This informative essay outline, guide, and rubric will help students develop a well written essay that includes a thesis, details that support their thesis, a creative introduction, and a thought provoking conclusion.
This guide is a great tool to use to model essay writing with students and a great place for students to organize their thoughts.
Included in this downloadable PDF are:
A guide that explains all the different parts of an essay
A 5 page outline
A checklist for self and peer editing
A rubric aligned with the CCSS
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