In this 65 Minute Lesson
students will master core standards CCSS standards 8. 18 C, 8. 1
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Students will write catching introductions for a rhetorical
Open class with a suggested hook
where students begin to write strong opening arguments – just as Malala did in her introduction at the UN.
Find a clear guide to model introduction and body paragraph writing Definitions, and examples for terms such as BODY PARAGRAPH are provided
, and times are suggested for each active learning task.
Included are the key points:
1. Introductory paragraphs
that catch audience attention.
2. Opening claims
that relate to what students will defend in their speech.
3. Right brain writing
left brain revising using train metaphor and poster.
4. Unique approaches
that provide direction for student speeches.
Collaborative tasks are included:
In groups of 3
students exchange questions related to their peer’s opening lines to advance additional insights that may interest an audience.
Guided by individual tasks provided
, students will complete an introduction and 1 body paragraph for their rhetorical speech, much like Malala did in her UN speech.
Students will reflect on specific writing contributions and takeaways – by completing an exit slip as a ticket to leave class Hopefully these brain based materials
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