This is one of my favorite units. I did it almost every year I was teaching and always had a good response. It works well because the writing assignment involves choice and authenticity. They aren’t writing what you tell them to write and they aren’t writing to you. This works great for a persuasive writing unit in English or a government unit in U.S. History. Students write official letters to their government representatives.

Included in this set is a page for the teacher explaining how I taught this unit, a page on ethos/pathos/logos that can be used as a handout or a lesson, a planning page that guides the student's research and outline, a letter format page to help the student understand how to write an official letter, and a peer edit page for the revising process.

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  • Persuasive-Writin-Title-page.pdf
  • Letter-planning-page.docx
  • Letter-format.docx
  • Peer-Edit-For-Letters.docx
  • Letter-to-Gov-Official-Explanation-Page.docx
  • Ethos--Pathos--Logos.docx
  • Writing-with-Ethos--Pathos--and-Logos.pptx

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Created: Jul 6, 2015

Updated: Oct 22, 2017

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