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Students draft the supporting argument portion of their editorials, using their completed Editorial Organizers (Handout 3.1a) as a guide. They incorporate their source information into the body of their editorials.
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Guided by the completed Editorial Organizer (Handout 3.1a), students draft a paragraph that explains one argument used by the other side. They also generate a counterargument supported by relevant evidence. Students use connecting phrases to link one idea to the next.
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Students learn the role of an engaging opening and introduction in a successful editorial. Using the teacher model and mentor text for guidance, students plan and draft their own opening sentence and powerful introductory paragraph for their pieces of writing.
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Students plan and draft a concluding paragraph that restates their opinion, issues a call to action for the reader and provides a powerful closing message.
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Animated short on writing your first editorial draft.
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Animated short on creating an engaging opening.
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Visuals for Step 4 of Writing Editorials.
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