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What is identifying supporting points of an effective persuasive essay ?
Weegy: A persuasive essay is written to make others agree to your views and ideas. Hence the first step is to identify your main idea or point of view. Your purpose will be to make your readers agree this point of view. [ [ Identifying the audience is the next step. To write an effective persuasive essay topic you should know the pulse of your audience. See whether the readers are undecided about the issue. At times the readers can be hostile towards your point of view. Only if you understand your audience and their attitude fully well you can frame the strongest supporting points for your persuasion. You can place evidence in the form of events, incidents, examples, quotations etc to prove your case. Also find the most significant opposing view of your opponents. Explain it and then refute strongly so as to strengthen the credibility and scope of your essay. The effectiveness of your persuasive essay writing depends on how you organize it. Your introduction should be catchy enough to capture the reader's attention and provide the necessary background information regarding the topic. A clear statement of your main idea or point of view should be there at the end of the paragraph. The ensuing paragraphs should present the points supporting your main idea. One relevant point should be elaborated in one paragraph. Also provide ample proof to support each point. After presenting the supporting points, write one paragraph to explain accurately and refute the most important opposing view. While refuting the opposing view show in-depth knowledge regarding the opposing views so that you can counter it effectively. Give utmost priority while writing the conclusion. You have to restate your main idea creatively along with your supporting points. Your concluding paragraph should leave your audience connected to your topic. At the same time they should be persuaded by you point of view or perspective. ] ] (More)
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