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Teaching Students how to Write Hooks for Constructed Responses

Teaching Students how to Write Hooks for Constructed Responses
Teaching Students how to Write Hooks for Constructed Responses
Teaching Students how to Write Hooks for Constructed Responses
Teaching Students how to Write Hooks for Constructed Responses
Teaching Students how to Write Hooks for Constructed Responses
Teaching Students how to Write Hooks for Constructed Responses
Teaching Students how to Write Hooks for Constructed Responses
Teaching Students how to Write Hooks for Constructed Responses
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This lesson includes many prompts and examples for building better hooks in student writing.
The two hooks covered in this lesson include the rhetorical hook and the imaginary hook. There are examples of each type of hook followed by additional prompts for students to practice. The prompts are geared toward middle school level and are similar to the question levels on the end of the year test. This lesson is a great way to prepare students to write constructed responses.

One way I teach this lesson is print the powerpoint out selecting handouts then 3 slides per page. This gives you lines out to the side of the powerpoint notes. Then, students can have lines to write their practice prompts.

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