PERSUASIVE WRITING GRAPHIC ORGANIZER Name: Date: Topic: Opening Sentences: Transition Word or Phrase 3. Make at least one (1) counterclaim (the other side of the argument).
4. Next, provide facts or examples to refute it (make a rebuttal). Counterclaims Rebuttal 5. Provide a concluding statement that calls the audience to take action.
Model Graphic Organizer for the Argumentative Essay Support your claim Refute the objections Ask the question(s) Express your viewpoint Evidence Persuasive Device Example Rhetorical Device LogosLogical Argument PathosEmotional Appeal to your Audience Ethos Credible Source Research Argumentative Essay Graphic Organizer Created by: Cassandra J.
Pratt Strategies for Teaching Argumentative Writing Integrating Reading and Writing. Page 1 of 17 Below is a basic outline for an argumentative or persuasive essay.
outline, or a Think in Threes graphic organizer. 3. Construct a claim (thesis statement) Name DUE: 1 Graphic Organizer for your ArgumentEditorial Essay (OUTLINE) Directions: Below is a template outline to help you in structuring your ideas for your essay. This is due on Monday, Feb. 1st, 2016. This will be the first stage BEFORE typing your rough draft. Argument Writing Graphic Organizer Paragraph One: Introduction to the Essay Indent Attention Grabbing First Sentence.
Label it AG in the margin. Statement of Purpose Focus with 2 supporting details This is your Claim (Thesis Statement with 2 Supporting Details) Label Claim in the margin. Counterargument For the opposite side of argument Argumentative Essay Graphic Organizer Attentiongrabbing opening: Background of Issue: My position: (May include counterargument) Paragraph Argument writing graphic organizer: Grades 712 Introduce your claim(s) hooking your reader and establishing a formal style.
Support your claim(s) with more than one reason, introducing them in a logical order.