No Need To Argue At Pottstown High, With This Plan
LET US CONVINCE YOU – Building a persuasive argument, one that motivates people to take action, requires not only a convincing spoken or written delivery but a well-reasoned plan that an audience finds appealing. Those are concepts being taught this week by Pottstown High School English teacher Melissa DiBlasi, who relied on Twitter to post this photo of how a persuasive argument might be constructed. She used the social media platform Thursday (March 19, 2015) to remind her students that their similar, graphically organized rough draft examples were due in class Friday (March 20).
Photo from Pottstown High School via Twitter