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Reading Comprehension Skills – Mini-Unit BUNDLESave with this bundle of Reading Comprehension Skills Mini-Units --- Drawing Conclusions, Author’s Purpose and Fact and Opinion.Or...save even MORE with the MEGA BUNDLE of 9 Reading Comprehension Skills Mini-Units or the ULTIMATE BUNDLE of 12 Mini-Units
This Common Core mentor text writing unit teaches student 6 different ways to write conclusions and end their writing with variety. Each way is detailed out in a week long sequence that has students connect topic/story to concluding sentence and practice writing each type. Each way also has 3 ment
This is a 31-slide PowerPoint presentation introducing strategies for writing introductions and conclusions for essays. The presentation includes: 1) an overview of introductions and conclusions; 2) an overview of several different types of hooks (with examples); 3) independent practice identifyin
This Opinion Introduction Writing Lesson will have your students writing great introductions in no time. These resources will help prepare your students for FSA writing and almost any other state test. Included in this resource are student pages that will allow your students to follow along wi
Common Core Writing Standard W.3.1 : Write an opinion on topics or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons. Provide reasons that support the opinion. This printable exercise offers students in Grades 3-5 the opportunity to read a variety of short paragraphs/situations. Students then write a
This Opinion Conclusion Writing Lesson will have your students writing great conclusions in no time. These resources will help prepare your students for FSA writing and almost any other state test. Included in this resource are student pages that will allow your students to follow along with the Pow
This presentation consists of 66 slides which clearly delineate definitions of logic and fallacies using a variety of real-world scenarios (advertising, speeches, situations). The presentation includes an Opposing Viewpoint Chart, types of communication (discussion, disagreement, argument), objectiv
In this packet you will find four quick and easy steps for your students to follow to complete the final paragraph of their opinion essay. This packet has fun posters to remind students of the steps and promote independent writing. This packet also includes a student-friendly checklist students ca
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This worksheet (10 pages) accompanies a presentation consisting of 66 slides which clearly delineate definitions of logic and fallacies using a variety of real-world scenarios (advertising, speeches, situations). Answers are in the accompanying PowerPoint presentation (available separately). The pre
Opinion writing is one of the three areas that 4th graders work on under the Common Core. The CCSS specifically states that students "Provide a concluding statement or section related to the opinion presented." CCSS 4.W.1d If your students are anything like mine, they need some practice writing str
My third graders are having trouble writing complex introduction and conclusion paragraphs in their opinion writing. I created this graphic organizer to help them plan out each part and make a "juicier" paragraph! Hope this helps your classes too! I also added a page for them to plan their reasons w
Use these opinion writing conclusions to teach your students the difference between strong and weak conclusions. There are 5 different conclusions, each written on it's own page.
What's Included:Are your students struggling with their conclusions in their opinion writing essays? Use this worksheet so students can practice restating various opinions. Students will use the conclusion transitions that are provided to help write their reasons. After completing this activity, stu
Step-by-Step Writing Process: Opinion Essay: The Conclusion (Packet, Pear Deck, and PowerPoint)As a teacher, I have always struggled to find writing units that provide both enough structure and enough freedom for every student in my class. I designed a writing unit that students can even complete on
TOP SCORE WRITING 4th Grade Lesson 66 - Conclusion ("C") Paragraph (Opinion)This lesson teaches how to write a conclusion ("C") paragraph for the opinion essay. This lesson includes passages.
This product includes instructions for how to create a conclusion for opinion writing, an example of a good conclusion that students can underline and find the parts of the conclusion. It also includes a movement game that has students determining between a strong and weak conclusion. This has works
This bundle includes a paper copy and a google slides copy of the step by step process for creating a conclusion for opinion writing. It includes how to create a conclusion, the use of transition words, an example to determine all the parts of a good conclusion, and a strong vs. weak game to get stu
Rubric to help students write conclusions for opinion essays. Categories make expectations clear to students. Self assessment and peer assessment help make students accountable and revise to improve their writing. I have seen incredible peer talk and collaboration using this resource! Students act
Opinion Writing Paper! This product includes:2 cover optionstable of contents pageintroduction page2 page options with half picture/lines (page numbers)2 page options with full lines (page numbers)conclusion page-PDF format, easy to use and print-High quality lines, 330 dpiMy school uses Lucy Calkin
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Chocolate Milk Argument - A Common Core Aligned Opinion Writing Unit - Write a Concluding Statement includes everything you need to teach Argument Writing to your students. This detailed lesson takes you through, step by step, how to write a concluding statement for an essay discussing whether or
This text template will have the student complete the opinion text by writing their own conclusion. The students have to use the information from the text and the structure of the opinion text to write an appropriate conclusion.
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TOP SCORE WRITING 5th Grade Lesson 66 - Conclusion ("C") Paragraph (Opinion)This lesson teaches how to write a conclusion ("C") paragraph for the expository essay. This lesson includes passages.
This product includes google slides that describe how to create a conclusion for opinion writing. This product also includes a movement game with strong and weak conclusion sort!
This is a graphic organizer with example sentences to help students write a strong conclusion for opinion writing. Writing a Powerful Conclusion for Opinion Writing 1. Use concluding transitional words / phrases. 2. Restate your thesis in different words3. Re-state your main reasons for writing.4. M

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