Como Começar Uma Redação Persuasiva
The following steps will help guide the writer when it comes to developing and completing their first persuasive essay. Follow these tips and you are on your way.
Starting Your Own Persuasive Essay
Begin with a head topic; would you like to write (in general) about History? Arts? Language? Sports? Novels? News? Foreign? Movies? Music? People? Politics? Religion? Science? Technology? Those head topics, the first topic you will choose, is your general topic. Your subtopic will go under the head. It is more specific; less general. What will you write about? Civil Rights? A masterpiece by Picasso? The Spanish language? NFL? To Kill A Mocking Bird? The Columbine massacre? After you have chosen your head/subtopics, create a cluster diagram and map out what you will write about. This makes the rest of the procedures thorough and rich.
Brainstorm: second step. Brainstorming will be the second base in your essay. You will need brainstorming while using vocabulary, use interesting words not dull ones such as "good, nice, cool, fun" instead, "extravagant, vile, vivid". Try to write down as many ideas as you can think of.
Work out your point of view: Seek an order to your thoughts. Try and write down the most important ideas from your brainstorm which you will write about. You will want to make sure the ideas are supportive of your view on the essay topic, and not contradicting.
Brainstorm within new sections: Using your new sections of argument taken from the last step, brainstorm further. This way, you have a good idea about what you are going to write about each idea.
Research: You are going to want to add statistics to your brainstorm. Statistics are extremely effective in persuasive writing. Numbers, facts and figures all work wonders in persuading someone to believe you. Making sure you have proof, find as many useful statistics as you can to add to your brainstorm.
Structure sections: Order your main points into sections with a logical order. For example, you may want to have the first section about why you support the topic, the second about what could be done to carry out what you support, and the last about what would be better done. Make sure the points in each section are structured persuasively.
Introduction: Almost all good essays begin with a strong introduction. You can now write your introduction outlining what you know will be your line of argument. Don't start writing points in here yet, leave them for the actual paragraphs!
Write! Write down what you would like, looking back at your planning all the time. Make sure the paragraphs are indented and include what you planned each one to say.
Conclusion: Bring your thoughts to a convincing conclusion. You don't need to repeat the points you've made, but bring your argument to a close considering wider implications and your final memorable phrase.
Proofread and edit your essay so you can get everything done precisely correct! Spelling errors, grammar and usage, these areas all count!
- Cluster Diagrams are helpful in organizing data.
- Use reliable internet sites for statistics, not Wikipedia (unreliable).
- Write on a clean, spacious area (such as a desk or table) so you are comfortable and concentrating on the persuasive writing at hand.
- Pencil, pens are messy and do not provide erasers.
- Don't rush your intro and conclusion, these are sometimes considered the most important parts to an essay.
- Don't write anything that goes against what you believe, or you ruin your argument