Inspire your students to develop a passion for writing, practice reading comprehension, and build vocabulary and grammar skills with these language arts lesson plans. Printables, what Happened Next? Printable, editor in Chief Printable, write Persuasively Printable, presenting Persuasively Printable.
Writing Italics, dog Gone Pawerful Writing). Editor in Chief (Grades 5-8 during this lesson, students will learn how to edit work and will practice common editing notations, marks and the use of colored pens when editing and rewriting work. 3) They will need to access Thinkfinity at inkfinify. Org Use key word Persuasion Map 4) Using the interactive site here they will follow the map and put their information into the formulated outline. Write Persuasively (Grades 3-5) Show how word choice, supportive reasoning, and considering your audience relates to persuasive writing with this colorful lesson. Presenting Persuasively (Grades 6-8 use this lesson to help your students identify the strongest and weakest components of their persuasive arguments!