Persuasive writing pieces by May Pilon - issuu
Participants in our Persuasive Writing Workshops always receive a complimentary copy of the NNWP's 2008 publication, the Going Deep with Compare and Contrast Thinking Guide. This guide is available for purchase from the , should you be unable to enroll and enjoy our popular Northern Nevada workshop.
Writing Opinion and Persuasive Pieces: One More …
Earn a free copy of the Barry Lane book our class uses: One important theme in our Persuasive Writing Across the Curriculum workshop is teaching voice with lessons that allow student to use a sense of humor. To promote this theme, each teacher participant receives a complimentary copy of Barry Lane and Gretchen Bernabei's awesome book, . In exchange for this book, teacher participants propose an original lesson that we consider posting on this page. Below, you will find several original lessons that were proposed by class participants who are now enjoying their personal copies of Barry and Gretchen's book.
We decorate our inservice classroom with these pieces of verb art, and throughout the workshop, we use the nouns that surround the verbs as "word banks" when we explore different perspectives. We talk about the importance of an activity like this with our students to begin exploring the vocabulary of persuasion. Below are eight unique examples from some of our class's participants. If you click on the images, you can see them in larger form.
Informative, Descriptive, and Persuasive Writing
Most of our WritingFix professional development workshops challenge teachers to "make and take" a new lesson to bring back to their classrooms for trying out with their own students. True enough, WritingFix provides a plethora of quality lessons that are ready-to-use, and teachers sometimes don't see the point in making something new when so many resources already exist, but we really believe in the importance of every teacher still designing something for themselves. When you borrow a lesson from our website, you are applying someone else's ideas; when you create a lesson inspired by our website, however, then you are learning about topics at a much deeper level.
Writing Powerful Persuasive Pieces - Scribd
We demonstrate for our workshops participants various mini-lessons on style, perspective, and passion. We invite them to write and share new mini-lessons on these three foundational topics, and then we challenge them to design larger lessons that make persuasive writing feel real and important to students.
IGCSE-Revision - Persuasive Writing
This strategy guide series identifies, defines, and provides examples of effective writing strategies and offers a list of resources related to each strategy.
Persuasive Writers - Learning to Give
What we've learned is that there must be a strong foundation of other writing skills in place before asking students to write something persuasive. Without the foundation, the persuasive writing your students will do will be flat and uninteresting. The foundation that we stress in our persuasive writing is as follows:
WritingFix: an original persuasive writing assignment …
Even though our students learn basic persuasive writing skills long before they come to school ("I'll be really quiet if you buy me that toy"), they don't come to us knowing how to write persuasively. Writing is different than speaking. To persuade through writing, students need to analyze how they successfully convince others through speaking, then combine those skills with solid writing instruction.