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Plan Your Writing
Think in paragraphs.
Choose your method of development.
2. Process analysis
3. Division and classification
4. Comparison and analogy
5. Cause and effect
Make an outline.
In Persuasive Writing, Arrange Material to Your Advantage
When writing to a sympathetic audience, take a direct approach.
When writing to an unsympathetic or hostile audience, take an indirect approach.
When delivering bad news, take an indirect approach.
Adapt the standard five-part argument to your purpose and audience.
Strengthen your argument by acknowledging the opposition.
In persuasive correspondence, recognize your reader and offer to take the next step.
Concentrate on Beginnings ...