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- Reach each you teach with these persuasive writing lesson plans. Whether you're scaffolding up for high flyers, down for those who need more support, or differentiating across the board, this resource is for you! Kids choose a book character then try to get others to vote for them. Some members of t$8.00$10.00Save $2.00
- Nine opinion and persuasive prompts provide plenty of practice. Each argumentative writing resource includes lesson plans, graphic organizers, editing checklists, and rubrics. To support classroom, hybrid, and distance learning, materials are included as a printable PDF and shareable Easel Activitie$35.00$50.00Save $15.00
In this writing activity, third or fourth grade students persuade others to vote for a book character. Specially designed sheets help them organize, choose specific words, elaborate, vary sentences, and employ transitional terms. Watch as their opinion essays begin to shine! If you want to have more fun with it, hold a class election.
As an alternative, kids can compose argumentative texts as book reports or in conjunction with National Library Week.
To support classroom, hybrid, and distance learning, pages for this piece may be printed, accessed as forced Google Slides, or shared as Easel Activities (which have been customized for you).
Created by master teacher Brenda Kovich, this prompt is classroom tested and kid approved. It is differentiated for three levels of writers.
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I'm committed to continual improvement. This resource was updated and enhanced on December 14, 2020.