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For my portfolio I've written my reflective essay and I'm currently writing my persuasive essay right now, The only problem is that our teacher did'nt go over how to structure a persuasive essay. I really need help!
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For my portfolio I've written my reflective essay and I'm currently writing my persuasive essay right now, The only problem is that our teacher did'nt go over how to structure a persuasive essay. I really need help!
Basically, you need a catchy intro (making your stance clear) then 3 or4 main arguments set out in a logical order usually most important first. Then a catchy conclusion, potentially linking back to something you said in your intro. I found articles in my RUAE textbook helpful for inspiration. Also use techniques you have studied in RUAE.
Potentially websites like BBC bitesize could help and also look up the SQA mark scheme. Hope this helps and good luck!


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Basically, you need a catchy intro (making your stance clear) then 3 or4 main arguments set out in a logical order usually most important first. Then a catchy conclusion, potentially linking back to something you said in your intro. I found articles in my RUAE textbook helpful for inspiration. Also use techniques you have studied in RUAE.
Potentially websites like BBC bitesize could help and also look up the SQA mark scheme. Hope this helps and good luck!


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For my portfolio I've written my reflective essay and I'm currently writing my persuasive essay right now, The only problem is that our teacher did'nt go over how to structure a persuasive essay. I really need help!
Basically, you need a catchy intro (making your stance clear) then 3 or4 main arguments set out in a logical order usually most important first. Then a catchy conclusion, potentially linking back to something you said in your intro. I found articles in my RUAE textbook helpful for inspiration. Also use techniques you have studied in RUAE.
Potentially websites like BBC bitesize could help and also look up the SQA mark scheme. Hope this helps and good luck!


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