The Language of Persuasion: become an expert

Jennifer Minter

Chapter 1 focuses on persuasive and reasoning techniques. Chapter 2 introduces students to a range of media texts and their persuasive features. Chapter 3 provides an essay plan and paragraph maps to help students structure their essays. Students will apply the analytical terms they have learnt through the workbook and focus on the main persuasive features as covered in Chapters 1 and 2.

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