NJASK Explanatory Writing Student Work Explanation - Section 3: Group Work: Creating Proof For Grading

 
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Reviewing Criteria Of Explanatory Writing On Standardized Tests

Unit 13: Standardized Test Preparation
Lesson 3 of 3

Objective: SWBAT analyze graded writing samples on kindness to understand writing criteria of explanatory/informative writing for the NJASK.

Big Idea: Agree or disagree? Looking at scored explanatory/informative writing samples.

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English / Language Arts, Expository Writing, Writing, explanatory writing, test prep
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