Language arts

What does it mean to organize evidence logically in a persuasive text?

to include a counterargument

to present it in a way that makes sense

to put the least important piece of evidence first

to provide at least three pieces of evidence to support the argument

When deciding how to organize a persuasive text, what should come first in the text?

the most interesting information

the most important arguments

a call to action

an opposing claim

Which claim would be appropriate to address at the local level of civic engagement?

State parks should be open to the public for free for at least one month out of each year.

A pedestrian path should be built to connect the middle school to the public library.

More must be done to reduce pollution in the ocean.

U.S. senators should be restricted to holding office for no more than three terms.

In a persuasive text, how are reasons connected to evidence?

Reasons are used to justify evidence.

Evidence is used to back up reasons.

Reasons are used to explain why evidence might be wrong.

Evidence is used to assert that a reason is true.

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  6. 1. To present it in a way that makes sense.
    2. The most important arguments
    3. A pedestrian path should be built to connect the middle school to the public library.
    4. Evidence is used to back up reasons

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