Opinion Writing Worksheet – Would You Rather?
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A poster for younger students using simpler language to introduce them to opinion writing.
A poster detailing what to put in an opinion paragraph using the OREO acronym.
Posters to help introduce the basic structure of opinion writing.
Have your students begin their opinion writing with a strong sentence starter.
A worksheet to consolidate students’ understanding of using personal pronouns in their opinion writing.
A 35 slide editable PowerPoint template to use when teaching your students about the structure and language features of opinion pieces.
A worksheet for students to use to write an opinion composition.
A simple scaffolding worksheet to use when writing opinion pieces.
A set of 5 sorting activities to use when introducing students to opinion pieces.
A hands-on sorting activity to use when introducing students to opinion pieces.
This English unit has been designed to introduce the persuasive genre to younger students; specifically, the purpose, structure and language features of opinion pieces.
An acrostic poem template for the word 'learn'.
An acrostic poem template for the word 'artist'.
An acrostic poem template for the word ‘geography’.
An acrostic poem template for the word ‘time’.
An acrostic poem template for the word ‘planet’.
An acrostic poem template for the word ‘energy'.
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