FCAT Writes Persuasive Practice Prompts by Pndr3u5B

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									FCAT Writes Persuasive Practice Prompt        1

Situation:

The principal of your school does not agree with having students work in groups to do all of their school work.

Directions:

Think about the reasons why students should or should not work in groups to do all of their school work.
Now write to convince your principal whether or not students should work in groups to do all their school work.



FCAT Writes Persuasive Practice Prompt        2

Situation:

Some state legislators believe that schools should not provide Internet access for students.

Directions:

Think about whether schools should provide Internet access for students.
Now write to persuade state legislators whether schools should provide Internet access for students.



FCAT Writes Persuasive Practice Prompt        3

Situation:

The local school board is having trouble coming up with the money to continue sponsoring expensive after-
school activities. The school board wants students to raise the money to pay for clubs and sports.

Directions:

Think about whether students should have to raise the money to provide after-school clubs and sports programs.
Now write to persuade the school board whether or not they should make students fund their own after-school
programs.



FCAT Writes Persuasive Practice Prompt        4

Situation:

Some students begin thinking about dropping out of school after tenth grade. You have a friend who is thinking
about dropping out of school after tenth grade.

Directions:

Before you write, think about why your friend should stay in school.
Now write to convince your friend to stay in school.

								
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