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Opinion Writing/Persuasive Writing Planning Template

Free | 1 page (PDF, Word)|Grades: 4 - 6

A planning template to use when writing a persuasive or opinion text.

Use this planning template when teaching your students how to compose opinion  or persuasive text

To cut down on paper, print on cardstock and place inside of a dry erase sleeve. Then, students can use a dry erase marker to fill it out and wipe clean after they have written their text.

This resource works well when working with your guided writing groups or when placed in a writing center.

Use the drop-down menu to choose between portrait or landscape format as well as PDF or editable word version.

Resources that work well with this template include:

  

  Common Core Curriculum alignment

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  • We have updated the look of this resource and have included an editable word version.

    Change by Natalie May 22nd, 2020

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