Nonfiction Writing Strategies Leads and Kickers : Video Lesson

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Writing sophisticated 'leads' and 'kickers' (endings) is a skill that many middle school students struggle with when crafting engaging nonfiction.

This engaging step-by-step video aimed directly at students - models EXACTLY how students can write ENGAGING LEADS that connect to their endings (kickers) for their fiction work. This video expertly explains three lead and kicker techniques (Statistic/startling fact, Anecdote, and rhetorical question). All examples are modeled using short samples of writing.

Use the video as a teaching aid - or simply show the video DIRECTLY to your students, pausing at certain times while your students follow on with the steps given.


ALL SLIDES shown in the video are offered as supplementary material FREE with this video.

Video Lessons - are worth the investment. Have your best lessons prepackaged in a plug and play format - perfect if students are absent or for substitute teachers.

Simply sit back and let this video do your teaching. I will be adding dozens of teaching videos similar to this one that uses this same approach to lesson delivery.
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