If you would like to teach your students a step-by step approach to writing persuasively and also scaffold every stage of the writing process, then you will find this resource very useful. All components in this pack are designed to facilitate students to sit state tests or writing assessments. The materials adhere to a formal writing style complete with close detail to elements of structure and composition of persuasive texts whereby opinion is supported by relevant details. Further details of lessons included in this pack are outlined below:
* All lessons to teach and model the parts of a Persuasive Essay revolve around the mentor text, ‘The Need to Have a Best Friend.’ Application of writing skills is targeted via the close writing prompt: 'It is important to have friends'. The graphic organisers also enable students to write on other topics of choice.
LESSON 1: THE STRUCTURE
LESSON 2: THE INTRODUCTION
Scaffolded activities based on the mentor text to enable students to write the three parts that make-up the introduction: hook, opinion and thesis statement.
LESSON 3: THE BODY
Cut and glue interactive activities and reference to mentor text to help students better understand the parts of the three body paragraphs: the topic sentence encompassing the reason, supporting details and concluding sentence.
LESSON 4: THE CONCLUSION
Reference to colour-coded mentor text and deconstructing parts of a concluding paragraph activity to better understand the parts: summary statement, re-statement of reasons and call to action.
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PERSUASIVE WRITING-MENTOR TEXT-BEST FRIEND
License for single classroom use.
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