CXC English A exam: persuasive essay writing: interactive activity

 CXC English A exam: persuasive essay writing: interactive activity

 

Here is an interactive activity which allows you to practice organizing ideas and sentences to develop a persuasive essay.

This activity gives you the opportunity to practice organizing essay sections, a skill which you will need for the CXC CSEC English A exam.

Please follow the directions carefully to complete the activity

Please feel free to comment and let us know if  you found completing this activity to be helpful in developing your persuasive writing skills.

 

 

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guest shantelle (not verified)
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I'd like to do some activities in this subject

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thnx

thnx

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Enjoyed it

Hi, I really enjoyed the interactive activity :) looking forward for some other activity.

Regards

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Helpful Persuasive Essay

Hi,

Thanks for this wonderful persuasive essay activity that you have posted. Thanks!

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felix (not verified)
That is great

That is great

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Latoya Senior (not verified)
English A

Not bad

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shawn (not verified)
hey

any body wana tell me if they think the english paper will be hard this year

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Re: CXC English A exam: persuasive essay writing: interactive ac

continuous prose is the same ting as writing in 'paragraph form'. All it means is that your writing should be organized into sentences and paragraphs.

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Melissa 29 (not verified)
English

Can someone tell me some more about continuous prose

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continuous prose

It means tht you don't write in note form. you cannot use bullets or dashes in front of your sentences and you cannot write as though you are making an outline for notes. Got it?

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shawn (not verified)
could you tell me a little

could you tell me a little more about the english papers

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