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What's Your Point? Reading and Writing Opinions Teacher's Resource Guide, Grade 3
What's Your Point? Reading and Writing Opinions Teacher's Resource Guide, Grade 3
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What's Your Point?

What's Your Point? Reading and Writing Opinions Teacher's Resource Guide, Grade 3

What's Your Point? As readers and listeners, we need to think critically when we read or hear arguments and opinions to determine the writer's point. Has the writer supported his or her point? As writers and speakers, we need to be sure that when we deliver arguments and opinions, we support them to make them credible. What strategies help us think critically? What strategies help us write arguments and opinions with power and purpose? The resources in What's Your Point? address these crucial questions. In this teacher's resource guide, you will find: Strategies that connect reading, writing, spreaking, and listening to arguments and opinions and to the Common Core State Standards. Lessons for each of the student books that allow students to think critically about opinions, to focus on craft and conventions, to respond, and to write. Tips that will allow you to create an environment for successful writing in third grade. A guide to the importance of modeling and a solid plan to

Text TypeProcedural Text
Page Count48
SeriesWhat's Your Point? Reading and Writing Opinions
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Hillary Wolfe

Hillary Wolfe

Hillary Wolfe began her career as a journalist and advertising copywriter before earning multiple- and single-subject teaching credentials. As a published author, she brought a writer’s perspective to reading instruction, which served her well as a reading and writing resource specialist (elementary) and literacy teacher (high school). Her students’ high pass rates on state tests earned her the position of Intervention Coordinator for an urban high school, where she built a program that helped more than 1,000 students raise their scores in reading, writing, and math. Her work was documented in School Library Journal (2008). She has published articles on education as a columnist and correspondent for local and national newspapers and magazines as well as authored Writing Strategies for the Common Core: Integrating Reading Comprehension into the Writing Process (3-5 and 6-8). Hillary Wolfe rejoined the publishing world as an editor and curriculum writer, working on more than 40 professional books and curriculum resources and earning Distinguished Achievement awards from the AEP. As an Academic Officer, Hillary provided ELA coaching and professional development, and coordinated CCSS program implementations in districts around the country and internationally (in American Samoa). She also presented at national conferences on how to incorporate literacy skills into content-area instruction. She earned her master’s degree in educational leadership from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and currently works as a district coordinator for curriculum, instruction, and assessment.

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