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Opinion Writing

Katie Roltgen
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Opinion Writing:
This resource provides a guided introduction to opinion writing for your young writers! This resource includes two different options: One style with two choices for students to choose from, and one style that is more open-ended.

I updated this resource on 2/15/2017 to include versions of all of the pages without the sentence starter. This will allow for greater differentiation. Thanks!

What's included:

1) 17 "This or That" opinion writing pages (available in two handwriting line styles)
2) 14 prompted opinion writing pages (available in two handwriting line styles)
3) 2 blank templates (available in two handwriting line styles)
4) 17 picture pages that accompany the "This or That" pages
*The "This or That" and Prompted Opinion Writing Pages are also available in a format without the sentence starter to allow for a more advanced writing option.*

Please look at the preview file for a free sample!

This resource was designed for kindergarten, but it could be used in other grade levels. Please check out the preview pictures to see if it's suitable for your students.

Please ask me any questions you have about this product using the Product Q&A below before purchasing.

Please remember that your purchase is intended for use in one classroom only. If you intend to share with colleagues, please purchase additional licenses. Contact me for site licensing information.

Thank you!

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to compose opinion pieces in which they tell a reader the topic or the name of the book they are writing about and state an opinion or preference about the topic or book (e.g., My favorite book is...).


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