Persuasive writing graphic organizer

Enhance your persuasive writing skills with these effective graphic organizer ideas. Organize your thoughts and arguments in a clear and compelling way to persuade your audience.
Opinion Oreo | will bring in some Oreo cookies as a hook to introduce our opinion ... English, Workshop, Reading, Anchor Charts, Logos, Essay Writing, Inference, 4th Grade Writing, Writing Services

Well, today was the first official day back to school after the longest winter break ever (seriously, 19 days!) with a snow day at the very beginning and then two in a row tacked on at the end. If you are a mid-westerner like myself, you were definitely in the same boat with these frigid wind-chills and mounds of snow. In fact, I had to give my little Honda a pep talk this morning to get through some of those side streets that were still in desperate need of some plowing. "C'mon Hondie, you…

Patti DeVary
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Oreos can make pervasive writing more fun! I came across a graphic organizer titled "OREO" when researching ways to teach facts and opinions. I ended up getting way off track but in the end found a brand new-to-me teaching idea. I decided to try this method with Alyssa (Age 8). It was something different from our regular routine which provided a little more variety to our homeschool day. Prior to using the Oreo Opinion Organizer we watched an OREO powerpoint to introduce the method and…

Lauren Yowell
Free Persuasive Writing Packet - The Annual Creative Donut Contest - Blessed Beyond A Doubt Persuasive Writing, Ideas, 4th Grade Writing, Nonfiction Writing, Creative Writing Exercises, Writing Activities, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills, Writing Rubric

Persuasive writing is a form of nonfiction writing that encourages creative word choice, the development of logical arguments, and a convincing summary. Elementary children can be guided through a series of simple steps in an effort to develop their persuasive writing skills. Practice is the key to successful paragraph

Jennifer Chevalier-Lemieux