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Stating Facts: Objective and Persuasive Approaches

This lesson is designed to cover how to distinguish legally relevant facts, contextually relevant facts, and nonrelevant facts; plus, how to use each of those types of facts. It is also designed to cover beginning and organizing a statement of facts, writing facts briefly and readably, stating facts objectively, and stating facts persuasively.

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the lesson, the student will be able to:

  1. Explain what a legally relevant fact is.
  2. Demonstrate how to write a fact statement.
  3. List three persuasive techniques used in writing.
  4. Describe two types of parallelism.
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