We found 28 resources with the concept persuasive text
Creating Persuasive and Effective Visuals
4th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
New ReviewAdvertisers know how to use persuasive techniques to create powerful visuals that inform and influence others. Class members examine these techniques and then demonstrate their knowledge as they craft posters, flyers, collages, etc. for...
W.11-12.1 Persuasive Writing: 11-12th Grade ELA Common Core
11th - 12th CCSS: Adaptable
Desmond Tutu advises, "Don't raise your voice, improve your argument." Resources that enable writers to improve their arguments can be found in this collection of unit plans, lessons, worksheets, and videos. Take a look at the attached notes for each resource to find the aligned Common Core Standards addressed by the resource.
W.9-10.1 Persuasive Writing: 9-10th Grade ELA Common Core
9th - 10th CCSS: Adaptable
Introduce your classes to the art of persuasive writing with a collection of materials that model how to introduce precise claims, how to support these claims with strong evidence, and how to use persuasive techniques to bolster their arguments. Take a look at the attached notes for each resource to find the aligned Common Core Standards for ninth and tenth grade writers.
Using TED Talks and Non-Print Texts to Address Reading and Speaking and Listening Standards
9th - 12th CCSS: Designed
Who says that reading has to involve text? Use non-print texts, including videos, TED talks, and podcasts in your classroom to teach skills associated with nonfiction reading, including evaluating claims, finding main ideas, and...
Abigail Adams: Persuading Her Husband
9th - 11th CCSS: Designed
After reading a brief excerpt from a letter written by Abigail Adams to her husband and future president of the United States, John Adams, your young historians will practice their reading comprehension skills and identify what Abigail...
Apply Post-Reading Skills and Discuss Persuasive Text
8th - 12th
Young scholars put their reading comprehension skills to practice. In this interpreting text lesson plan, students read "Chief Red Jacket's Reply," and then respond to questions that require them to reason, infer, and analyze the selection.