Do you want your students to write brilliant, thought-provoking editorials? Then this lesson plan pack will guide you through the process of teaching your students how to successfully express their opinions, integrate persuasive language techniques and help them in planning, writing, editing and reviewing their editorials.

Writing EDITORIALS {Writing Informational Texts: Newspapers}

Do you want your students to write brilliant, thought-provoking editorials? Then this lesson plan pack will guide you through the process of teaching your students how to successfully express their opinions, integrate persuasive language techniques and help them in planning, writing, editing and reviewing their editorials.

Below, you will find lesson plans for news, media and information literacy, including lesson plans from the Robert R. McCormick Foundation Why News Matters initiative, the Journalism Education Association, The News Literacy Project, The Center for News Literacy at Stonybrook University, and Columbia Links. SchoolJournalism.org also has lesson plans for journalism and civic engagement and...

Below, you will find lesson plans for news, media and information literacy, including lesson plans from the Robert R. McCormick Foundation Why News Matters initiative, the Journalism Education Association, The News Literacy Project, The Center for News Literacy at Stonybrook University, and Columbia Links. SchoolJournalism.org also has lesson plans for journalism and civic engagement and...

Persuasive messages are all around us! This lesson teaches students to identify and implement Aristotle's 3 modes of persuasion (rhetorical appeals): ethos, logos & pathos. Appropriate for secondary students, this zip file includes 3 color and B&W posters, student notes, "Identifying Ethos, Logos & Pathos in Historical Speeches" activity, and an "Editorial Writing" activity.

Ethos, Logos, Pathos (Aristotle's Modes of Persuasion)

Persuasive messages are all around us! This lesson teaches students to identify and implement Aristotle's 3 modes of persuasion (rhetorical appeals): ethos, logos & pathos. Appropriate for secondary students, this zip file includes 3 color and B&W posters, student notes, "Identifying Ethos, Logos & Pathos in Historical Speeches" activity, and an "Editorial Writing" activity.

SOCIAL COMMENTARY: Children Playing http://www.studentnewsdaily.com/editorial-cartoon-for-students/caution-gary-varvel/

SOCIAL COMMENTARY: Children Playing http://www.studentnewsdaily.com/editorial-cartoon-for-students/caution-gary-varvel/

How to cut clutter from your sentences. Editing basics. Concise writing. Concise sentences. Clarity.

How to cut clutter from your sentences. Editing basics. Concise writing. Concise sentences. Clarity.

OPINION WRITING: Step by Step Reference Chart (Be sure to correct the spelling of "separate" if you recreate this!)

OPINION WRITING: Step by Step Reference Chart (Be sure to correct the spelling of "separate" if you recreate this!)

Never know where to begin when you sit down each month and try to plan out your content calendar? Today on Breakfast at Lilly's I am sharing 7 Tips for Planning Blog Content Like a Boss.

Never know where to begin when you sit down each month and try to plan out your content calendar? Today on Breakfast at Lilly's I am sharing 7 Tips for Planning Blog Content Like a Boss.

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