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This 1984 by George Orwell Argumentative Writing Lesson focuses on Text Dependent Analysis and using Text Evidence as Support to develop a Constructed Response / Essay. The lesson comes complete with a Brainstorming section, a Thesis Statement development component, and an Argumentative Writing Tutorial.

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NO PREP – PRINT AND GO LESSONS FOR TEACHERS!!!!!

INTERACTIVE SLIDES FOR STUDENTS!!!

A great way to learn and teach writing 1984 essay for everyone!!! !!!

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Do your students have trouble writing essays in response to literature? Are you looking for a thorough way to incorporate both standards based and 6 Traits writing in your classroom routine? Here is EVERYTHING you need to start help your students write Literature Based Essays TODAY!

SMARTBoard users will find interactive slides, while PowerPoint users can project the slides onto a regular white board and have the students use regular dry erase pens for brainstorming and thesis statement development.

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This is an Argumentative / Argument Essay Prompt

1984 - We now live in a world where our Internet browsing is monitored, Tweets are scrutinized for subversive thoughts, and personal contact information is sold. Our personal life is no longer private. Technology has brought the world amazing benefits, but at what cost? In the novel, 1984, George Orwell described a dark future where privacy and freedom were only a whisper.

The novel, 1984, directly attacks the idea of freedom. In your opinion, what is freedom and do the characters in this dystopian society still have it? Use specific examples from the book to support your belief.

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This 1984 lesson comes complete with:

1984 Lesson Plan which includes:

• Common Core State Standards Indicated on Lesson Plan
• Instructional Focus
• Instructional Procedures
• Objectives/Goals
• Direct Instruction
• Guided Practice
• Enrichment
• Differentiation
• ESE Strategies
• ELL Strategies
• I Can Statement
• Essential Question

1984 Student Worksheet includes:

• Prompt
• Rubric
• Brainstorming Section
• Thesis Statement Development
• How to Write an Argumentative Essay Tutorial

1984 PowerPoint Presentation includes:

• Introduction slide with prompt (interactive for students to identify key vocabulary)
• Brainstorming slide (interactive for students to list ideas)
• Standard and Implied Thesis Development Slides
• Checklist slide
• How to Write an Argumentative Essay Tutorial

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The lessons in the High School Literature Based Writing Prompts Unit include:


Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – 1984

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – A Christmas Carol

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – A Tale of Two Cities

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – All Quiet on the Western Front

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Animal Farm

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Beowulf

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Brave New World

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Catcher in the Rye

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – The Count of Monte Cristo

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Crime and Punishment

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – The Crucible

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Fahrenheit 451

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Frankenstein

Link-High School - Literature Based Writing Prompt – The Gift of the Magi

Link-High School - Literature Based Writing Prompt – Hamlet

Link-High School - Literature Based Writing Prompt – The House on Mango Street

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Huckleberry Finn

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Julius Caesar

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Lord of the Flies

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Macbeth

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Of Mice and Men

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Othello

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Our Town

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Ozymandias

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Pride and Prejudice

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Pygmalion

Link-High School - Literature Based Writing Prompt – Romeo and Juliet

Link-High School - Literature Based Writing Prompt – Scarlet Letter

Link-High School - Literature Based Writing Prompt – Separate Peace

Link-High School - Literature Based Writing Prompt – Tell-Tale Heart

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – The Difference a City Year Makes

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – The Grapes of Wrath

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – The Great Gatsby

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – The Odyssey

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – The Old Man and the Sea

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – The Raven

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – To Kill a Mockingbird

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Fire and Ice

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Great Expectations

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Mother to Son

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Still I Rise

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – The Giver

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – The Help

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – The Picture of Dorian Gray

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – The Red Badge of Courage

Link-High School – Literature Based Writing Prompt – Things Fall Apart

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16 Slides (PowerPoint Presentation), Lesson Plan 3 pages, Student Worksheet 4
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1984 by George Orwell - Text Dependent Analysis Argumentat
1984 by George Orwell - Text Dependent Analysis Argumentat
1984 by George Orwell - Text Dependent Analysis Argumentat
1984 by George Orwell - Text Dependent Analysis Argumentat