Heroes: Opinion Writing with Vocabulary and Research Components

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The Hero Opinion Writing is a writing unit that can be used for teaching opinion writing, a common core standard. It can also be used with the social studies unit on People Who Make a Difference.
For this writing, students learn to identify characteristics of a hero, who can be a hero, notable heroes in history, and utilize their learning in writing a personal opinions about an everyday hero and a hero in history. There are additional ideas for publishing and fun activities/craftivities.
Contents include:
* Step-by-step lessons for teaching opinion writing
* Hero Writing Organizer
* Hero Mind maps- blanks and an example of completed map
* Hero Characteristics printable
* 2 printables of characteristics vocabulary with definitions
* Fact and Opinion suggested lesson, examples, sentence starters
* Hero Recipe Card activity and 2 recipe card options
* Hero Class Book cover
* Pictures of completed hero characters and blank hero characters
* Hero Writing paper form
High Resolution for excellent print quality – 300 dpi resolution
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Graphics: ScrappinDoodles
Total Pages
26
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
2 Weeks

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Heroes: Opinion Writing  with Vocabulary and Research Components
Heroes: Opinion Writing  with Vocabulary and Research Components
Heroes: Opinion Writing  with Vocabulary and Research Components
Heroes: Opinion Writing  with Vocabulary and Research Components