Assignment (1 page paper) Apply the characteristics of persuasive writing to turn the Literature Review into a persuasive argument. Be sure that: The persuasive argument begins with a strong hook or compelling statement that i

  
Assignment: Writing Persuasively
Consider the differences between the characteristics of a literature review for academic writing and the characteristics of a review of literature for the purposes of crafting a compelling and persuasive need statement.
For this Assignment:

Review this week’s readings. Pay particular attention   to the Persuasive Essay Samples at the Academic Help website as well as   the “Why Academics Have a Hard Time Writing Good Grant Proposals” article.      
Carefully read the Literature Review in the Week 4  Assignment: Writing Persuasively document located in this week’s Learning  Resources. 
Focus on the scenario it describes and consider how the content  in this document would be translated into a persuasive argument. 

Assignment (1 page paper)

Apply the characteristics of persuasive writing to turn the Literature Review into a persuasive argument.
     Be sure that: 

The persuasive argument begins with a strong hook or compelling statement that introduces the topic to the intended audience.
The position taken by the author is clearly evident  throughout. 
Word choice, tone, and points made are designed to  resonate with the intended audience. 
The persuasive argument presents a firm position that is supported by facts and examples from the Literature Review.
An opposing viewpoint is appropriately refuted and supported by facts and examples from the Literature Review.
The persuasive argument culminates with a brief compelling conclusion.

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· Learning Resources 
· Note: To access this week’s required library resources, please click on the link to the Course Readings List, found in the Course Materials section of your Syllabus.
· Required Readings
· Krueger, K. (2009). Seven deadly grant-writing sins. Nonprofit World, 27(6), 8–9. 
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· Note: You will access this article from the Walden Library databases.
· Porter, R. (2007). Why academics have a hard time writing good grant proposals. Journal of Research Administration, 38(2), 37–43.
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· Note: You will access this article from the Walden Library databases.
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· Academic Help. (n.d.). Persuasive essay samples. Retrieved September 29, 2016, from https://academichelp.net/samples/academics/essays/persuasive/
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· Hartshorn, P. (2014). Making your grant proposal persuasive. At the Center, 5(3). Retrieved from http://www.atcmag.com/Issues/ID/155/Making-Your-Grant-Proposal-Persuasive
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· Lohfeld, B. (2012, July 20). 100 words that kill your proposal. Washington Technology. Retrieved from http://washingtontechnology.com/articles/2012/07/20/insights-lohfeld-words-proposal.aspx
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· Document: Week 4 Assignment: Writing Persuasively (Word document)

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