This tool is all you need to guide your students to develop an effective essay about the point of view in any book they are reading.
Included in this downloadable PDF are:
*A guide that explains all the different parts of an essay
*A bookmark that students can use to annotate for point of view during reading
*A 5 page outline
*A checklist for self and peer editing
*A rubric aligned with the CCSS
**Choice is motivating! Give your students the opportunity to choose their essay topic. Other Informative Essay topics available at my store:
Essay on Conflict-CCSS ELA Informative Aligned
Essay on Theme-CCSS ELA Informative Aligned
**Buy the bundle of all 3 Informative Essay Topics
**Prepare students for extended response questions that require evidence. Help students write about their own interpretations of texts in the classroom: BRACES-A Blueprint for On Demand and Essay Writing
**Teach your students to think deeply as they read any novel with Common Core Literature Circles
. Try out The Common Core Discussion Director
** Using interactive notebooks in your classroom? Try out these flip books for fiction and non fiction close reading.
**CITING EVIDENCE GOT YOU AND YOUR STUDENTS DOWN? Take a break from the CORE with:
*120 Writing Prompts NOT Common Core Aligned
*Start with the Freebie
version of my students' favorite 24 prompts here.
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