Argumentative Writing Prompt - Should There Be Consequences for Cheating?

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Teaching argumentative writing can be hard, but this in-depth writing prompt lesson guides students through a step-by-step process of writing a 5-paragraph (or more) essay. All aspects of argument writing are covered in this resource: brainstorming ideas, developing a thesis statement, introducing supporting evidence, writing hooks and leads, and incorporating the 6 Traits of Writing™.

The video, slide show, graphic organizer, worksheets, and rubric allow students to practice and develop their argumentative writing skills. The detailed lesson plans make implementing argument writing easy for teachers.

The lesson can be used in class, assigned for distance learning, or given as independent student work. The instructional video with writing tutorial can also be presented as whole class instruction or assigned for students to complete at home.

Each resource listed below is included in Google Drive™ and print format.

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This Argumentative / Argument Writing Prompt lesson includes:

Entertaining Instructional Video with:

  • Description of Argumentative Essay
  • Requirements of Argumentative Writing
  • Brainstorming Ideas
  • Prompt Identification and Comprehension
  • Thesis Statement Development
  • Rubric Explanation
  • How to Write an Argumentative Essay Tutorial

Detailed Lesson Plan with:

  • 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

Argumentative Writing Prompt Student Worksheets with:

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

PowerPoint Presentation with:

  • 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
  • How to Write an Argumentative Essay Tutorial Slides
  • Checklist slide

Argumentative Essay Rubric

Argumentative Essay Graphic Organizer

Google Slides

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The lessons in the Middle School Argumentative Writing Prompts Unit 2 include:

Is Bullying a Problem in Schools?

Should Students Face Severe Consequences for Cheating?

Are Students Addicted to Their Phones?

Should Teens Help Protect the Environment?

Does the Media Influence People's Opinions?

Does Standardized Testing Take Up Too Much School Time?

Is Too Much Technology Dangerous?

Should Violence on TV Programs Intended for Children Be Banned?

Is Group Work in School Unfair?

Is Remote Learning More Effective?

Should Teens Become More Politically and Socially Active?

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22 Slides (PowerPoint Presentation), Lesson Plan 3 Pages, Student Worksheet 6 Pages
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Write arguments to support claims with clear reasons and relevant evidence.
Introduce claim(s) and organize the reasons and evidence clearly.
Support claim(s) with clear reasons and relevant evidence, using credible sources and demonstrating an understanding of the topic or text.
Use words, phrases, and clauses to clarify the relationships among claim(s) and reasons.
Establish and maintain a formal style.

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