Presentation on theme: "Compare Persuasion and Common Core Argument/Opinion Writing “Unpack” your grade level Opinion Writing Standard Utilize an Opinion Writing Graphic Organizer."— Presentation transcript:
Compare Persuasion and Common Core Argument/Opinion Writing “Unpack” your grade level Opinion Writing Standard Utilize an Opinion Writing Graphic Organizer Analyze a Vertical Alignment of the Opinion Writing Standard Develop a plan to utilize the ELA Shifts during Opinion Writing instruction 4d
Opinion WritingIs a developing form ofArgument Writing
1a, 1e, 4a Convince the principal whether or not students should be graded on how they behave in school. Write an opinion letter to your principal. Do you think flavored milk should be served in the school cafeteria? Use information from the articles provided to support your opinion.
Persuasion Based on emotional appeals to audience Less rigorous- written from experience and emotion. Does not require text evidence Argument/Opinion Based on logic with a claim and evidence More rigorous- written using evidence, facts, and may contain a counterclaim What is a counterclaim?
To change or influence the reader’s point of view To bring about some action on the reader’s part To ask the reader to accept the writer’s explanation or evaluation of a concept, issue, or problem
Conclusion: Opinion Writing Graphic Organizer Richard Roeper thought Frozen was a good movie. Gorgeous animation Memorable characters Filled with action, heart, and energy
Opinion Writing Graphic Organizer Richard Roeper thought Frozen was a good movie. Gorgeous animation Memorable characters Filled with action, heart, and energy Anna’s sister, Elsa is the Ice Queen Vibrant colors 3-D animation Anna, is Elsa’s adoring sister The snowman, Olaf, is a scene stealer and comic relief Adventure story Show stopping songs
Difference between fact and opinion Point of view Supporting reasons/information Precise introductions Organizational structure The writing provides the writer’s point of view An introduction is provided so the reader understands the writer’s opinion The writing clearly states reasons in a logical format 1a, 1e
Analyze and discuss the Vertical Alignment of the Common Core Opinion Writing Standard 1a, 1b, 1c, 1e, 4a Referring only to the Common Core Opinion Writing Standard, collaborate with your table group to develop an Action Plan
What ELA Shifts will you utilize most as you teach Opinion Writing? How do you plan to utilize these ELA Shifts as you teach Opinion Writing? 1a, 1e, 4a
Benjamin, A. (2013). Big skills for the common core. Larchmont: Eye on Education. Davis, L. (2012). 8 Strategies for designing lesson plans to meet the CCSS opinion and argument writing requirements. Larchmont: Eye on Education. English Language Arts Standards. (n.d.). Retrieved August 19, 2013, from Common Core State Standards Initiative: 4d For additional recourses, please go to the Okaloosa Common Core Webpage: