A worksheet to help teach students the author’s craft of using personal pronouns in persuasive text.
Authors often use personal pronouns when writing persuasive text to make the reader believe they are speaking directly to them. It draws the reader into the text and makes them immediately feel involved.
Use this resource when explicitly teaching your students about the craft of using personal pronouns to draw the reader in.
Due to the nature of the questions, an answer key has not been provided.