Reflection: Essay Writing Olympics Essay - Section 3: Essay Writing


This lesson is the culminating writing assignment for our unit on the Olympics.  The unit has been very educational, motivational, and inspiring for my students.  It has given them the opportunity to see that many famous athletes have overcome lots of challenges in life to become some of the world's finest athletes.

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  Essay Writing: The World's Finest
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Olympics Essay

Unit 14: Olympics
Lesson 5 of 5

Objective: SWBAT construct an informative essay on the history of the Olympics, a particular sport, and a particular athlete.

Big Idea: Students will construct an informative essay about the Olympics.

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English / Language Arts, Writing, Sports, Reading, Nonfiction (Reading), Poetry, olympics, essay, history, athlete, informative essay
  60 minutes
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