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Op-Ed Essay Research Project PBL
Take your American Government or Civics, Current Issues, U.S. History, 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

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Journalism 15 Lesson Packet Elements of News Stories, Op Eds, Interviewing
This is a Journalism packet with 15 different lessons. Here is what is in this packet: 1. Interviewing log 2. Freedom of the Press Worksheet 3. News or Story Worksheet with Answer Key 4. Writing an Editorial 5. Descriptive Writing Activity 6. In the News Activity 7. News Story Based on News
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AP Lang & Comp Op-Ed Assignment
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/
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Writing an Op-Ed Handout - Editorial opinion piece Creative Writing Journalism
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
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ELA Worksheet - Respond to an Editorial Piece / Op-Ed analysis. Versatile Tool
This worksheet is very general and can be used with multiple ELA grade levels. You can assign it as homework or use it as an in-class activity. Students will need to select an editorial piece. This can be online or in print - as long as it is from a current news source. They will read the opinion pi
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Citizenship Test Kit with Op-Ed Essay Project PBL
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

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Op-Ed Analysis Project (AP Lang./Comp.)
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
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AP Government - Constitutional Reform Op-Ed Assignment
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.
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Death Penalty Op-Ed Activity Persuasive Starter
This is an outstanding op-ed from the LA Times I made into an activity to practice persuasive writing techniques and jump start pre-writing. Great for a sub day or for a classroom discussion!
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Print-and-Go Literacy Skills: Jay-Z NYT Prison System Op-Ed
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."
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Journalism Op-ed (opinion) unit handouts
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
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Write an Opinionated Piece Two Options: Op Ed or Editorial
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
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3-Part Writing Project: College Scholarships Essay Contests and Op-Ed Essays
In this customizable multi-week to 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. Ch
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Exploring Op-Eds AND Creating Editorials and Political Cartoons
This 24-page lesson will allow students to *learn about Op-Ed sections from experts and through exploring Op-Eds on the internet through a group "discovery" lesson *write an editorial using a structured format, reinforcing expository writing skills in a traditional 5 paragraph essay utilizing the 8.
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Immigration Op-Ed Final Assessment
As the final project for our immigration unit, students write an opinion editorial (op-ed) in which they argue a claim about an immigration topic of their choice. They provide evidence mostly gathered throughout our unit and attempt to persuade their readers to accept their claim. Topic choices inc
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Op-Ed Article Assignment (for New York Times' Student Editorial Contest)
This assignment gives students the opportunity to write their own op-ed on a current event of their choice.  I introduce this activity after the Op-Ed Analysis worksheet. I grade the assignment based on the New York Times’ student editorial contest rubric (link on resource.  After grading and peer
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Op-Ed Analysis
Students are introduced to Op-Ed articles through this worksheet.  They carefully analyze an op-ed article by locating the facts and opinions in an article of their choice and reflecting on the author’s audience, methods, and purpose.  I distribute this electronically, which is why the response boxe
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Rhyming puzzle word families: op, ed, all, ake, an, at, oon
This is a rhyming puzzle game made using word document 2010. It has more than one match for each word. All the words in one word family match together like a puzzle. This can be also used as flash cards. I printed this on card stock and laminated it. I made this game because the one at school only h
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Assignment Handout for ELA or Creative Writing - Write an Editorial / Op-Ed
For this assignment, students will think about a current issue on which they have an opinion. They will write their own opinion piece about the issue, and clearly communicate their stance on the issue. They will need to support their stance with fact, data, and/or specific examples. This is handout
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Dam Removal Op-Ed, reading comprehension quiz
This is a fill-in-the-blank style reading comprehension quiz that goes along with the op-ed "Let the River Run Wild" (New York Times, September 7, 2014) by John Waldman, Karin Limburg and Amy Roe. Get rid of those dams!
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Reading Quiz - "No to Keystone. Yes to Crazy" NYT op-ed, 3/9/13
This is a reading quiz on the op-ed piece by Thomas Friedman in the New York Times of March 9, 2013, "No to Keystone. Yes to Crazy" key words - environmental science, ecology, pipeline, biology, oil, energy
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U.S. Imperialism Op-Ed Piece
Students must write an Op-Ed piece discussing thier stance on U.S. Imperialism.
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AP Op-Ed Current Events Assignment
This assignment asks students to read and analyze current op-eds.
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World War I Op-Ed Piece
As a final assignment students must write a for/against op-ed piece on American involvement in WWI.
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