Casey at the Bat by Ernest Thayer - Text Dependent Analysis Argument Writing

Casey at the Bat by Ernest Thayer - Text Dependent Analysis Argument Writing
Casey at the Bat by Ernest Thayer - Text Dependent Analysis Argument Writing
Casey at the Bat by Ernest Thayer - Text Dependent Analysis Argument Writing
Casey at the Bat by Ernest Thayer - Text Dependent Analysis Argument Writing
Casey at the Bat by Ernest Thayer - Text Dependent Analysis Argument Writing
Casey at the Bat by Ernest Thayer - Text Dependent Analysis Argument Writing
Casey at the Bat by Ernest Thayer - Text Dependent Analysis Argument Writing
Casey at the Bat by Ernest Thayer - Text Dependent Analysis Argument Writing
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This Casey at the Bat by Ernest Thayer 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 Argumentative / Argument Essays 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 Essay Prompt

“Literature Based Writing Prompt – Casey at the Bat - To the ancient Greeks, hubris meant extreme pride and ambition so great it often lead to the person’s downfall or failure. Hubris is a character trait that proves the saying, “Pride goeth before a fall”.

Do you believe Casey’s hubris caused his downfall or failure? Write to prove your opinion with specific examples from the text that provide evidence of Casey’s extreme pride. Discuss how his pride led to his eventual strike out and the team’s loss.

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This Casey at the Bat Argumentative / Argument Writing Prompt lesson comes complete with:

Casey at the Bat Lesson Plan which includes:

• Common Core State Standards Indicated on Lesson Plan
• Instructional Focus
• Instructional Procedures for “Casey at the Bat” Writing Lesson
• Objectives/Goals
• Direct Instruction
• Guided Practice
• Enrichment
• Differentiation
• ESE Strategies
• ELL Strategies
• I Can Statement
• Essential Question

Casey at the Bat Student Worksheet includes:

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

Casey at the Bat 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
• How to Write an Argumentative Essay Tutorial
• Checklist slide

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The lessons in the Middle School Text Dependent Analysis Writing Prompts Unit include:

Link- Text Dependent Analysis – A Christmas Carol
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – All I Really Need to Know, I Learned in KindergartenLink- Text Dependent Analysis – All Summer in a DayLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Ant and the GrasshopperLink- Text Dependent Analysis – After Twenty YearsLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Amigo BrothersLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Annabel LeeLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Bud, Not Buddy
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Casey at the BatLink- Text Dependent Analysis – CharlesLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The ChenooLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The CircuitLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Dog of PompeiiLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Duffy’s JacketLink- Text Dependent Analysis – ElevenLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Fire and IceLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Flowers for AlgernonLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Ghost of the LagoonLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Gift of the MagiLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Harlem RenaissanceLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Harlem Night SongLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Harriet Tubman: Conductor on the Underground RailroadLink- Text Dependent Analysis – HatchetLink- Text Dependent Analysis – HolesLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Horse SnakeLink- Text Dependent Analysis – I Like to See It Lap the MilesLink- Text Dependent Analysis – JabberwockyLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The JacketLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Jeremiah’s SongLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Legend of Sleepy HollowLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Life Doesn’t Frighten MeLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Lob’s GirlLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Maniac MageeLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Matthew Henson at the Top of the WorldLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Medicine BagLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Miss AwfulLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Mother to SonLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Names / Nombres
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – No Thought of RewardLink- Text Dependent Analysis – On Turning TenLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The OutsidersLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Paul Revere’s RideLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Phantom TollboothLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Prince and the PauperLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Problem with BulliesLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Red Guards from Red Scarf GirlLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Raymond’s RunLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Rikki Tikki Tavi
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Rules of the Game
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Seventh Grade Prompt 1Link- Text Dependent Analysis – Seventh Grade Prompt 2Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The School PlayLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Should Wild Animals Be Kept as Pets?Link- Text Dependent Analysis – SootfaceLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Space SettlementsLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Still I RiseLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Story of My LifeLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Tell Tale HeartLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Thank You, M’amLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Broken ChainLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Diary of Anne FrankLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Difference a City Year MakesLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Dinner PartyLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Fun They HadLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Giver
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Landlady
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Monkey’s Paw
Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street Prompt 1Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street Prompt 2Link- Text Dependent Analysis – The Most Dangerous GameLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Open WindowLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Ransom of Red ChiefLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Richer, the PoorerLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Sound of ThunderLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Third WishLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The Treasure of Lemon BrownLink- Text Dependent Analysis – The ZooLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Three Skeleton KeyLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Tuck EverlastingLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Tuesday of the Other JuneLink- Text Dependent Analysis – To Build a FireLink- Text Dependent Analysis – WoodsongLink- Text Dependent Analysis – Yeh-Shen: A Cinderella Story

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BUY THE TEXT DEPENDENT ANALYSIS WRITING PROMPTS FULL Unit (83 Complete Lessons listed above) FOR ONLY $35!!!!

Link- TEXT DEPENDENT ANALYSIS WRITING PROMPTS!!!!! 83 LESSONS!!! Middle School

This bundle download has 83 lessons, will save you over 85%, and will give you everything you need for having your students write thorough and complete Text Dependent Analysis Essays and Constructed Responses. You won't have to develop a single Text Evidence Writing prompt or create a single PowerPoint or lesson plan yourself!

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Teaching Duration
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