Persuasive essays can be structured in different ways, but they all have one goal in mind: to persuade others to agree with the argument that is being made. Have you ever disagreed with someone on a point and tried to get them to understand your argument? This assignment will help you learn the proper ways to structure your arguments so that they are more persuasive.
Review the Persuasive Essay Instructions from Week 3.
Review the following completed assignments and your faculty feedback for them:
- Week 2 Topic Selection
- Week 3 Thesis and Research Questions Worksheet
- Week 3 Organizing the Persuasive Essay
Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word (approximately 4 to 5 pages) persuasive essay, using your previous assignments as resources.
- Format your assignment according to appropriate course-level APA guidelines.
- Submit your essay to the Plagiarism Checker, located in the Center for Writing Excellence, and make any required changes that are mentioned in the results of the report. Use the Plagiarism Checker Instructions for step-by-step instructions for how to use the Plagiarism Checker. If another submission is needed after changes, please submit your essay again.
- Submit your Persuasive Essay to WritePoint® powered by Grammarly in the Center for Writing Excellence. Use the suggestions fromÂ WritePoint® powered by Grammarly to improve the grammar and use of active voice in your essay.
- The Persuasive Essay Grading Guide will be used to grade this assignment.