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Opinion Writing

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Writing prompts for 3rd grade opinion articles

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Opinion / Persuasive Writing - Transition Words Poster

This Opinion / Persuasive Writing - Transition Words poster helps my students write opinion pieces with more confidence and independence.I printed it as an 11x17 poster for display in the classroom and as an 8.5x11 resource sheet in my students' writing folders. It's so easy for them to read and us...

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Opinion Writing Prompts Worksheets

Opinion writing prompts for school. Printables for opinion writing prompts for google apps and in a printable for grades 2-4

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Effective Endings for Opinion Writing

This is a culmination of my own anchor charts, plus the best anchor charts that I could find online. This is a great place to find effective charts that get to the heart of what you are teaching in workshop. If you have a favorite chart that you'd like to add, please contact me! Also, if I have not properly given credit for an anchor chart, let me know so that I can fix it.

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O is for Oreo Opinion Organizer: Persuasive Writing

Oreos can make pervasive writing more fun! I came across a graphic organizer titled "OREO" when researching ways to teach facts and opinions. I ended up getting way off track but in the end found a brand new-to-me teaching idea. I decided to try this method with Alyssa (Age 8). It was something different from our regular routine which provided a little more variety to our homeschool day. Prior to using the Oreo Opinion Organizer we watched an OREO powerpoint to introduce the method and brainstormed persuasive (opinion) writing ideas. She chose one topic for today's paper. O - Opinion (Clearly Stated) R - Reasons for your Opinion (Valid) E - Examples that Support Your Opinion (Relevant) O - Opinion Restated I added in a little incentive. I told her she could earn an Oreo cookie for each valid reason in her paper that had relevant examples. Single, double, or triple stuffed Oreos indicate how many reasons with examples your child will add to the paper. She wrote a double stuffed persuasive paper on how cats are better pets than dogs. Her final draft was written the next day. We'll discuss opening, closing, and transitional sentences a different day. The lesson was a huge success! You can find many free graphic organizers if you do a quick Google search. Here are just a few I found available at Teachers Pay Teachers. Sign up for a free account to access the materials while they are still available for free. These links will get you started. Tales of a Tenacious Teacher Teaching with Crayons and Curls 3rd Grade to the Core Smart Cookies Difference between reasons and examples Here are final draft Oreo Opinion Writing papers. The Primary Journey Teaching with Tara A simple presentation about the method can be seen below. We'll definitely use this method again! I will link this post up at Through the Calm and Through the Storm's Blogging Through the Alphabet Linky and at Year Round Homeschooling's Hearts for Home Blog Hop.

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5th Grade Opinion Writing Prompts

These 5th grade opinion writing prompts will get your kids thinking about new issues they may have never considered before!

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Free Opinion Writing Prompts

Help your young writers with these 22 free opinion writing prompts for your first, second or third grade classroom. Free from The Curriculum Corner.

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