Argument, Persuasion, and Appeals
Introduction
Body and Conclusion
Vocabulary and Miscellaneous
100
Uses facts and evidence to convince a reader of a position

What is Argument Writing?

100

Grabs the reader's attention.

What is a hook?

100

Paragraphs in the middle of the essay that support the main argument

What are body paragraphs?

100

Facts and examples that prove the main argument

What is evidence?

200

Uses emotions and personal opinions to convince a reader

What is persuasion?

200

Your main argument

What is a thesis?

200

Topic sentence, supporting evidence, and concluding sentence.

What are the parts of a body paragraph?

200

According to..., studies report..., research shows...

What are phrases that cite sources?

300

Appeals to the audience's emotions

What is pathos?

300

A fun fact, statistic, or question that begins the essay

What are examples of hooks?

300

Restates your thesis, summarize main points, ends with why the topic is important.

What is a concluding paragraph?

300
A piece of writing that is made up of multiple paragraphs and shares an argument with the reader

What is an argumentative essay?

400

Appeals to logic through facts, statistics, and reasonable examples

What is logos?

400

"I think...because...(reason #1) and (reason #2).

What is the template of a thesis statement?

400

Finally, lastly, to sum things up, in conclusion

What are conclusion words/phrases used in the concluding paragraph?

400

Miss Pereyra's favorite transition word

What is "furthermore"?

500

Appeals to the speakers credibility

What is ethos?

500

Sentence after the hook that gives the reader context for the essay and argument

What is background information?

500

Furthermore, in addition, first, second, next, meanwhile, therefore, besides

What are transition words?

500

Mr. Icanberry's favorite kind of shoe

What are Vans?

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