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So What’s Your Opinion? . November 6, 2013 3 rd -5 th Grade. Meeting Norms. Be present Use technology appropriately. Today’s Purpose. Dig into the characteristics of W._.1. Share ready to use writing resources for your classroom from Kathy Bumgardner’s Writing for Success seminar. .

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So what s your opinion

So What’s Your Opinion?

November 6, 2013

3rd-5th Grade


Meeting norms

Meeting Norms

  • Be present

  • Use technology appropriately


Today s purpose

Today’s Purpose

  • Dig into the characteristics of W._.1.

  • Share ready to use writing resources for your classroom from Kathy Bumgardner’s Writing for Success seminar.


Group activity 1

Group Activity #1

What are the characteristics of opinion writing?

At your table answer the question using sticky notes. Then put the sticky notes on your chart. After discussing with your group, write a concluding sentence using

“Opinion writing is……”


Let s discuss

Let’s Discuss…

  • Are opinion writing and persuasive writing the same? Why or why not?

  • Do W.3.1, W.4.1, and W.5.1 focus on persuasive writing? Why or why not?

  • Are opinions required for persuasive writing? Why or why not?


W 1 anchor standard

W.1 Anchor Standard

Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.


Compare the standards

Compare the Standards

  • 3- state an opinion, provide reasons, and use linking words and phrases to connect them, provide concluding statement

  • 4- state an opinion, provide reasons, that are supported by facts and details and use words and phrases to link them, provide concluding statement

  • 5- state an opinion, provide logically ordered reasons supported by facts and details, and use words, phrases and clauses to link them, provide concluding statement


Logical argument vs p ersuasive writing

Logical argument vs. Persuasive writing

  • OPINION relies on logic.

    • Statement to the audience of the perceived merit and reasonableness of the claims and proofs offered.

  • ARGUMENT relies on logic

    • Convinces the audience because of the perceived merit and reasonableness of the claims and proofs offered.

  • PERSUASION relies on persuasive strategies

    • Appeals to audience’s self interest, sense of identity, emotions, credibility, or authority of the writer.


  • What the experts say

    What the experts say…

    Opinion/ Argument writing is defined as a “reasoned, logical way of demonstrating that the writer’s position, belief, or conclusion is valid through legitimate evidence…” It is intended to convince “the audience because of the perceived merit and reasonableness of the claims and proofs”…students are learning about “precision” and “accuracy” in stating their opinions using textual evidenceand valid and relevant resources as needed…

    Appendix A CCSS ELA


    So what types of opinion pieces can students write

    So what types of “opinion pieces” can students write?

    • Letters (to editor, principal, city leaders etc.)

    • Speeches

    • Proposals

    • Blogs

    • Reviews

    • Reading responses

      • i.e. favorite character, part, etc.

      • Questions based on text


    Let s take a closer took at opinion w riting samples

    Let’s take a closer took at opinion writing samples.


    Oreo resources

    OREO Resources

    O-RE-O

    Opinion Writing

    OPINION:

    Give your opinion

    REASON:

    Give a relevant reason for your opinion

    EXAMPLE:

    Give at least 1 example that supports your reason.

    OPINON:

    Restate your opinion.

    Double O-RE- RE-O

    Opinion Writing

    1- State Opinion

    2- Give Reason

    3- Give Example

    4- Give Reason

    5- Give Example

    6- Restate opinion


    Opinion walk

    Opinion Walk

    Opinion Walk Posters


    Opinion writing resources

    Opinion Writing Resources

    • http://www.achievethecore.org/page/503/common-core-argument-opinion-writing (explanations and samples)

    • http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/819983 (lessons and resources)

    • http://www.sbusd.org/Page/4420 (rubrics and resources)


    Writing resources

    Writing Resources

    • Writing Resources from Kathy Bumgardner


    Q c nl

    Q-C-NL

    Please complete the question, comment, and new learning sheet and turn in.


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