Persuasive writing featuresQuick View

Persuasive writing features

A persuasive writing worksheet, with features to cut out and match within the sample text. Also included is a frame to help lower attaining children when writing their own text.

By jamesappleby

Persuasive WritingQuick View

Persuasive Writing

Ks3 lesson on writing persuasively. Includes success criteria and writing frame.

By mrpinkhouse

Persuasive writingQuick View

Persuasive writing

Outstanding observed lesson based around visiting Disney World. Fully resourced lesson including level descriptors, modelled paragraphs, around the room activities- all easily adaptable. Objectives: To successfully recognise and identify aspects of persuasive language. To create a plan for a persuasive speech using manipulating language to suit audience and purpose.

By Carly2311

Persuasive Writing Year 5Quick View

Persuasive Writing Year 5

These lessons are a follow on from the persuasive letter writing letter in which I have uploaded previously. The children will have some background knowledge of how to persuade before these lessons. It involves teaching the children how to adopt a view point and also provide evidence for the side that they are arguing. These lessons involve persuading people not to go to Seaworld because of the cruelty to animals. Or defending Seaworld if the children wish to choose that point of view.

By Morrisr9

Debates / Persuasive Writing SkillsQuick View

Debates / Persuasive Writing Skills

A engaging way into Writing to Persuade/Writing to Present a Viewpoint by creating and presenting debates about confectionery. This Ppt. will lead through a few lessons on debating, including a homework task and some interesting clips.

By pip_knowles

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Persuasive Devices

This is a whole lesson, including a lesson plan with starter, development, main, extension, plenary and homework activity ideas. There are three resources to use together in the teaching of persuasive devices (great for 'Writing to Present a Viewpoint'). There is a model piece of persuasive writing/writing to present a viewpoint and two worksheets on persuasive devices. Depending on the level of the class, this will take at least one lesson.

By pip_knowles

Informative, Explanative and Persuasive WritingQuick View

Informative, Explanative and Persuasive Writing

Looking at the difference between these three styles of writing. How are they different. List of techniques to make writing engaging. Teacher models on the same topic for each writing type. Example to have a go at. Self-assessment.

By sianbrowett

Room 101 - Persuasive WritingQuick View

Room 101 - Persuasive Writing

9 slide Room 101 Persuasive writing activity encouraging students to complete a persuasive piece using DAFOREST techniques. Including plenary self-reflective activity. Includes hand-out list of techniques for revision and reference during the lesson. Includes worksheet for peer assessment - tick sheet exercise recognising DAFOREST techniques in use for Room 101 presentations.

By rosecoates

Persuasive Letter Writing Year 5Quick View

Persuasive Letter Writing Year 5

This is a weeks plan based on writing a persuasive letter. First of all, it involves teaching children the different persuasive tricks such as flattery, rhetorical questions, repetition, exaggeration etc. These lessons also involve children orally trying to persuade each other, or their class teacher by using the above techniques. Children enjoyed persuading alot. These lessons also touch on letter writing (formal) and ensure that children use the correct structure and tone depending on who they are writing to. We happened to be learning about Ancient Greece at the time, so the letter in which is used as a model, is connected to Ancient Greece.

By Morrisr9

Class President persuasive writingQuick View

Class President persuasive writing

Using the latest presidential election as a springboard for the lesson, students write a speech discussing why they should be the next president of the class. Great for speaking and listening as well as Q5 skills Paper 2.

By MissHaywood90

Winter Themed Opinion and Persuasive Writing Prompts & PostersQuick View

Winter Themed Opinion and Persuasive Writing Prompts & Posters

Fun and engaging activities to encourage children to look at winter, winter animals and activities with new eyes. Perfect inspiration for first, second and third graders! Your students will love discussing answers to these winter themed questions and statements. Some of them encourage them to shift perceptive and to imagine that they are an animal. Many situations involve different people and animals and this is a great way to introduce this kind of thinking to young children. The opinion and persuasion prompts will also teach your students about answering questions, forming opinions and coming up with reasons to persuade their audience. There are reason cards that can be glued into a workbook. Glue the top of the back of the card and let the students write their ideas underneath the flap. The cards can also together with the poster serve as prompts for structuring the writing. This package contains Reason Cards Two posters with sentence starters - color/ black and white versions 20 writing winter themed prompts.

By asajomard

Persuasive Writing - Sell, Sell, SellQuick View

Persuasive Writing - Sell, Sell, Sell

A lesson based on students using persuasive devices. Students have to try to sell a random object to the class. Whether they sell the item or not depends on whether they meet the success criteria on the self-assessment grid. This lessons gives students the opportunity to reflect on their progress and to assess their own writing based on the criteria provided.

By Kicks3

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Persuasive Speech Writing

Aimed at Key Stage 3 students this lesson gained a grade 1 in an Ofsted visit. Persuasive techniques Speech Writing Includes progress checks; Peer Assessment and Writing Frame. Suitable for High, Middle and Lower Ability as it is differentiated throughout. Enjoy!

By nicchaselea

Australian stereotypes - how to write a persuasive essayQuick View

Australian stereotypes - how to write a persuasive essay

This lesson is designed as part of an Australian year 9 English unit. The first assessment for this unit is a persuasive essay. This PowerPoint first explains the assessment and the criteria students will be marked against. Subsequently, it goes through essay genre conventions (defining terms like thesis statement, explaining what should go in an intro, body and conclusion, explaining how texts should be referenced in text and in a bibliography). This PowerPoint also includes example paragraphs from a range of texts which show Australian stereotypes including The Simpsons Australia episode, Crocodile Dundee and men of the open spaces. Handout - planning steps to be completed prior to writing Handout - scaffolding for essay which tells students what they must write for each paragraph.

By lrigb4

I can structure a persuasive paragraph - persuasive writingQuick View

I can structure a persuasive paragraph - persuasive writing

*In this resource I have argued against space travel and computer games, as I thought it was likely that most of my class would like to take the opposing view for their own writing, later on. A fully planned and resourced lesson, complete with differentiated activities and a model text. First, children learn the opening paragraph to the model text ‘Computer games are harmful to children’. This should be quick and easy to learn – add a few actions if you wish. Use the PowerPoint or a text map to support. Then, take a quick look at how the text has been changed to the subject of space travel. What has changed? What has stayed the same? Briefly explore the idea that, in persuasive writing, if you can write one opening paragraph, you can write hundreds. It is simply: • Introduce the subject of the debate • Introduce which side you are on • State that you have many strong arguments Next, move on to looking at the how the first argument is structured. Again, it follows a pattern: • Topic sentence – to introduce the key idea of this particular paragraph • Facts and opinions • A rhetorical question On a flip chart or screen, show how you can use this simple structure to write a paragraph against exploring space on the subject of safety. There is an example of how you could do this on slide 8. Now the children should be ready to try this structure themselves. During independent time they use the same structure to create their own persuasive paragraphs about space travel. After this they can organise persuasive paragraphs about anything they choose. I have had great success with this approach and so have my colleagues. I hope you find it useful too.

By extra golden-time

Writing to PersuadeQuick View

Writing to Persuade

Five lessons on one PowerPoint, focusing on Persuasive Writing. Can easily be differentiated. I use this with classes I only see once a week, over a six week half term with the assessment making up the last week.

By KeishaNadine