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Common Core: W.4.1a

Lessonset 4th grade argumentative writing: crafting a persuasive speech

Brainstorming, drafting,and revising a persuasive speech.
  1. Develop a strong thesis statement for a persuasive speech

    Develop a strong thesis statement for a persuasive speech

    Common Core: W.4.1a | by: Shannan Bernal

    In this lesson you will learn how to develop a strong thesis statement for your persuasive speech by revising your thoughts into statements

  2. Develop supporting ideas

    Develop supporting ideas

    Common Core: W.4.1b | by: Shannan Bernal

    In this lesson you will learn how to develop supporting ideas by using personal experiences

  3. Hook your audience with an anecdote

    Hook your audience with an anecdote

    Common Core: W.4.1a | by: Shannan Bernal

    In this lesson you will learn how to pull in your reader with a strong opening by sharing a short anecdote

  4. Prove your point using true examples from real life

    Prove your point using true examples from real life

    Common Core: W.4.1b | by: Shannan Bernal

    In this lesson you will learn how to prove your point by adding true examples.

  5. Use transition words and phrases in a persuasive speech

    Use transition words and phrases in a persuasive speech

    Common Core: W.4.1c | by: Shannan Bernal

    In this lesson you will learn how to extend your reasons for your opinion by using transitional phrases

  6. Revise the order of paragraphs in arugmentative writing

    Revise the order of paragraphs in arugmentative writing

    Common Core: W.4.5 | by: Shannan Bernal

    In this lesson you will learn how to reconsider the order of your of your paragraphs by determining a logical and connected journey of thought

  7. Draft a strong conclusion

    Draft a strong conclusion

    Common Core: W.4.1d | by: Shannan Bernal

    In this lesson, you will learn how to conclude your essay by leaving your reader with a "NIP."รน