Using Hooks to Pique the Readers Interest - No Red Ink Aligned

Using Hooks to Pique the Readers Interest - No Red Ink Aligned
Using Hooks to Pique the Readers Interest - No Red Ink Aligned
Using Hooks to Pique the Readers Interest - No Red Ink Aligned
Using Hooks to Pique the Readers Interest - No Red Ink Aligned
Using Hooks to Pique the Readers Interest - No Red Ink Aligned
Using Hooks to Pique the Readers Interest - No Red Ink Aligned
Using Hooks to Pique the Readers Interest - No Red Ink Aligned
Using Hooks to Pique the Readers Interest - No Red Ink Aligned
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This assignment reviews what makes a hook strong or weak.

Part I has five questions that ask students to, given the thesis statement and topic provided, determine whether each hook strong or weak.

Part II has five questions that ask students to look at hooks that disagree, or are in opposition to, the thesis and determine whether they are strong or weak.

Teacher Directions:
Use this assignment to help students recognize strong and weak hooks given a topic and thesis statement. I use this to help students hone their skills after studying the organization and expectations of the ACT writing section.

This assignment aligns with the introductory paragraph lessons available on www.NoRedInk.com

This document is a PDF, but, as always, access to the original document is available for editing or personalization.
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