Reflection: Lesson Planning Opinion Writing - Section 2: Mid workshop interruption


In the lesson, I didn't know if I would have time to share my writing demo for both questions.  but I prepared an example writing for the second question as well, it just in case students needed more support.  I can also use my demo writing when I confer with students individually, in partners, or with a whole small group.

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Opinion Writing

Unit 9: Historical Fiction- American Revolution
Lesson 12 of 13

Objective: SWBAT assume a character role and write and revise an opinion piece related to the two essential questions in the class role play.

Big Idea: Revisit nonfiction writing using Boxes and Bullets!

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