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Judge Not

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Poor Persuasive Essay

In this persuasive essay, middle school student writes about the pitfalls of judging others.

Title: Judge Not

Level: Grade 6, Grade 7, Grade 8

Mode: Persuasive Writing

Form: Persuasive Essay

Completed Rubric: Judge Not Rubric

Blank Rubric: Persuasive (Argument) Rubric

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Judge Not

People in this school shouldn’t be so judgementel about others. Too many people judge others by their apperance.

We have a lot of different groups of people in our school, but really, who has the right to judge people by dress or appearance. Everyone is difrent in there own way, and you have to at least talk to people at least three or more times. To have a personal oppion on them. The people who get judged the most in this school are the people who dress weird. To tell you the truth, I don’t think any of them are that bad even though I don’t agree with all the things that they do or say. Then there are the people that just don’t care about anyone in this school, and just come to school because they have to. It’s the law.

I think most of the people who get judged in this school are selectively judged. It’s not based on all of the studients. There shouldn’t select judgement on people anyways, but that’s what it is.

Everyone is entitled to there own oppinon, but I don’t think that should involve picking on someone. It’s all right to have your choices, but don’t pick on, someone for how they dress. That’s just not right.

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