Opinion Writing- Step by Step

Opinion Writing-  Step by Step
Opinion Writing-  Step by Step
Opinion Writing-  Step by Step
Opinion Writing-  Step by Step
Opinion Writing-  Step by Step
Opinion Writing-  Step by Step
Opinion Writing-  Step by Step
Opinion Writing-  Step by Step
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  1. In this packet there are 7 different opinion writing worksheets. Each for a different level of ability, with a different focus:Opinion or Fact? : differentiating between statements that are factual and statements that are opinions.Opinion Writing: Expressing   Preference Given Choices: expressing ch
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Use this product to help students write a multi-step writing piece (with illustrations) to express their opinion about any given topic. Each step of the writing piece has sentence starters and or key words to use when thinking of and composing the step. In addition, the steps are color coded (a measure to help the student focus on the step at hand) and has a box for adding a visual detail (a drawing). Last, a self-check reminder in the bottom of the sheet to help the writer develop editing skills by going back to review their writing. Three and four steps opinion writing prompts are included.

Three steps opinion writing includes:

  1. Stating your opinion
  2. Providing reasoning
  3. A closure statement

Four opinion writing steps include:

  1. Introduction sentence
  2. Stating your opinion
  3. Providing reasoning
  4. A closure statement  

You can use this product as teaching tool, as instructional material, a review, data collection tool, give as homework, as an independent center, or in any other way you see fit.

The absence of distracting graphics such as borders and other decorations are a purposeful design choice to prevent pulling focus away from the learning and task at hand.

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Write opinion pieces in which they introduce the topic or name the book they are writing about, state an opinion, supply a reason for the opinion, and provide some sense of closure.
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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