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Persuasive Writing Handouts - No Prep Printables Persuasive Writing Handouts - No Prep Printables This persuasive writing pack includes a range of worksheets and activities to help support Persuasive Writing Techniques, Narrative Writing Prompts, Essay Writing Skills, Writing Topics, Paragraph Writing, English Writing Skills, Writing Worksheets, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing

Persuasive Writing Handouts - No Prep Printables

***Note*** This resource includes a digital (Google Slides) version. The digital version is intended to be used as a no-print online learning activity for distance learning. See the end page of the resource for the details and the link to access the digital version.**These worksheets are included in...

Spark Student Motivation: Double Stuff Your Paragraphs! Persuasive Writing Examples, Persuasive Letter, Writing Posters, Argumentative Writing, Opinion Writing, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Procedural Writing

Spark Student Motivation: Double Stuff Your Paragraphs!

Today I'm linking up once again with Joanne at Head Over Heels for Teaching for her Spark Student Motivation Saturdays. Want your reluctant writers to give you a well written paragraph? Offer them a sweet treat for "double stuffing" their paragraphs! Currently, we're getting ready to start drafting our research based argumentative essays. These are a persuasive essay but students must also collect research which helps with their claim and any counterclaims. I've found that fifth graders love…

Juice Boxes and Crayolas: Persuasive Writing Boot CampYou can find Persuasive writing and more on our website.Juice Boxes and Crayolas: Persuasive Writing Boot Camp Persuasive Writing Examples, Argumentative Writing, Persuasive Essays, Writing Strategies, Opinion Writing, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Essay Writing, Writing Ideas

Persuasive Writing Boot Camp

It's been awhile since I did a post about Writing Workshop! My kiddos and I spent the month of January knee-deep in persuasive writing. I am incredibly pleased with their improvement over the course of the month, and happy to report that they have turned out some fabulous final products! To start off the unit and hook them in, I gathered the class on the carpet, adopted a very serious tone, and said, 5th graders, I have some very sad news to share with you. Mr. Principal has been thinking…

Teach kids different ways to write an introduction to their opinion papers. You can show them a completed opinion paper that doesn't have a strong introduction, model writing a few different beginnings, and have the class vote to choose one. Expository Writing, Narrative Writing, Informational Writing, Opinion Writing, Academic Writing, Teaching Writing, Sentence Writing, Persuasive Texts, Argumentative Essay

Opinion Writing Lessons for First Grade {1st Grade Writing Workshop Unit 4}

I used this anchor chart to show students concrete examples of introductions for their persuasive pieces! I modeled writing each type of beginning, too. $

Creating a paragraph - puzzle word bank Writing Genres, Persuasive Writing, Writing Words, Teaching Writing, Writing Ideas, Teaching Ideas, Kindness Activities, Writing Activities, Classroom Activities

Amazing idea for Persuasive connectives next year. Imagine it on the roof when they look around the room!

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Better Words For...

I know there are a lot of charts and pages out there that show lists of better words students could use in their writing, but always thought there must be a more visually pleasing way to display them out there somewhere. During my university degree we took a tutorial at Varsity Lakes School (on the Gold Coast, Australia). While there I saw a great (and colourful!) way of displaying better vocabulary for students. I have to apologise for not remembering the teachers name to give kudos but it…