Practise Writing A Balanced Argument In A Letter (9-14 years)
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Practise Writing A Balanced Argument In A Letter is an invaluable teaching resource for educators working with students aged 9-14. This guide is perfect for public school teachers and homeschoolers alike, and its main focus is on developing students' critical writing skills.
Constructing a compelling argumentThe primary objective of this resource is to teach students how to construct a persuasive discursive argument. By providing them with teaching skeletons and model answers, it helps them to learn how to structure their arguments effectively. They will understand the significance of stating a viewpoint, backing it up convincingly, forming an opposing counterargument after considering other viewpoints, and dismantling this counterargument - all while injecting their own personal thoughts.
Range of unique topicsA variety of one-of-a-kind topics that are suitable for pre-teens and teens are included in this resource. From debates about the closure of local facilities such as swimming pools or horse riding farms, to discussions about health-related social issues or fashion topics - there's something here that allows learners to engage deeper in different subjects while honing their argumentative abilities.
- Persuasive organizational techniques: Students get a chance to familiarize themselves with techniques used in persuasive essays like using emotive language or repetition.
- Vocabulary selection: The guide emphasizes on selecting the right vocabulary words.
- Mechanics improvement:The package pays special attention encouraging correct usage of grammar fundamentals like spelling mechanics or punctuation.
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