Persuasive Writing ~ Should We Raise the Titanic?

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Photograph by Emory Kristof

An intact glass pane from the window of Captain Edward J. Smith’s cabin hangs open on the Titanic, which lies two and a half miles (four kilometers) beneath the North Atlantic Ocean.  For more photographs of the Titanic, click here.

Click on Continue Reading to read the final drafts of our persuasive writing piece.

  • Adina – missing assignment
  • Anel – missing assignment
  • Angela argues against raising the Titanic.
  • Anthony argues in favor of raising the ship but against disturbing personal items.
  • Bryan G. – missing assignment
  • Bryan V. argues against raising the Titanic.
  • Daisy argues against raising the Titanic.
  • David argues in favor of raising the ship but against disturbing personal items.
  • Bryzza argues against raising the Titanic.
  • Getsemani argues in favor of raising the Titanic.
  • Itcia – missing assignment
  • Ivan – missing assignment
  • Jasmine argues in favor of raising the Titanic.
  • Jessica L. argues in favor of raising it but against disturbing passengers’ personal items.
  • Jessica S. argues in favor of raising the Titanic.
  • Jessie argues in favor of raising it but against disturbing passengers’ personal items.
  • Joanna argues in favor of raising the Titanic.
  • Jocelyn argues against raising the Titanic.
  • Joselinn argues against raising the Titanic.
  • Joseph argues in favor of raising the Titanic.
  • Joshua – missing assignment
  • Karina D. – missing assignment
  • Karina R. argues in favor of raising the Titanic.
  • Kevin argues against raising the Titanic.
  • Leticia argues in favor of raising the Titanic.
  • Lizbeth argues in favor of raising the Titanic.
  • Malitzi argues against raising the Titanic.
  • Marco argues against raising the Titanic.
  • Marjorie argues in favor of raising the Titanic.
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