Yesterday, I unveiled the March Madness Reading for Information lesson plan along with a March Madness writing assignment. Today, I’m going to toss in a rubric for the 4-paragraph essay.
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Here are some links to support some of the requirements of this essay.
- How to Write the Introduction to an Essay
- How to Hook the Reader in the Introduction of an Essay
- How to Write a Conclusion
- How to Use Evidence in Writing
I also have a nice, little pdf on teaching the types of essays. It includes “How to Write a Persuasive Essay,” “How to Write a Cause and Effect Essay” and “How to Write a Problem/Solution Essay.” Each lesson contains common core objectives, instructions, notes, and a graphic organizer. It’s $2.50. If you prefer, you can pick up a similar set of lessons for “How to Write an Article Critique,” “How to Write an Informational Article,” “How to Write a Literary Analysis” and “How to Write a Tall Tale” for a $1.50.Share This: