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Instruct students, as the author, to identify the purpose of the letter and write the text persuasively on a topic they care about. The ability to focus on the purpose identifies the intent of the letter or text. Use the sheets below to try to change the reader's view or personal thoughts on a topic, product, service, or process. The following collection of worksheets will give your students practice with different forms of persuasive work, including opinion essays, problem-solution essays, and more. Each individual set includes definitions, examples, tip sheets, checklists, and writing prompts with different topics, so instructors must be sure to print all of them.

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Printable persuasive writing worksheets, scroll down to view and print all the worksheets., brief overview of this form of writing.

There are many types of persuasive writing, and they can be found in several forms: letters to the editor, scholarly writing, advertisements, editorials, health articles, and many more.

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Opinion Essay

The title "opinion essay" reveals the main goal of this type of persuasion: to state the author's opinion on a particular topic and to justify/support that opinion with valid reasons and information. It is often helpful to find reliable research to include in the support because this adds credibility to the essay as well as the writer.


Example of Opinion Essays

Edible gardening in an art and science that my family loves. It doesn't take much time, but at some moments gardening is a dirty, back breaking hobby. So why do we share the love of growing things?

Tips and Checklist for Opinion Essay

Show enthusiasm for your topic without being overly subjective. Being overly subjective can lead to you appearing close-minded and biased, which can hinder you from persuading your readers

Prompt #1 Immigration

Write a detailed opinion essay on Immigration.

Prompt #2 Eating

Write a detailed opinion essay on Eating at home.

Prompt #3 Marriage

Write a detailed opinion essay on living together before marriage.

Prompt #4 - Hobbies

Write a detailed opinion essay on a hobby of your choice.

Prompt #5 - History

Write a detailed opinion essay on a historical event.

Prompt #6 - Video Games

Write a detailed opinion essay on video games.

Prompt #7 - Age

Write a detailed opinion essay on marrying at a certain age.

Prompt #8- Cell Phones In Schools

Write a detailed opinion essay on the use of cell phones in school.

Prompt #9 - Both Parents Working

Write a detailed opinion essay on the following question: Should both parents work in a family with multiple children?

Prompt #10 - My Favorite Book/Movie

Write a detailed opinion essay on your favorite book or movie.

Prompt #11 - 1 Child Only

Write a detailed opinion essay on having only one child.

Problem-Solution Essay

Improving critical thinking skills is a main objective in many courses. The problem-solution essay employs these skills by allowing writers to identify a problem and offer solutions. In doing so, the writers generally persuade the audience that the problem needs to be addressed and/or that one solution is more advantageous than the others.

Example of a Problem-Solution Essay

The following is an excerpt from Louis Barbash's essay "Clean Up or Pay Up."

Tips and Checklist for Problem-Solution Essay

Think about the scope of the problem and remember the investigative questions -who does it affect?

Prompt #1 - Problems with Products

Write a problem-solution essay based on a recent problem you've had with a product or a business.

Prompt #2 - School Problems

Write a problem-solution essay based on having difficulty at work or school.

Prompt #3 - Poor Communication

Write a problem-solution essay based on a communication dilemma.

Prompt #4 - Major Changes

Write a problem-solution essay based on a decision you are facing: changing jobs, switching majors, moving to a different city, changing a relationship, etc.

Prompt #5 - The Environment

Write a problem-solution essay based on an environmental problem- consider focusing on your community.

Prompt #6 - The Relationship

Write a problem-solution essay based on a relationship predicament.

Pro-Con Essay

Like other forms of writing, a pro-con essay begins with a debatable issue. As mentioned in the Brief Overview of This Form of Writing section, persuasion deals with more than presenting one side of an issue; the author must also present the opposition fairly while refuting the opposing points.

Example of a Pro-Con Essay

The following example of a pro-con essay is an excerpt from "Death and Justice," written by former mayor of New York City, Edward I. Koch.

Tips and Checklist for Pro-Con Essay

Make a pros and cons list. Can you match any of them to do in point counterpoint paragraphs?

Your Thoughts

This is a great way to review a body of work that you have put together.

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Choose one or more of the following as topics for a pro-con essay-or for writing practice pro-con lists and paragraphs. You could choose either side for your assignment.

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Persuasive Writing

Persuasive writing is a form of nonfiction writing that encourages careful word choice, the development of logical arguments, and a cohesive summary. Young children can be guided through a series of simple steps in an effort to develop their persuasive writing skills.

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As children mature as writers, it’s important to give them the opportunity to write using a variety of formats. Persuasive writing helps students formulate specific reasons for their opinions, and provides an opportunity to research facts related to their opinions. As students develop an understanding of how writing can influence or change another’s thoughts or actions, they can begin to understand the persuasive nature of the marketing they are exposed to through television, the Internet, and other media.

How to teach persuasive writing

  • Have students listen to or read examples of persuasive writing. Together, listen and look for words, phrases and techniques that helped the writer persuade the listener.
  • Brainstorm something that is important to an individual child or the group. Is it extra recess? Another chapter of the read aloud? The potential closing of a library? The more authentic the issue, the more passionately your students will write.
  • Once the important privilege is chosen, have the child (or class) start to list reasons why they should be allowed this privilege. “Just because,” and “because I like it” should not be considered valid reasons. Students can work together to generate at least three good reasons to support an argument. This list of persuasive words and phrases from the site Teaching Ideas may help get students started.
  • Have students do some research to gather facts or examples that support their reasons.
  • Have students summarize their position.

Here’s a persuasive letter written by an elementary school student from Crozet, VA:

example of elementary student's persuasive writing

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Create an authentic writing opportunity that motivates students to write persuasive letters to a target audience. (From the Balanced Literacy Diet : Putting Research into Practice in the Classroom)

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This persuasive writing lesson (opens in a new window) from ReadWriteThink uses the Beverly Cleary book Emily’s Runaway Imagination as the springboard for kids to write letters to a librarian urging the addition of certain titles to the library. A Persuasion Map Planning Sheet guides students through steps similar to what is described above.

This resource shows the lifecycle of writing a persuasive letter to a child’s parents about where to vacation for the summer. The PDF begins with the brainstorming, moves through drafting, editing, and publishing of the final letter.


From Writing Fix, here’s a speech writing lesson (opens in a new window) that uses the mentor text Otto Runs for President in conjunction with the RAFT strategy. In this lesson, students assume to the role of a talking fruit or vegetable. Pretending that there’s a “Fruit/Vegetable of the Year” election, the students will create a campaign speech that explains why their fruit/veggie is the best candidate for the job.

Differentiated instruction

For second language learners, students of varying reading skill, and younger learners.

  • Have students work in small groups to generate their ideas and do the research.
  • Offer various suggestions for how students can share their argument: e.g., a debate format, a “soapbox” in the classroom, or letters to the editor of the newspaper.

See the research that supports this strategy

Wollman-Bonilla, J. (2000). Family message journals: Teaching writing through family involvement . Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers of English.

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Martin's Big Words: The Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. grew up fascinated by big words. He would later go on to use these words to inspire a nation and call people to action. In this award-winning book, powerful portraits of King show how he used words, not weapons, to fight injustice.

Martin’s Big Words: The Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Farmer Brown has his hands full when the cows on his farm get a typewriter. Duck, however, negotiates successfully for all parties in this very funny farm story of very clever animals. Be prepared to talk about typewriters or take a trip to a museum to see one!

Click, Clack, Moo: Cows That Type

The Storyteller's Candle

This is the story of librarian Pura Belpré, told through the eyes of two young children who are introduced to the library and its treasures just before Christmas. Lulu Delacre’s lovely illustrations evoke New York City at the time of the Great Depression, as well as the close-knit and vibrant Puerto Rican community that was thriving in El Barrio during this time. Bilingual Spanish-English text.

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Emily Bartlett lives in an old farmhouse in Pitchfork, Oregon at a time when automobiles are brand-new inventions and libraries are a rare luxury. Can Emily use her lively mind to help bring a library to Pitchfork? ReadWriteThink (opens in a new window) offers a persuasive writing lesson plan featuring this book.

Emily’s Runaway Imagination

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Whether they're arguing for a good cause or selling the latest product, give your secondary students all the techniques and tricks they need to be able to write to persuade…


1 | Persuasive techniques slideshow

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This Slideshare presentation offers a great introduction to persuasive writing and its concepts and terms for students.

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2 | Write a letter of complaint

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The new GCSE syllabus encourages pupils to craft their writing in order to be imaginative and engaging. However, inspiring pupils to write a lively personal response can be a real challenge.

So, how can we enthuse our young people? Encourage teenagers to do what they do best: complain – albeit in the form of a sophisticated, engaging, witty and highly persuasive protest worthy of a grade 9.

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3 | Persuasion techniques

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This handy little printable PDF is packed with persuasive writing techniques that will serve as a great introduction or reminder for your pupils.

It’s got everything from alliteration to hyperbole, and imperatives to repetition, all wrapped up with succinct descriptions and definitions.

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4 | “Yeah, But, No, But…”

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Is it really a good idea to invite Vicky Pollard into your classroom to help students get to grips with persuasive writing? Steve Duffy thinks he can convince you.

This lesson combines a variety of individual and group tasks designed to get students to explore difficult moral issues, while at the same time developing their understanding of how writers manipulate language and why it is essential to support opinions with evidence.

Students will develop their vocabulary, analyse how speakers use language and different types of evidence to persuade, and create a piece of persuasive writing.

5 | Charlie Chaplin’s  The Great Dictator

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How can Charlie Chaplin help students to become persuasive and voice their emotions?

Here, you will be looking at how it can help students to create a piece of persuasive writing, but it can also be easily adapted for teaching descriptive, narrative and argumentative styles.

6 | Suffragettes and votes

This Votes for Women video and resource pack contains activity ideas including a persuasive letter writing exercise.

Pupils need to write a letter from an imprisoned Suffragette to their sibling, explaining why they are willing to go to prison for their cause. The letters need to be able to convey not only their personal feelings, but also to justify their views in the wider context of the Suffragette movement.

It should also make clear arguments in favour of what they are doing, and the results they hope to gain from it.

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7 | Write and argue

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This PowerPoint resource is in-depth look at how to persuade and argue effectively, using the ‘AFOREST’ list of persuasive techniques: alliteration, facts, opinions, repetition, emotive language , statistics, threes (rule of).

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8 | Influencing world leaders

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This lesson plan was part of a range of free resources produced for Send My Friend to School, the schools activity of the UK Global Campaign for Education, which was asking world leaders to keep their promise to get all children into school.

The main task for students is to write a letter persuading someone with influence to support the rights of all children to get an education.

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Anthony Cockerill, head of English at Boroughbridge High School, has put together ten top ways to improve students’ persuasive writing abilities , including better planning, modelling sequencing and structuring, and opening with an anecdote.

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What is Persuasive Writing?

Persuasive writing, or opinion writing, is a form of nonfiction writing where the writer tries to convince others to believe a certain point or opinion. A strong persuasive essay requires critical thinking, and motivates and convinces the reader that what they are reading is correct. Using a persuasive essay outline template or an opinion writing outline helps writers plan thoughtfully.

What is a Persuasive Writing Template?

A persuasive writing template is a starting point for students as they plan out their persuasive writing essay. Having a layout for their notes and ideas takes away the anxiety of looking at a blank page when trying to organize your thoughts. Also known as a persuasive writing outline template, or a persuasive writing graphic organizer, this type of template generally has a place for a student to define their opinion or thesis on a topic, and then support and elaborate on it with 3-5 key points.

What are Some Examples of Persuasive Writing?

The persuasive essay format that we all know is not the only type of persuasion writing! Check out some other examples below:

  • Television commercials
  • Print advertisements
  • Songs and poems (yes, really!)
  • Newspaper editorials

A famous example of a persuasive essay in the form of a speech is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. ’s “I Have A Dream” speech.

Why are Persuasive Writing Templates Important and How are They Best Used?

A persuasive writing template, also known as a persuasive essay outline, can help students plan their essay by clearly defining their opinion and supporting it with relevant, specific evidence. Persuasive writing and persuasive speaking go hand-in-hand, so these templates can also be used to prepare short persuasive speeches. Whether you are looking for a persuasive letter outline, a persuasive paragraph outline, or something for a longer piece of writing, we have what you are looking for!

How to Start a Persuasive Essay

Getting started is often the most difficult part of the writing process, even when they are given specific writing prompts. Students often have so many thoughts and ideas that they want to jump directly into the writing without planning. We strongly discourage this, and find it extremely important that students understand the need to take the time to plan using graphic organizers. Here is how to start a persuasive essay:

  • Choose a topic that you are passionate and knowledgeable about.
  • Research both sides of this topic, so students learn about the opposing view.
  • Using a persuasive writing graphic organizer, outline your ideas for the introduction, 3-5 paragraphs, and conclusion.
  • Write a first draft. Be sure to consider who your audience and how you are going to appeal to them.
  • Now that you have written your draft, it’s time to move through the writing process .
  • Have fun and write with confidence!

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What is a persuasive writing graphic organizer.

A persuasive writing graphic organizer is a worksheet that helps students plan out their opinion essay. Also known as a persuasive letter template, or a persuasive paper outline, completing this organizer is a crucial step in the writing process.

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A persuasive writing outline template is another term for persuasive writing graphic organizer.

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When we use persuasion in our writing, we are trying to convince someone to believe our thoughts or opinions. The best way to do this is to appeal to the reader through clear and logical truths. The difficulty is realizing how hard you need to push. Some writers can be overly aggressive and scare readers away from their points, others can be too subtle, and their readers will drift off of course. The better understanding that you have of your readers, the easier it is to frame the conversation in such a way that it resonates with them and they will have a great deal of affinity towards the ideas that you present. The worksheets below help students begin to live through their different arguments and begin to position these thoughts at their readers.

Persuasive Writing Worksheets:

The Fundamentals - This is a brainstorming activity all kids should do before writing. We help you examine all the things that go into developing an effective persuasive essay.

Identifying Main Points & Writing Topic Sentences - Work on this one with a partner. Pick a topic, and write a good introductory paragraph. Then, switch papers with a partner. A

Getting Your Audience's Attention - Find the eye catching text. Put a check mark next to the more effective topic sentence. Explain why it is more effective than the other one.

Identifying Elements - Make sure to read the directions a few times. You will need to answer a series of questions along with it.

Effective Attention-Grabbers - An effective persuasive attention‐grabber should be an interesting fact or a short story that is the first sentence(s) in a paragraph. Does this make you want to have some pizza?

Write Your Own Concluding Paragraphs - You are given a topic to just run with. Write a concluding paragraph for each thesis below. Remember to include a call to action, summary of main points, and a statement to get them excited about the topic.

Topic Sentences for Body Paragraphs - Read the introductory paragraph, and create three topic sentences for each body paragraph.

Identifying Qualities of a Good Persuasive Essay - Find a good quality persuasive essay that's at the appropriate reading level for your students.

Brainstorming Persuasive Topic Ideas - In the box, brainstorm several topics that you can take a stand on. Pick your favorite, and write a paragraph and topic sentences for three body paragraphs.

Persuade Your Audience! - Pick one of the topics below, and write a persuasive essay. Be sure to include all the necessary elements of a persuasive essay.

Team Work - Get into groups of 5, and agree on a topic and a stance. Then, taking turns, have each group member write one paragraph of the essay (intro, 3 body, and concluding paragraph). Work together to create a cohesive essay.

Finish the Essay - Have you ever made a birdfeeder with a pinecone and peanut butter or reused a water jug for something?

Taking a Stand! - Write a persuasive introductory paragraph for each question based on your opinion.

Writing an Effective Persuasive Leads - Write a good persuasive lead that includes everything listed above. Make sure that it includes an attention‐ getter (first sentence), a clear statement of where you stand on the issue (pro or con), and a sentence that introduces the topics of the paragraphs for the rest of the paper.

Outlining a Persuasive Essay - The key to a good essay is outlining your main ideas before you begin writing.

How to Write a Persuasive Essay

When we are planning an academic essay with the purpose of convincing the reader that our opinion on the matter is more valid than others, we need to plan the way we present this carefully. Your main goal is to present as much factual evidence in a logical manner to support your argument.

Like any essay you start by planning your three main parts: introduction - body - conclusion. In the introduction you need to grab the reader’s attention this can best be done through the use of an emotional statement or thesis. You will also want to take a stance on an issue in this section. You also need to make sure that you present readers will a balanced argument that takes the opposing stances into consideration. If there is any background information that the reader needs, this is the place to present that to them.

You will then move on to the body of your work. This section requires you to offer as much supporting information as possible. Always defer to using hard facts that can’t really be disputed at all. The focus here should be on steering readers into believing the nature of your argument is fact based. The conclusion is often very simple to write if you are just restating your argument and highlighting all the evidence that followed.

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