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End of Year Activity: Write a Game Review
An end of year writing activity puts the power of persuasion into your student's hands. A great activity for the end of the year. Students will write a review for an online game of their choice from a list of commonly approved school game sites. A Game At-A-Glance card on which students rate the gam
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Extra bonus: Boom Cards ELA digital task cards! Quickly convince students to love persuasive writing with this unit focusing on text features, mentor texts and graphic organizers to connect writing skills with texts. Common Core Standards and New ELAR TEKS aligned. Using a popular picture book, this
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Research a State- Plan a Road Trip!
Updated in 2015! Do you need something fun to do at the end of the year? Have your students select a state to research. This packet includes a research packet, three reporting pages, and a fun Travel Agency activity. page 2- directions pages 3-4- research pages page 5- Student directions page 6-

Also included in: Research All Year Bundle

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Best of Commencement Addresses
Some of the most interesting, inspirational, humorous and memorable informational and persuasive texts are commencement addresses. This set of activities allows students to view, read and evaluate some famous contemporary and classic commencement speeches and practice note-taking skills and write an
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70 High-Interest Persuasive Essay and Research Paper Topics
Each of these topics comes in the form of a question that students can react to immediately; hence they make excellent prompts for on-demand, in-class, timed essays. At the same time, any of them could be used as a springboard for a fully developed research paper, one requiring time spent exploring-
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Nonfiction Articles
This is a weekly article I give to students. They must read the article, provide notes and details, and answer the questions. Questions are based off reading SOL/CC questions. These articles help students grow accustomed to reading newspaper articles, practice expository vs persuasive paragraphs, an
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Prezi - Aristotle's Argumentation Rhetoric: Ethos, Pathos, Logos
Prezi presentations are a fantastic replacement for or addition to Powerpoints and other more standard presentation material in the classroom. The fluidity or "zooming" nature of these presentations appeal to students sense of novelty, and I have often had literal "oo"s and "ahh"s coming from my st
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Boom Cards: Practice Using Transition Words
Transition words can help make our writing more exciting and clearer. This Boom Card Learning resource is a fun way to practice using transition words. Brief descriptions are given for each type of transition word that is included (time, location, persuasion, or cause and effect). Students will co
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