The student produces
a multi-paragraph persuasive essay that:
a. Engages the
establishing a context, creating a speaker’s voice, and otherwise
developing reader interest.
b. States a clear
position of a
proposition or proposal.
c. Supports the
organized and relevant evidence.
arguments that are irrelevant.
e. Creates an
appropriate to a specific purpose, audience, and context.
readers’ concerns and counter-arguments.
g. Provides a
sense of closure to
PLO: Students will be able to
write a well organized persuasive letter using the components of a