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Writing A Persuasive Letter Poster

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 1 page | Years: 5 - 6

A poster showing students how to lay out a persuasive letter.

This educational poster highlights the different parts of a persuasive letter and gives students a visual reference when planning and writing letters.

  1. Heading – Your name and address.

  2. Date – The date you wrote your letter on.

  3. Greeting – Your hello.

  4. Opinion – Clearly state why you are writing.

  5. Reasons – Back up your opinion with reasons and facts.

  6. Solution – Offer a solution.

  7. Closing – Use a strong statement to end your letter.

  8. Signature – Sign your name.

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  • Jodie Russell
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    Could you do one on a different topic that doesn't involve weight, there are children in my class that have issues with their weight and wanting to lose it constantly. One on a different topic would be helpful - thank yo u

    • Bronwyn
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      Hi there, Jodie. Thanks for your feedback! Please feel free to add this under the change suggestion tab so that you'll be notified of any updates.

  • Katie McLaughlin
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    The signature on this resource has a different name to the one written at the top of the letter. I want to print and display in my classroom but this error is making me anxious! ;)

    • Jill (Teach Starter)
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      Thank you for bringing that error to our attention Katie. We have fixed the signature now. Kind regards Jill