Write some really “sweet” Valentine’s Day essays with our differentiated Persuasive - Opinion Writing Essay pack.
Looking for Some Sweet Opinion Writing Prompts?
The Teach Starter team is excited to introduce our sweet new Valentine’s Day Opinion and Persuasive Writing Pack! This comprehensive printable pack is the perfect addition to your writing class this Valentine’s Day.
How to Write a Persuasive or Opinion Essay – Resource Pack
With a variety of instructional materials, graphic organizers, and writing templates, your students will have everything they need to write a convincing and engaging persuasive essay. The pack includes step-by-step instructions for brainstorming and organizing ideas, a printable Opinion Writing anchor chart, and different opinion writing prompts to inspire creativity. The writing prompts we’ve included are
- What is the best Valentine’s Day treat?
- What is the best gift to get on Valentine’s Day?
- Which is better: conversation hearts or chocolate?
The anchor chart and graphic organizers will help students organize their thoughts and ideas, making the writing process more structured and manageable. The writing templates provide a clear and easy-to-follow format for students to use as they write their essays.
We’ve differentiated everything in this pack! Differentiated versions of the following pages have been included
- Essay Planning – Heart Map
- Hamburger Paragraph Writing Plan – We’ve included a two- and three-reason version of this organizer.
- Outline of a Persuasive Essay Organizer – We’ve included a two-reason version and a three-reason version of this planning sheet.
- Printable Lined Paper – We’ve included wide-ruled paper for littles and narrow-ruled pages for older students.
Download and Print Your Persuasive Writing Prompts and Resources
This pack is differentiated for students of varying abilities and grade levels, making it a valuable resource for any classroom. It’s a great way to wrap up your Valentine’s Day lesson plans and help your students improve their writing skills.
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This resource was created by Anna Helwig, a teacher in Arizona and Teach Starter collaborator.
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