A fun way to teach or practice writing persuasive essays during the month of December! Students have to convince Santa if they have been naughty or nice! Easy paragraph is outlined step-by-step and this pack includes a brainstorming sheet, Christmas writi
Help your students learn the art of persuasive writing with this short story where a student is trying to convince his principal that school is July would be a bad idea! After reading the story, students answer questions about what the writing piece.
This anchor chart activity is an example of critical literacy in the classroom. Here, students will learn how to critically analyze texts, more specifically, what the author is trying to say. This activity will help students understand that different texts portray different messages and as an audience we must be critical the meaning or purpose of these texts. These skills also apply to media literacy as media messages are always intended at a specific audience and may not always be accurate.
What a wonderful world persuasion is! In this FREE lesson, students will get familiar with Aristotle's three rhetorical appeals for persuasion- Logos, Ethos, and Pathos. With an informational activity sheet, along with a *Sell Me This Pen* worksheet, students will find current examples of an ancient concept in modern commercials, as well as state their own case by selling an item they carry with them every day!
Students will listen to and discuss the book and then choose an animal they would like to be. They then fill out a Job Application as that animal to be a part of Santa's reindeer team. That information is used to write a persuasive letter to Santa listing at least three reasons why their animals would make a great additio...