Responding to a Persuasive Prompt
Read the prompt below. Consider your position on the issue. Then respond to the prompt with a well-developed multiparagraph essay. You have 30 minutes to complete this assignment. Your assignment will be graded based on the Persuasive Prompt Grading Rubric. The rubric can be found in your Unit Resources.
For many Americans, going to a summer sleep-away camp as a child is an experience to be treasured well into adulthood. Present and former campers often speak of the experiences and the friendships that resulted from their time at sleep-away camp as some of the most important and meaningful ones of their lives. Critics, however, often view summer sleep-away camps in a very different way, insisting that they are elitist and that the children who are sent there miss out on valuable bonding time with their parents and the friends who live in their hometowns.
Assignment: On the whole, is going to a summer sleep-away camp as a child a positive experience or a negative one? Why? Plan and write a response in which you state your position and persuade readers to agree with you. Support your opinions with reasons and examples drawn from your personal experiences, if you have attended such camps, or your knowledge of the experience of friends and siblings.
I would like this written that camp is a positive experience
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