Write On! Unit 7: Opinion Writing with Persuasive and Letter Writing



This 20 Day Writing Unit will encourage your students to become authors of opinion, persuasive, and letter writing! They will walk through the writing process from brainstorming to publishing in an organized and structured way! Weeks 3-4 are structured a little differently to allow students time to read books and respond to literature while forming opinions and writing persuasive letters. You will notice a difference in format for those two weeks but everything needed is still included!

Here’s a peek at the lessons:
Week 1: (For Week 1 you will need the book Hey, Little Ant)
– Forming An Opinion Anchor Chart Pieces
– Forming An Opinion Printable
– Opinion Writing Posters
– Hey Little Ant Layered Flipbook Rough Draft
– Parts of Opinion Writing Posters (Intro, Reasons, Conclusion)
– Revise Lesson: Swat it! Forming a Strong Conclusion
– Editing Lesson: Feed the Ants! Connecting Opinions with Reasons
– Close Editing
– Publishing Crafts: 2 Crafts- Ant and Boy
– Opinion Writing Rubric
Week 2: Salty or Sweet?! (you will need snack foods)
– Taste Testing and Brainstorming Adjectives
– Writing: Snack Bar Rough Draft Writing Pouch
– Revising: Matching Opinion Topic to Conclusions
– Editing: Would You Rather?! With linking words
– Close Editing
– Publishing Crafts: Team Salty or Team Sweet Folding Writing Templates
– Self Reflection Rubric
Weeks 3-4 Responding to Literature by Forming Opinions and Writing Persuasive Letters
– Forming Opinions about books with the OREO opinion writing strategy
– OREO booklet to structure opinions
– Milk Craft to write paragraphs
– OREO chart pieces
– Expanding Opinions about literature lesson with chart materials
– Expanding Opinions Writing Activity
– Responding to Literature in Notebooks: reading texts, forming opinions, and writing about the text
– Friendly Letter Chart
– Book Recommendations Lesson
– Friendly Letter Writing Lesson for Persuasive Letters

Included in this unit:
-I Can Statements
-Daily Lesson Plans that include everything you need for minilessons, independent practice, and share time.
-Standards for TEKS and Common Core
-Materials for anchor charts
-Graphic Organizers and Student Printables
-Brainstorming Charts and Activities
-Rough Draft Writing Pieces
-Focus on Opinion, Persuasive, and Letter Writing
-Close Editing Strategies
-Final Publishing Paper and Craft
-Single Column Rubrics
-18 writing prompts to display and templates for writing journals
In each unit you will guide your students through brainstorming, writing, revising, editing, and publishing. In this specific unit your students will also learn how to form an opinion, write a letter, and persuade their reader

Write On Components:
-How to group students
-Writing Folder Materials
-Status of the Class Materials
-Writing Templates
-Setting Goals Anchor Chart Materials
-How to Use Rubrics
-How to Set Up Your Writing Block

Check out the individual units below:
WRITE ON! Writing Bootcamp Unit 1
WRITE ON! Personal Narratives Unit 2
WRITE ON! How To Writing Unit 3
WRITE ON! Informational Writing Unit 4
WRITE ON! Research UNIT 5
WRITE ON! Autobiographies and Biographies Unit 6
WRITE ON! Opinion Writing with Persuasive and Letter Writing Unit 7
WRITE ON! Poetry Unit 8
WRITE ON! Fiction Writing Unit 9
WRITE ON! Fairy Tale Writing Unit 10
WRITE ON! End of the Year Writing Unit 11

This unit was made by Hope King and Amy Lemons! We hope you enjoy! There is a lot included in this unit, so make sure you check out the preview!


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