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Persuasive writing
To understand some persuasive
writing techniques
We will write our own persuasive
holiday leaflet
This weeks plan
1. We will think of a time when we have
tried to persuade someone to do
something, and tell each other how...
Think of a time where you have
had to persuade...
Your mum/dad
to buy you
something
Your friend to try
something new
Someo...
There are certain ‘techniques’
we can use to persuade people:
Repetition
Alliteration
Statistics
Emotive language
* Simile...
Repetition
• When we repeat the
same word or phrase:
• The lights are
unforgettable,
• the sights are
unforgettable,
• the...
Alliteration
• When more than one
word starts with the
SAME letter:
• The rollercoaster was
fast, furious and fun.
• The s...
Statistics
• 100% of visitors say that Disneyland is
outstanding!
Emotive language
‘Your children will
think you are the
most wonderful
parent alive for
taking them to
Disneyland.’
• Words...
PERSUASIVE WRITING: FIGURES
OF SPEECH
Copy these persuasive techniques into your
notebook and write your own definition:
R...
• Disneyland has come to Europe, a new world of holiday dreams.
Come and explore the magic: Eurodisney, Paris, the most se...
You will never forget the thrill
of Space Mountain.
• REPETITION
• ALLITERATION
• STATISTICS
• EMOTIVE LANGUAGE
“You will never forget the sight …
You will never forget the thrill”
• REPETITION
• ALLITERATION
• STATISTIC
• EMOTIVE LAN...
‘the most sensational and
spectacular holiday in Europe.’
• REPETITION
• ALLITERATION
• STATISTIC
• EMOTIVE LANGUAGE
“In 2009 there were 15,405,000
visitors to Disneyland Paris”
• REPETITION
• ALLITERATION
• STATISTIC
• EMOTIVE LANGUAGE
Let’s write 4 examples
• for each of the 4 forms of persuasive
speech we have studied today.
1. __________________________...
Similes
and
metaphores
Examples:
–I am as happy as a bird.
–The food is hot like fire!
• Similes: http://www.english-
online.org.uk/games/similifra
me.htm
Metaphors
You are a star!
My mum is a
teddy bear.
Visual metaphors!
2. Create similes using the following words:
https://www.englishclub.com/esl-games/vocabulary/matching-similes-1.
Lets try it!
• QUIZ: SIMILES vs METAPHORS
https://www.quia.com/quiz/234882.html
• Extra:
http://www.kidsonthenet.org.uk/dr...
SPEAKING: PAIR WORKPAIR WORK
1. WHY DO WE LEARN TO USE
PERSUASIVE LANGUAGE?
2. WHY DO WE LEARN TO USE
FIGURES OF SPEECH SU...
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  1. 1. Persuasive writing To understand some persuasive writing techniques We will write our own persuasive holiday leaflet
  2. 2. This weeks plan 1. We will think of a time when we have tried to persuade someone to do something, and tell each other how we went about it. 2. We will learn some persuasive techniques. 3. We will watch a trailer for Disneyland and read a persuasive article about it. 4. We will underline parts of the article. 5. We will write our own persuasive leaflet for a cruise around the Mediterranean.
  3. 3. Think of a time where you have had to persuade... Your mum/dad to buy you something Your friend to try something new Someone to let you borrow something
  4. 4. There are certain ‘techniques’ we can use to persuade people: Repetition Alliteration Statistics Emotive language * Similes and Metaphors
  5. 5. Repetition • When we repeat the same word or phrase: • The lights are unforgettable, • the sights are unforgettable, • the smiles are unforgettable.
  6. 6. Alliteration • When more than one word starts with the SAME letter: • The rollercoaster was fast, furious and fun. • The shops are bright and buzzing.
  7. 7. Statistics • 100% of visitors say that Disneyland is outstanding!
  8. 8. Emotive language ‘Your children will think you are the most wonderful parent alive for taking them to Disneyland.’ • Words that appeal to your emotions:
  9. 9. PERSUASIVE WRITING: FIGURES OF SPEECH Copy these persuasive techniques into your notebook and write your own definition: Repetition: When you repeat the same word in a paragraph. Alliteration: When you use the same first letter of many words in a text. Statistics: It’s the percentage that represents a population. Emotive language: To use loving words in messages.
  10. 10. • Disneyland has come to Europe, a new world of holiday dreams. Come and explore the magic: Eurodisney, Paris, the most sensational and spectacular holiday in Europe. • Where else can you find, shops, hotels, rides, cinemas, and the magic of Disney all in one place? In 2009 there were 15,405,000 visitors to Disneyland Paris, and it has been voted one of the most popular resorts in Europe. • Come to Disneyland for a holiday of a lifetime, filled with smiles, laughter and happy memories. Enjoy rides and attractions galore, delightful and delicious food and the world-famous Disneyland parade. • You will never forget the sight of the enchanting ‘Sleeping Beauty’s Castle’. You will never forget the thrill of Space Mountain. You will never forget the wonder of the Walt Disney Studios.
  11. 11. You will never forget the thrill of Space Mountain. • REPETITION • ALLITERATION • STATISTICS • EMOTIVE LANGUAGE
  12. 12. “You will never forget the sight … You will never forget the thrill” • REPETITION • ALLITERATION • STATISTIC • EMOTIVE LANGUAGE
  13. 13. ‘the most sensational and spectacular holiday in Europe.’ • REPETITION • ALLITERATION • STATISTIC • EMOTIVE LANGUAGE
  14. 14. “In 2009 there were 15,405,000 visitors to Disneyland Paris” • REPETITION • ALLITERATION • STATISTIC • EMOTIVE LANGUAGE
  15. 15. Let’s write 4 examples • for each of the 4 forms of persuasive speech we have studied today. 1. ___________________________ ___________________________ 2. _________________________ ___________________________ 3. _________________________ ___________________________ 4. ___________________________ ___________________________
  16. 16. Similes and metaphores Examples: –I am as happy as a bird. –The food is hot like fire!
  17. 17. • Similes: http://www.english- online.org.uk/games/similifra me.htm
  18. 18. Metaphors You are a star! My mum is a teddy bear.
  19. 19. Visual metaphors!
  20. 20. 2. Create similes using the following words: https://www.englishclub.com/esl-games/vocabulary/matching-similes-1.
  21. 21. Lets try it! • QUIZ: SIMILES vs METAPHORS https://www.quia.com/quiz/234882.html • Extra: http://www.kidsonthenet.org.uk/dragonsvi
  22. 22. SPEAKING: PAIR WORKPAIR WORK 1. WHY DO WE LEARN TO USE PERSUASIVE LANGUAGE? 2. WHY DO WE LEARN TO USE FIGURES OF SPEECH SUCH AS SIMILES AND METAPHORS?

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