No wishy-washy “eh, I could go either way” stuff allowed.
For example, “The dogs of Portland deserve the same rights and privileges as granted to our youngest humans, such as the right to visit restaurants, ride buses, walk off-leash, and go to the cinema so long as they are accompanied by a responsible human companion.” The exact number of body paragraphs you include will depend on the parameters of your assignment and your topic.
I’ll also set you up with a downloadable outline template that you can use when you are ready to persuade your teacher to give you a better grade in English class this semester.
The goal of a persuasive essay is to convince your readers that your viewpoint is the right viewpoint.
In addition, each persuasive reason you offer should be supported by a fact or an example.
Body Paragraph 1Now that you have outlined your reasons and supporting facts and examples, it’s time to seal the deal in your essay’s conclusion.
Your conclusion should contain the following important components:1. Remind your audience of why this topic is important.
For example, “Dogs all across Portland are being unfairly denied the basic right to accompany their human companions to public places.
I created the above visual outline using the online mind-mapping app at text2mindmap.
It’s a great resource to brainstorm your persuasive essay topic, or create a visual persuasive essay outline.