In order to write a quality persuasive essay that incorporates critical thinking, you must include a mixture of informative, explanatory, and persuasive statements because to persuade someone you must:
a) Inform them about the topic
b) Explain your argument
c) Persuade your audience to your point of view.
1. Use the table below to do the following:
a) Choose a concept and write an informative statement, an explanatory statement, and a persuasive statement for the concept in the appropriate boxes. An example has been completed for you in red.
b) In part b of the table, select a concept from the draft of your persuasive essay and provide an example of one informative statement, one explanatory statement, and one persuasive statement based on the concept you chose.
c) As discussed in the module lecture, language is intertwined with critical thinking. In part c of the table, in 200-250 words explain the relationship between informative, explanatory, and persuasive statements and critical thinking.
(Just the facts) Explanatory:
(Description of the facts) Persuasive:
(Position on the facts)
Baseball is a sport involving 9 players positioned in various places on a field, who are attempting to keep the other team from advancing bases.
There are many ways to score runs in baseball. The most efficient way is for your team to get a series of base hits eventually bringing runners home. In order to do this, players must have good hitting ability, running ability, and judgment.
Quality pitchers are more important than power hitters, because keeping runs off the board could give the pitcher’s team more opportunity to win. Teams that have better pitchers almost always end up being the better team.
Part A: Concept of your Choice
Part B: Concept selected from your persuasive essay
Part C: In 200-250 words explain the relationship between informative, explanatory, and persuasive statements and critical thinking