Rainforest Animal Argumentative Writing (Digital Access for Distance Learning)

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3rd - 8th
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My students used this resource to do research and write about what they found. They practiced reading and writing skills. It is a great resource!!
My students loved researching the animals and learning about them. They had great ideas and were very engaged in the writing process.


Are you studying rainforests? Endangered species? Just want to practice argumentative writing with a fun prompt?! This resource will certainly fit your needs and engage your students in researching to support a claim!

This download includes several choices to help you tackle argumentative writing:

**NEW! Digital Access now included for Distance Learning! Once downloaded, open the DIGITAL ACCESS file for links to make a copy for your Drive!

**Prompts worded two different ways: "Would the lifestyle of a sloth suit you?" or "Would you want to be a sloth?"
**Prompts for sloths, poison dart frogs, spider monkeys, and even a BLANK TEMPLATE for your students to choose their own rainforest species to study!

**Graphic organizers that include: claim, reasons, evidence, connections (elaborations), recaps, and even counterargument/rebuttals!

**Sample paragraphs that can guide your students.

**Writing pages for fun displays!

**Find your own sources or use the suggested site provided.

Your feedback is much appreciated! =] Thank you!

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.


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