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This graphic organizer is used to help students take details from text, such as articles, and incorporate those details in paraphrased and direct quote form into their opinion writing. This is a scaffolded graphic organizer that can be used as training wheels for students who are just learning to us
A Graphic organizer that is meant to help students tease out details from expository text or literature in order to use them appropriately to support a stated opinion.RL.5.1 ~ quote text accuratelyRI.5.1 ~ quote text accurately RI.5.7 ~ use multiple sources to solve a problem or answer a quesitonRI.
You are a turkey writing an article to the local newspaper trying to convince people to eat beef or chicken...NOT TURKEY!! This writing pack is both print and for Google Classroom. A perfect November and Thanksgiving writing piece for Google Classroom or print!This is also available in the Ultimate
This is an extensive fact and opinion packet to help students learn fact and opinion. There are a variety of difficulties, worksheets, and formats included to distinguish fact and opinion. Download Preview FilePlease view the preview file prior to purchasing so there are no surprises. Ensure that
Paired Texts with Writing Prompts: This resource contains 4 paired texts and four matching writing prompts. #1: 2 reading passages related to Annie OakleyPrompt: Adults often give young people advice based on lessons they have learned from their own life experiences. If Annie Oakley was alive today,
In this three-week long writing unit, students will formulate an argument and effectively use evidence to support their reasoning. This experience gives them the opportunity to practice these important skills using familiar and entertaining texts.Your Students Will Learn To:take a writing piece from
In light of the debate over Columbus Day, use this resource to get your students thinking about their side on the issue of whether Columbus Day should be changed to Indigenous People's Day or not. Included in this product is an article to introduce students to this argument, a summarizing activity a
Eddie the Elf (one of Santa’s hardest-working elves), is trying get Santa to stop the production of ALL electronic toys, video games, and computers at the North Pole. Eddie has been explaining to Santa that kids should receive toys that have them up and moving, not sitting around, being a bump on a
Sea World and other marine parks have come into the spotlight over the last couple of years. Students are told that they are going to write an essay about their thoughts and opinions on the topic of animal captivity in zoos and aquariums.There is an article included that gives information about anim
This resource provides students multiple opportunities to strengthen their reading comprehension with a variety of texts while encouraging critical thinking and responding to text dependent questions! This resource is perfect addition to your Guided Reading rotations or Reader's Workshop.Responding
Students are told that they are seeing a problem in their community of throwing out electronics, instead of recycling. Based on this information, students are asked to write a letter to their local newspaper describing the problem and persuading other to begin recycling instead.An article about E-wa
Students and teachers across the planet have pets within their classrooms. Some teachers say the pets are for educational purposes, while others suggest that these pets help build responsibility in their students. A whole other group of teachers and students believe that classroom pets are simply a
Students will first find out what a claim is, then read two articles about banned books. Should books be banned in schools and libraries or not? This is also perfect for banned books week!Students will then use the graphic organizer provided to write down notes on why some think books should (or sho
Students will first find out what a claim is, then read information about the current Washington Redskins Controversy. Should the team name be changed, as the Oneida Nation wishes OR should it remain the Redskins, as it has been for the last 81 years?This is a VERY important topic and we need to tea
Response to Literature Graphic Organizers • Emphasis on citing evidence to support opinion. • Includes both 5 paragraph and 3 paragraph versions. • Sentence frame versions included, as well as blank versions. ****Includes multiple sentence frames for students to choose from for each paragraph with
This article is on the topic of changes to the school year. I wrote this, as I thought kids would be supper engaged in discussion about this topic, as I’m sure they will have some very STRONG feelings! I’ve been working with my kids on close reading, so the color by comprehension on the right side
These graphic organizers are designed to support students when writing opinion paragraphs based on a text. Students can brainstorm, organize their reasons, and cite evidence from the text that supports their opinions. Two graphic organizers are available. The first is more basic and used for a singl
How should Thanksgiving be taught to young students? Should little kids be dressing up as Pilgrims and Native Americans? What was the REAL first Thanksgiving really like? Was it as peachy as the picture most students are taught about? In this writing project, students investigate this topic using in
In the 2014-2015 NFL season, the New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady was accused of deflating footballs which were used in a playoff game, therefore giving the team an unfair advantage. Some say he was wrongfully accused, while others say that his punishment was deserved.Kids are asked to re
Persuasive & Opinion Essay Graphic Organizer • Emphasis on citing evidence to support position, opinion, or reason. • Includes both 5 paragraph and 3 paragraph versions. • Sentence frames included. These graphic organizers were designed to incorporate the Common Core Standards’ emphasis on te
This activity is perfect for 21st century classrooms and will get your students excited and engaged as they practice opinion writing and using evidence from the text to support their answers. The digital lesson format has everything your students will need in one place and is perfect for classrooms
Eddie the Elf (one of Santa’s hardest-working elves), is trying get Santa to stop the production of ALL electronic toys, video games, and computers at the North Pole. Eddie has been explaining to Santa that kids should receive toys that have them up and moving, not sitting around, being a bump on a
This activity is designed to deepen students' understanding of an author's opinion or point of view on a certain topic. An author's opinion can shine through his or her writing. As readers, we can gain a good understanding of how an author feels about certain topics from the themes that they include
Language Program is divided into 6 cycles per year about 1.5 months per cycle. Each cycle/unit plan combines areas of Language curriculum: reading, writing, oral, media. Cycles include lessons with descriptions of lesson that can be done to teach in literacy block. The units link to either Science o
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