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    7 Graphic Organizers for Critical Thinking

    English Language Arts: 
    Critical Thinking
    Writing Process
    Prewriting
    Qualities of Writing
    Ideas
    Structure
    21st Century Skills: 
    Critical Thinking
    Researching
    Creating
    Writing
    Writing to Learn
    Studying
    Visual Literacy

    Blog Post

    6 Strategies for Writing Arguments

    English Language Arts: 
    Writing
    21st Century Skills: 
    Building Arguments
    Writing Project

    Blog Post

    15 Awesome Persuasive Writing Prompts

    English Language Arts: 
    Writing
    21st Century Skills: 
    Writing Project

    Blog Post

    4 Writing Activities for Celebrating Black History

    English Language Arts: 
    Writing
    Reading
    21st Century Skills: 
    Critical Thinking
    Creative Thinking
    Researching

    FAQ Page

    What are the modes and forms of writing?

    FAQ Page

    How can students judge sources from the Internet?

    Infographic

    Text Structures Revealed

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    Text Structures Revealed

    Infographic

    7 C's for Building a Rock-Solid Argument

    Level: 
    Grade 4
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    Theme: 
    Education
    7 C's for Building a Rock-Solid Argument

    Minilesson

    Writing: Now how do I get out of this one?

    Assign this prompt to spark students' creativity.

    Mop

    Minilesson

    Using Perspective Shifting to Persuade Readers

    Help students see from readers' perspectives.

    illustration of girl writing and thinking

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    Forming a Focus

    Help students write strong focus statements.

    illustration of squirrel looking through a telescope

    Minilesson

    Using Anecdotes in Formal Writing

    Add a narrative touch to formal writing.

    Illustration of a flying fish jumping over a boy in a rowboat

    Minilesson

    Creating Pie Graphs

    Teach how to make a pie graph.
    Computer Lab Pie Graph

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    Evaluating with a Pro-Con Chart

    Analyze good and bad with a pro-con chart.

    Westward Pro Con List

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    Analyzing with a Cause-Effect Chart

    Analyze causes and effects of any topic.

    Chemcial Cause Effect

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    Comparing with a Venn Diagram

    Analyze similarities and differences.

    Presidents Venn Diagram

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    Elaborating in a Food Review

    Help students practice elaboration.

    Cheeseburger cooking on a flaming grill

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    Evaluating Advertisements

    Evaluate advertisements.

    Egyptian Deities Cigarette Ad

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    Recognizing Logical Fallacies 2

    Learn to spot logical fallacies.

    What Did You Say?

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    Recognizing Logical Fallacies 1

    Learn to spot logical fallacies.

    Luring the Unsuspecting

    Minilesson

    Distinguishing Argumentation from Persuasion

    Study argumentation/persuasion.

    Stick figure contemplating apples vs oranges

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    Developing an Opinion Statement

    Develop a main claim.

    High school male cheering

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    Making Rhetorical Appeals

    Appeal to ethos, logos, and pathos.
     

    Aristotle Statue

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    Write for College

    Level: 
    Grade 11
    Grade 12
    Page Count: 
    656
    Student Handbook
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