This framework page will help them do that. Having filled it out, they can then start writing the speech, article, letter or other piece of persuasive writing.

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Sentence starters

When your kid is ready to start writing out the piece, that’s where the next two pages come in handy. Here’s a page on sentence starters . Basically, they are prompts to help your child start the introduction, reasons and conclusion paragraphs.

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Persuasive writing requires some strong words to convince the reader. Here’s a page of strong words for your child to consider in her or his writing.

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Finally, we have put together a checklist for your child. We suggest you read it before embarking on the writing and then after to check that you fulfilled the criteria for the persuasive writing piece.

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Now you just need to pick a topic. There are so many, but we suggest that you pick something your child is interested in. If you can’t think of anything, perhaps the following topics will spark your thinking:

-    Why recess (is/is not) important to students in school. (There’s been some debate recently about schools stopping recess and breaks during school hours.)

  -    The (importance/unimportance) of learning a second language.

  -    Fast food (should/should not) be banned.

  -    Cell phones (should/should not) be allowed at school.

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Argument Writing worksheets for Grade 4 are an essential tool for teachers looking to enhance their students' reading and writing skills. These worksheets focus on developing the ability to construct well-structured arguments, a vital aspect of nonfiction writing. By incorporating these worksheets into their lesson plans, teachers can provide students with opportunities to practice their persuasive writing techniques, while also improving their overall reading comprehension. As students progress through the grade levels, the complexity of the topics and the depth of the arguments they are expected to produce will increase, making these worksheets an invaluable resource for building a strong foundation in reading and writing for Grade 4 students. In addition to argument writing, these worksheets also cover other essential elements of nonfiction writing, such as summarizing information, identifying main ideas, and supporting details. Argument Writing worksheets for Grade 4 are a must-have for any teacher looking to improve their students' reading and writing abilities.

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Writing is a means of communication that involves using conventional written symbols like the alphabet. Just as we communicate for different reasons, we also write for different purposes – hence there are four primary types of writing.

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Key Facts & Information

The four types of writing.

  • The four types of writing are descriptive writing, expository writing, narrative writing, and persuasive writing. Further on in your studies, when you begin reading and composing different types of essays, you will encounter many other kinds of writing. However, all of these generally fall into these four main categories.
  • Each of these four types has its own characteristics and objectives. The method you employ depends on your goal. Therefore, it is essential that you are familiar with each to know the appropriate kind you need to choose.

DESCRIPTIVE WRITING

  • Descriptive writing is intended for describing one’s subject using vivid accounts to help readers clearly visualize or experience whatever it is being written about, be a person, thing, place, or anything else.
  • To remember its function, keep in mind that the root of the word descriptive is the verb ‘to describe’ – therefore, it is a writing that describes. Because of this, descriptive writing is also considered as creating pictures with words.
  • Given its aim to describe, descriptive writing involves detailed illustrations achieved by concrete words related to the five senses. It also usually uses writing devices like figurative language to evoke particular moods to enhance the reading experience of readers, making them feel as if what is being described is actually unfolding right where they are.
  • Because of what it can offer to a writer, descriptive writing is most often used in literature. In particular, it is found in poetry and fictional works such as stories and novels where imagery is important. It can be found in songwriting and other types of creative texts such as those used in advertising. You can also employ descriptive writing in personal works like entries in a journal or a diary.

Descriptive Writing Tips

  • When you need to describe something, provide its characteristics based on what you observe, usually from what you can see. However, there are things you can describe using sensory details from the rest of your five senses such as touch or hearing. If applicable, make sure to describe using your other senses for a richer description of your subject. 
  • It helps to know your subject by heart so you can give a detailed description of it. Thus, it can be useful to research your subject well when it is unfamiliar to you to be able to relate it accurately to your readers. 
  • Use strong descriptive words to make your writing livelier and more colorful. If you want to describe an elephant as big, try using the word massive. However, make sure to use these kinds of words only when it will give your readers a clearer image of your subject.

Descriptive Writing Example

  • She stretched herself up on tiptoe and peeped over the edge of the mushroom, and her eyes immediately met those of a large blue caterpillar, that was sitting on the top with its arms folded, quietly smoking a long hookah, and taking not the smallest notice of her or of anything else . (From Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland )
  • In this example, notice how the writer used action words like stretched and peeped to accurately show Alice’s movements. The author also described the caterpillar vividly so that a clear image and impression of it could be formed in the reader’s mind.

EXPOSITORY WRITING

  • Expository writing is the type of writing that aims to inform readers about a particular subject by providing relevant facts and explanations in a clear and logical manner.
  • In order to remember the purpose of expository writing, think of the word expose, which occurs in this kind of writing: information and facts are exposed or laid out for the readers so that they may understand the subject. Hence, this writing is educational or informative in nature.
  • Considering its aim is to explain a subject to readers, expository writing must be factual and, most importantly, free of the writer’s subjective views. It must focus on making a subject clear using objective explanations and answering any questions that readers may have about the subject in a neutral way.
  • Expository writing might be the most common among the four types of writing because the world always deals with information and knowledge. You can find this in educational material like textbooks or worksheets, which teach students about various topics. It also prevalent in journalism, specifically in news writing. Researchers use expository writing for the scientific and research articles they write to share their discoveries. On the internet, content like FAQs and how-to blogs are also inherently expository.

Expository Writing Tip

  • Explaining a subject to readers requires knowledge of the topic to be written about. Make sure to study your subject well so that you can properly and accurately clarify it for your readers. 
  • Create an outline to keep your writing logical and clear, which is important to inform readers of your subject. 
  • Consider the level of familiarity of your target readers with your subject. Adapt your writing to what they already know and have yet to know about it. 
  • Refrain from expressing opinions on your subject. Remember that expository writing must be factual and objective.

Expository Writing Example

  • Photosynthesis is a process used by plants and other organisms to convert light energy into chemical energy that, through cellular respiration, can later be released to fuel the organism’s activities. Some of this chemical energy is stored in carbohydrate molecules, such as sugars and starches, which are synthesized from carbon dioxide and water. (From Wikipedia)
  • This passage explains the process of photosynthesis in a factual and logical manner. It uses terms related to this subject, which must be expanded on later for the readers to follow. The formality of the tone of writing is also noticeable, which is common in expository writing.

NARRATIVE WRITING

  • Narrative writing is just another term for storytelling with its purpose to share with readers an event or a sequence of events in chronological order. For this reason, an organizational arrangement, known as a narrative structure, comprising a beginning, middle, and ending, is evident in narrative works. 
  • One can simply look at the name itself to remember that its function is to narrate an account of related events. Accordingly, the concept of a logical sequence is central to this kind of writing.
  • Essentially storytelling, narrative writing often employs elements such as a setting, characters, and a plot. Since narrative writing is not just a matter of simply recounting a series of events, one finds that it usually goes hand in hand with descriptive writing. Therefore, some written works, especially in literature, can be both narrative and descriptive.
  • Examples of narrative writing include short stories, novels, and other works of fiction. While they are given as examples for descriptive writing, these are taken as written narratives as a whole that use descriptive storytelling including scenes, for instance. Any writing that tells a story, in fact, can be considered narrative writing.

Narrative Writing Tips

  • Ensure that the events to be described flow smoothly and chronologically, as this is most important in narrative writing. 
  • Make the narration interesting by applying what you learned from descriptive writing; that is, use descriptive language in telling the story.

Narrative Writing Example

  • A Dog, to whom the butcher had thrown a bone, was hurrying home with his prize as fast as he could go. As he crossed a narrow footbridge, he happened to look down and saw himself reflected in the quiet water as if in a mirror. But the greedy Dog thought he saw a real Dog carrying a bone much bigger than his own. If he had stopped to think he would have known better. But instead of thinking, he dropped his bone and sprang at the Dog in the river, only to find himself swimming for dear life to reach the shore. At last he managed to scramble out, and as he stood sadly thinking about the good bone he had lost, he realized what a stupid Dog he had been. (From Aesop’s Fables, The Dog and Its Reflection ) 
  • As a short story, this piece has a plot and consists of character- encountering conflict. It also has a clear beginning, middle, and ending with the way the events logically follow each other.

PERSUASIVE WRITING

Persuasive writing, also called argumentation, is aimed at convincing readers to adopt a position on a particular topic or to perform an action by using sound arguments or appealing to their emotions.

  • Persuasive means having the ability to persuade. This is helpful when remembering the function of persuasive writing.
  • If expository writing cannot contain any of the writer’s thoughts or opinions on a topic, these elements are central to persuasive writing. That said, this type of writing is incomplete without one’s arguments or reasoning, which are necessary to justify the position the writer is taking and consequently to persuade the readers to accept it or take action according to it.
  • There are many situations in which you might need to convince others of something and hence call for persuasive writing. One example is a cover letter used for job applications where the applicant needs to convince an employer to hire them. Other examples include critical reviews or critiques intended to share the writer’s views on something evaluated. Persuasive writing is widespread in advertising in the form of sales writing and advertisements.

Persuasive Writing Tips

  • Identify what you aim to convince your readers to do and focus on this objective throughout your writing process. 
  • Determine your position and develop arguments that are logical and relevant to the readers whose mind you want to change. 
  • Use supporting evidence to further drive your position. These may be related to hard figures (statistical), others’ experiences (testimonial), or even your personal experiences (anecdotal). Present this evidence in a coherent manner.

Persuasive Writing Example

  • Writing is not easy. That’s why Grammarly can help. This sentence is grammatically correct, but it’s wordy, and hard to read. It undermines the writer’s message and the word choice is bland. Grammarly’s cutting-edge technology helps you craft compelling, understandable writing that makes an impact on your reader. Much better. Are you ready to give it a try? Installation is simple and free. Visit Grammarly.com today! (From Grammarly)  
  • This passage is persuasive writing in the context of advertising. It begins with a problem experienced by the target audience of Grammarly and then proceeds with telling the benefits of their product that will help solve this problem. These help convince the audience to visit their website, which is an action the ad makes explicit at the end.

Types of Writing Worksheets

This is a fantastic bundle that includes everything you need to know about Types of Writing across 31 in-depth pages. These are ready-to-use worksheets that are perfect for teaching students about the four primary Types of Writing which are identified based on their purpose in communication.

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The four types of writing are descriptive writing, expository writing, narrative writing, and persuasive writing.

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Grade 4 English Resources Printable Worksheets Topic: Writing Styles – Expository, Persuasive, Descriptive and Narrative

Grade 4 English Resources Printable Worksheets Topic: Writing Styles - Expository, Persuasive, Descriptive and Narrative

“Writing Styles – Expository, Persuasive, Descriptive and Narrative” Printable Worksheets

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Writing Styles

There are four main types of writing styles. Writing style is like any other type of style in that it helps the writer express who they are, but in written form. How the writer expresses themselves shows who they are or who they would like to be in written form. This can be compared to someone choosing their clothes every morning, an expression of what they want to be like for the day. Each of the four types of writing are explained below.

Expository writing is a general category of the written word. This includes all writing except persuasive writing. The main purpose is to explain a concept or idea using details for support. This type of writing is usually written based on facts, not opinions. Think of how-to articles or a textbook type of writing. This writing is usually more formal and does not use slang. Expository writing usually begins with a topic sentence that lets the reader know what the remainder of the paragraph or story will be about.

Persuasive writing is like expository writing in that it is written in article like feedback. This type of writing relies on opinions more than facts and is often expressing the writer’s opinion to persuade the reader to his or her point of view.

Descriptive

Descriptive writing is mostly fiction and poetry and the purpose is to entertain the reader. This type of writing uses many adjectives and imagery to create a picture in the reader’s mind.

Narrative writing aims to entertain the reader as the writer tells a story. Narrative writing is about helping the reader imagine the whole story unfolding. Word choice is often changed based on the type of being told. A suspenseful story would be told with words that created mystery while a funny story would have completely different word choices.

All types of writing are important as different messages need to be conveyed in different manners.

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