This is a great way to have students practice argument writing by having them compose an persuasive essay using ethos, logos and pathos on ending child hunger.
The file includes:
"Child Hunger Article Analysis" which prompts students to research, read, summarize and reflect on a current events article about child hunger. This will introduce the students to this topic.
"Persuasive Essay Outline" shows the format for a persuasive essay in 5 paragraphs and clearly explains what each paragraph entails.
"School's Out for the Summer" is a scaffolded reading about child hunger in America.
"Persuasive Essay and Rubric" provides the directions for the essay, reminds students of what ethos, logos and pathos are as well some articles, online sources and key words for finding facts about this topic. A rubric for the paper is also provided.
"Work Cited Help and Example" explains how to use Owl at Purdue with support and screenshots and an example Work Cited is provided to help guide students along.