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Authors Opinion Writing Step-by-Step (Would You Rather)

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Grade 2, 3, 4





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Authors Opinion Writing Step-by-Step (Would You Rather)

This versatile teaching resource is designed for teachers working with second to fourth graders. It aligns primarily with the Language Arts curriculum, intertwining elements of grammar, history, reading, research and social studies.

An Interactive Learning Experience

The product involves an authors-themed step-by-step approach that spurs students into active participation in an interactive learning experience. Notable among its features are author cards featuring 24 esteemed authors such as Eric Carle, Mark Twain, and Toni Morrison.

Versatile and Flexible Design

  • Suits a whole-class activity for the National Authors Day or individually used by homeschooling parents during National Novel Writing Month celebrations.
  • A process-based learning method where students research two chosen authors before crafting and presenting their opinions.
Differentiated Graphic Organizers & Guided Process
  • Differentiated graphic organizers offer three levels of complexity catering for varied student abilities.
  • To glide learners through this exercise smoothly, there are step by step instructions accompanied by checklists to ensure effective tracking of progress.
Eco-friendly & Creativity-stimulating Components Included >>/h5>>
  • Cards available in color versions and black-and-white alternatives for eco-friendliness.
  • Mix-and-match research report pages incorporated to spur creativity among learners while honing their researching skills."

In summary, these lessons not only enhance writing skills but also improve reading comprehension and critical thinking abilities in alignment with grade-level expectations.

What's Included


Author cards (24 in color and 24 in B&W)

Mix and match research report pages

Differentiated opinion writing graphic organizers (3 levels)

Step-by-step opinion writing instructions and checklists

Sentences starters and transitions

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