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Persuasion Points: 82  Strategic Exercises for Writing High-Scoring Persuasive Essays
Persuasion Points: 82  Strategic Exercises for Writing High-Scoring Persuasive Essays
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Persuasion Points: 82 Strategic Exercises for Writing High-Scoring Persuasive Essays

Persuasion Points answers those questions for secondary teachers, helping you seamlessly teach the explicit elements of high-scoring persuasive essays, which are so important for end-of-course writing examinations, state assessments, advanced courses, and national college-entrance tests. These 82 ready-to-go strategic exercises save you time and make writing instruction easy to incorporate in your instructional hour. Author Brian Backman includes: writing exercises for students, with teacher notes and reference sheets; tools to help students practice drafting, revising, and editing their essays while infusing elements of style; practice essays for students to score against a rubric; and skill-sharpening games and activities for the whole class; questions for close reading; a glossary of terms; and 101 writing prompts. With Persuasion Points, your students will be able to tackle any persuasive writing task with confidence!

 
  
Interest LevelGrades 6-12
  
  
ISBN978-1-934338-77-3
PublisherMaupin House
BrandMaupin House
Copyright2010
  
Page Dimensions8 1/2" x 11"
Page Count248
LanguagesEnglish
Paperback
School/Library Price
$24.94
 


 
 
Brian Backman

Brian Backman

Brian Backman has taught high-school English for twenty years in the seaside town of Anacortes, Washington. His interest in developing writing strategies that work for all students began ten years ago when he started teaching Advanced Placement English Language and Composition. His previous two books are: Thinking in Threes: The Power of Three in Writing (2005) and Building Sentence Skills: Tools for Writing the Amazing English Sentence (2003). He earned his bachelor’s degree in English and his master’s degree in curriculum and instruction from Seattle Pacific University. Brian lives in Anacortes, Washington, with his wife, Joy, and two sons, Sam and Max.   Click here to visit Brian’s blog: www.worddaze.blogspot.com.

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