When writing to argue, persuade and advise, you are putting forward your view to the reader. Each purpose has different techniques.
What is the term used to describe little stories that will be used to make the reader feel sympathy or to illustrate a point?
What is the term used to describe positive or negative words that are deliberately designed to make a reader have strong feelings?
What is the term used to describe a writer being very over the top?
What term is used to describe when a writer tries to make funny points, maybe even ridiculous ones, to help suggest he/she is right?
What is the term used to describe when a writer will use words such as, 'I' or 'we' or 'you' to seem to 'talk directly' to the reader?
What is the name for the types of questions that appear in writing that aren't dialogue?
What is the term used to describe numbers that show evidence for something and provide convincing information?
What is the term used to describe when a writer brings in some information from another person, sometimes an expert, or from another article and states directly what they have said?
What is the term used to describe where a writer will show the differences in viewpoints or idea: ie "Some people may think this, but that is ridiculous because..."?
What is the term used to when writers use three phrases or describing words in a row to emphasise a point, ie "it's great, it's brilliant, it's amazing!"
Cluster of three/Lists of three