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Other resources A newspaper would provide a number of examples of persuasive writing. As a follow-up to this part of the lesson, students can use a newspaper to locate either an advertisement or editorial in the paper. Students may work in small groups to share what they found.
During this part of the lesson the teacher will be making informal observations and using questioning strategies with the students as the teacher circulates around the room.
In order to further explore persuasive writing a link with a writing workshop may be used at: During this lesson the teacher will provide a base for the follow-up lessons. Informational texts are very important in students lives.
They give answers to questions and build upon their knowledge. They locate facts that answer the reader's questions.
They may use illustrations when relevant. An informational text provides facts and ideas. It explains or conveys information.
Informational writing involves the engagement of the reader with aspects of the real world. We will be developing and completing a project in a later lesson which will result in the completion of a brochure, power point or photo story or television commercial.
An article on six reasons to use an informational text may be located at: The link below is an excellent resource to use on a projector or whiteboard to share with students. It gives many examples of informational texts. There is an opportunity to use text of different grade levels, depending on the level of the students in your classroom.
A powerpoint lesson on informational writing to show to students: It can be located under materials and related materials and resources. At the end of this lesson after the three types of writing have been introduced it would be time to summarize what has been introduced to the students thus far.
The teacher can post a question for the class and students would have the opportunity to share their thoughts. This lesson is being taught to introduce and give examples of narrative, persuasive and informational writing.
Students should be made aware that the focus of their writing in lessons in this unit will be on informational writing. Formative Assessment Teacher will provide students with the following document to assess their knowledge and understanding of the 3 types of writing covered in this lesson.
Teacher will complete formative assessments in the following ways: Laptop computers will be used if available or a visit to the schools computer room.a Letter to the Editor, the author gives permission for its publication in AJPH.
Letters Letters should not duplicate material being published or submitted elsewhere. Do’s and Don’ts When Submitting Papers Prepared by Pat Walsh and Tom Mommsen; write it as though you are specifically responding to them.
courteous (if there was a personal attack, or an otherwise inappropriate comment, take this up separately in your cover letter to the editor), Thank them for their input, and respond to every.
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Teaching Persuasive Reading and Writing A Sample Unit of Lessons and Strategies The final product of the unit’s writing instruction is a persuasive letter emphasizing the editorials and letters to the editor, persuasive letters differ in that they address a more.
Look at the page with “Kids have an opinion too” written at the top. Today you will be writing a letter to the editor of an imaginary magazine. The editor, Karen, wants to. Write Letter to the Editor 40 minutes Students then spent the rest of the period pre-writing their ideas using a Flee Map and writing a rough draft of their letter to the editor.