Opinion Writing Unit | Prompts, Graphic Organizers, Rubrics and Activities
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Get your opinion or persuasive writing unit rolling with these SIX fun prompts and activities. Students will go through the writing process to create a common core aligned research based writing piece.
Each activity is designed to be taught in one week or can be condensed into less days. The weekly assignments are:
- Monday - Hook/Read Aloud, class discussion, prewrite
- Tuesday - Draft
- Wednesday - Draft
- Thursday - Revise/Edit
- Friday - Publish, Craft & Share
Every activity is differentiated with multiple graphic organizers, making this project functional for kindergarten, first, second or third graders. These projects were originally designed for second graders.
Each activity includes:
- Teacher Weekly Lesson Plan
- Student Prompt
- Student Planning Page
- 3 Versions of Student Drafting Pages
- Genre Editing Checklist
- Publishing Pages
- Craft Pages
- 2 Differentiated Rubrics
- Completed Teacher Examples
*Some projects may slightly vary*
Students will write in the format of: topic sentence or paragraph, 4 reason sentences with detail sentences [written in paragraph format], and a closing sentence or paragraph.
These projects are great for:
- Whole group writing
- Small group writing
- Literacy centers
- Early finisher activities
- Sub plans
- Student teachers
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