Here is the weekly Persuasive writing prompt. See if you can think of reasons to support the topic.
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A great infographic to remind us about the importance of our brain!
This week we explored how to interpret and answer questions. We worked with Mrs. T to understand that multiple choice questions have eliminators and distractors. When you read a text, try to read it three times. This ensures that you double check the answers as well.
This week, our grade completed three workshops on how to write a persuasive text. We started by exploring why people read and write persuasive texts as well as topics that people write about. Here is our learning.
I am looking for someone who is interested in writing a guest learning blog each week. You will need to : record what we were learning, describe what we did in class and write a positive learning to share. If interested and chosen you can add your name and pick one of these pictures:
Please let me know if you are interested.
Often the hardest part of writing is starting! Kids often get stuck thinking of ideas or how to design their planners. Here are two great examples of how to use keywords to create a great persuasive planner.
Which one would you use and why?