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This is a great visual to teach opinion writing. I think I am going to use it with the prompt: What is the best way to eat an oreo cookie. Each student will then get an oreo as well.

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*Persuasive writing.. just take off the "I am writing to" lesd... that's a given. Obviously you are writing about your opinions!

Persuasive OREO Writing: Great idea for middle school! The students could even be given Oreos as a treat. It's a way easier way to explain persuasive papers to a younger crowd. I also feel that it could maybe only be a prop because any paper writing require more attention and more description than that.

This opinion writing unit meets Common Core Standards. Students will write about what they think is the best fruit and the best outdoor activity. This writing packet would be great to teach along with a health and nutrition unit.

Another fun way to use Oreos in the class! But now we are using Oreo for a persuasive essay graphic organizer. 4.W.1 Write opinion pieces on topic or texts, supporting a point of view with reasons and information.

I have no doubt… The truth is… It will be clearly seen…I fail to agree… I am convinced that … I believe you should know that… I agree wholeheartedly…I strongly oppose… I find it offensive…It would be a disservice… I fail to agree… it stands to reason…it goes without saying… speaks for itself…apparently... boldly...

Argument Writing - love this written, as it applies to modern and traditional!

My Opinion Matters in writing. To review what they did in fifth grade; next step is to compare this to argumentative so they see difference.