Topics for students to write persuasive essays and sub material SLP

Topics for students to write persuasive essays and sub material SLP
Topics for students to write persuasive essays and sub material SLP
Topics for students to write persuasive essays and sub material SLP
Topics for students to write persuasive essays and sub material SLP
Topics for students to write persuasive essays and sub material SLP
Topics for students to write persuasive essays and sub material SLP
Topics for students to write persuasive essays and sub material SLP
Topics for students to write persuasive essays and sub material SLP
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37 pages. For each topic, there is a page discussing pros and cons with vocabulary, the second page has critical thinking questions and fact/opinion discrimination. The 3rd page is a graphic organizer with Reasons why you are pro and reasons why you are against the topic. The students should decide from what they've written if they are trying to persuade others that violence (for example) is good or bad. The sentences they write on this graphic orgainizers will be the topic sentence for each one of the body paragraphs. The 4th page is a how to write a persuasive essay instruction. The 5th page is to write the persuasive essay. The 6th page is a check off sheet including, "did I use too many ands in my essay", "did I use an exclamation point, period or question mark at the end of each sentence, etc. The 7th page is a graphic organizer with What you know, What you want to know, and What have you learned?. These are repeated for each topic. Hope this helps clarify. It's a total of 37 pages. If you enjoy this product, you might want to view my other materials at https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/index.php?method=TeacherDetail&Aid=8679.

Keywords: topics, teens, adolescent, pros and cons, vocabulary, critical thinking, secondary, persuasive writing, slow learner, special education, ELL, ESL, fact, opinion, writing instruction, special needs students, grammar, questions, Lynn Eggleston, 100% Curriculum Vocabulary, graphic organizer, violence on TV, open campus, school dress code, no pass no play, junk food in school, speech pathology, secondary education, at-risk students.

Topics for Students has 37 pages starting with reading pros/cons about a current, relevant topic; vocabulary; critical thinking questions; fact or opinion questions; graphic organizers; main idea; student writes pros/cons, instructions to write persuasive essay; check off sheets for grammar, etc; and what have I learned graphic organizer for several different topics such as violence on tv, selling junk food in school, etc. For ELL, ESL, Special Education, slow learner, regular education students who read at the 3rd grade level up through high school. Teaches writing strategies, persuasive writing, and is to help poor readers, poor writers, new learners, and students who are older but have poor skills. It is secondary material written at a 3rd to 5th grade reading level.
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