Writing a Persuasive Piece

Persuasive Writing for Kids: What is It? Episode What does it mean to persuade or convince someone of my opinion? Who can I persuade? Watch this video to find out the basics of persuasive writing!

This anchor chart activity is an example of critical literacy in the classroom. Here, students will learn how to critically analyze texts, more specifically, what the author is trying to say. This activity will help students understand that different texts portray different messages and as an audience we must be critical the meaning or purpose of these texts. These skills also apply to media literacy as media messages are always intended at a specific audience and may not always be accurate.

UNT EDRE This anchor chart focuses on the author's purpose: persuade. I think this chart had just enough information to help students to memorize, but not too much so that they can't understand or get confused.

In my last post about teaching narrative writing, I mentioned how the subject of writing tends to be a thorn in the side of many homeschoolers. It doesn't have to be that way, though! In this lit...

Persuasive writing can also be creative writing! This post teaches you how to use picture book examples of persuasive writing as mini-lessons to improve your student's persuasive pieces.

Using Picture Books to Teach Persuasive Writing to Middle & High School Students | Our Journey Westward

Persuasive writing can also be creative writing! This post teaches you how to use picture book examples of persuasive writing as mini-lessons to improve your student's persuasive pieces.

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