Want exclusive freebies for grades ? Click here! Here are some of my favorite persuasive writing anchor charts that I have used to help my struggling writers write strong, detailed persuasive papers. These charts contain a lot of sentence stems and step by step directions for each paragraph. It may seem a bit formulaic in nature, but once the students feel comfortable, they will branch out and add their own style and unique voice. Here is a brainstorming poster.
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Thanks Amy!! I needed something like this to keep me in check!! I'm not the best writer, so writing is not my favorite thing to teach. I tend to forget something because I want to get it over with!! I love your ideas!
When it comes to writing, many kids struggle to get their ideas down on paper. Try some of these ideas in your classroom to give your kids the writing support they need. First and second graders will draw inspiration from this fun-filled anchor chart about why we write. Make this chart applicable to older students by expanding on each aspect with a specific audience or goal. Learn more: Cara Carroll.