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Take your Civics, Current Issues, Environmental Science, or English class to the next level with this authentic research and essay writing project by guiding your students to gain the confidence of engaging their civic voice with their larger community! Cultivating great writing skills isn’t hard. Y
Ensure your Civics or US History students are citizen-ready before they leave your classroom by passing the Naturalization (Citizenship) Test, and also researching, writing, and submitting an Op-Ed Essay answering, "Should American high schoolers be required to pass the Naturalization Test to gradua
In this customizable multi-week to a semester-long unit, task your students with writing up to three essays of their choosing: college admissions personal statements, scholarship essays, sponsored essay contests, research argumentative position papers essay contests, or civic-engaging op-ed essays.
This is a one-page handout for a writing assignment that can be used for creative writing or journalism class. The assignment is for students to write a 2-3 page op-ed piece on the subject of their choice, as long as the subject has an impact on the public. Topics should be relevant, and the issue s
This worksheet is a versatile one that can be used with multiple ELA grade levels. You can assign it as homework or use it as an in-class activity. To complete this assignment, students will need to select an editorial piece. This can be online or in print - as long as it is from a current news sour
This lesson aims to teach students how to write an opinionated piece. Students will receive numerous articles, activities, videos and a powerpoint presentation to consolidate their understanding. The lesson focuses on the following questions: What is the difference between a fact and an opinion? Wha
In the Dark podcast is the perfect informational text to pair with an op-ed writing assignment because students always have such strong opinions about the topics discussed on the podcast. The podcast focuses on the trials of Curtis Flowers, the alleged murderer of four Tardy Furniture employees in J
In this project, students select a prominent, current op-ed columnist whose views on contemporary issues they find engaging. Students then color-code and annotate 3 of their chosen writer's columns, analyzing the writer's rhetorical choices. Finally, students synthesize information from their annota
Grades:
10th - 12th, Higher Education
BEST SELLER!These opinion piece Writing Prompts are perfect for the budding writer inside each of your students! Just print and you have weekly writing prompts for the entire year!THIS PRODUCT INCLUDES:A different writing prompt for each weekHere's a sneak peek at some topics: - "I think that
Op-Eds work well in an AP Language and Comp class. This assignment allows students to look at a shorter argument and comment on the editorial using a guideline of aspects that will help with style/argument analysis. The students are asked to note the strategies employed by the writer. How does he/
Grades:
11th - 12th
Looking for an engaging non-fiction text to teach literacy skills? Need your students to practice finding the main idea and recognizing supporting details in an engaging way? Students will read and annotate Jay-Z's most recent NYT Op-Ed called "The Prison System Stalks Black People Like Meek Mill."
Do you want your students to practice argument writing, but have a real-world audience for their work? The resources in this bundle will allow your students to do just that by writing an op-ed essay. In this project, students first select, read, and evaluate an op-ed of their choosing. Then, they br
Grades:
9th - 12th
It is important that students understand different text types in the 21st century, and for them to realize that they, too, can have a voice in our world, especially with Op-Ed articles. This lesson plan has students explore different media specifically looking at Editorials and Op-Ed articles. Steps
Grades:
9th - 12th
This worksheet helps students plan out an op-ed argument essay. After asking them to broadly define their topic, the worksheet walks students step-by-step through what should belong in each paragraph of the op-ed, and gives them space to plan out their ideas. The material is provided in a Word docum
Grades:
9th - 12th

Also included in: Op-Ed Project

Want to assign your students a project to write an op-ed? This one-pager has an assignment task and complete rubric for an op-ed argument essay. The material is provided in a Word document so it is fully customizable (you can change the task, word count requirements, etc. to fit your students' speci
Grades:
9th - 12th

Also included in: Op-Ed Project

This assignment guides students through a close reading of Kareem Abdul-Jabar's Op/Ed piece written in response to the protests after the death of George Floyd.
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11th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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Unfortunately, school shootings have dominated the media in recent years, making students, parents, and teachers alike anxious about school safety. Students desperately need a safe space to talk through these anxieties, research solutions, and articulate their opinions to an authentic audience. Help
Grades:
8th - 12th, Higher Education
In this unit plan, teachers in a Journalism class educate their students on the op-ed section of a newspaper. This can also be used in a general English Language Arts class or in a Social Studies class that has a unit focusing on the effects of opinion writing on society. This unit is based on 90-mi
Grades:
9th - 12th
This is a Google Slides presentation where you as the teacher have the ability to push out the slide deck to your students. Students will manipulate letters and word families, by dragging and dropping, to create words and match a correct picture. It is a great resource for beginning readers and also
Have your students written an op-ed, letter to the editor, or some other type of writing that can be published? Do you want them to have a real-world audience for their work? This worksheets guides students through the process of selecting a best-fit publication for their writing, finding an editor
Grades:
9th - 12th

Also included in: Op-Ed Project

This worksheet helps introduce students to op-ed argument writing by asking them to read and evaluate an op-ed (student-choice) for audience and purpose as well as strengths and weaknesses. The material is provided in a Word document so it is fully customizable.
Grades:
9th - 12th

Also included in: Op-Ed Project

This is an assignment I used in AP Government that asks the students to pick a reform needed with the Constitution and write an OpEd piece about it. It is good for developing argument writing.
ATTN BUDDING AUTHORS!We created writing prompts for kids to help parents and teachers spark the imaginations of young writers everywhere! These writing prompts are perfect as weekly journal entries, handwriting practice, or just for fun!____________________________________________________________
ATTN BUDDING AUTHORS!We created writing prompts for kids to help parents and teachers spark the imaginations of young writers everywhere! These writing prompts are perfect as weekly journal entries, handwriting practice, or just for fun!____________________________________________________________

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