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Rotten Milk! Informative Writing

Unit 15: Aspiring Authors!
Lesson 3 of 8

Objective: SWBAT write an informative essay without expressing opinion within the essay.

Big Idea: Students often insert opinion into informative writing. Today we will write about a topic that students will have an opinion about. Our goal today is to help students keep opinions out of informational writing.

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