Narrative
Comparative Argument
Persuasive Letter
Mystery Prompt
Random
100
What is in the opening of a narrative essay?
Characters and setting
100
What is in the opening of a comparative argument?
A hook and then a statement saying which thing you like better.
100
Write the opening of a persuasive letter
Dear ___________, I am writing you because ______________________.
100
What kind of prompt is this? Write a letter to your teacher explaining which location, the French Quarter or Baton Rogue you would rather take a field trip to. Use details from the text to help you support your opinion.
Comparative Argument
100
Pretend you are editing and revising your rough draft. Name three things you should look for.
Any of the following: Spelling, run-ons, interesting words, paragraphs, repeating, transitions, all parts of the essay, periods, commas, subject/verb agreement
200
What is in the closing of a narrative essay?
Lesson learned or a look to the future.
200
What must you include to get Basic after you write your detail from the text? Pretend this is your detail: Plus, I would want to go to Mount Vernon because you get to see George Washington's fake teeth. Add in what would need to come next.
Your opinion!
200
Prompt: Write a letter to your school principal to convince her to add in an arts program after school. Use details from the text to help support your argument. What would be described in the description paragraph?
What the art program would be like.
200
What kind of prompt is this? Think of a kind of club you would like to be involved in after school. Write a letter to your teacher explaining what club you would like to have and why this club would be worth having.
Persuasive Letter
200
Use the dictionary to find the correct spelling for the word Ms. Hickerson says out loud
300
Draw a narrative brainstorm outline
300
Draw a comparative argument brainstorm
300
Draw a persuasive letter brainstorm
300
What kind of prompt is this? Draw the brainstorm for it too. As you read the article about cave divers, imagine what it would be like to be a cave diver for a day. Write a story for your teacher about diving into a cave.
Narrative
300
Correct this sentence: Would you rather new york city or washington dc. My friends and me would rather new york city.
Would you rather go to New York City of Washington DC. My friends and I would rather go to New York City.
400
Draw a brainstorm outline and write the opening for the following prompt: Read the article about African wild dogs. After reading, write a story for your teacher in which the African wild dog is a character. Remember to use details from the text.
400
Draw a brainstorm and write an opening for the following prompt. Write an essay for your teacher explaining which holiday, Thanksgiving or Christmas is more meaningful. Use details from the text to support your opinion.
What holiday is more meaningful to you? Christmas or Thanksgiving. Although this might seem like a tough question, I believe that Christmas is more meaningful.
400
Write an opening and draw the graphic organizer for the following prompt: Write a letter to your mother convincing her to buy you the new Wii. Use details from the text to help you write your essay.
Dear mom, I am writing you because I really want you to buy me the new Wii.
400
What kind of prompt is this? Draw the brainstorm and write the opening. Prompt: Imagine that your teacher has told you that your class can either visit Washington DC or New York City for a week. Write a multiparagraph essay explaining which city you would rather go to on a field trip.
Comparative argument. Where would you rather spend a week with your class? New York City or Washington DC. I would rather spend a week in New York City.
400
Look up 2 other words for "hard," as in, "The test was hard."
Difficult, challenging
500
CHALLENGE! You will be given a handout and a brainstorm. All members need to complete this full out brainstorm for the team to get these points.
500
CHALLENGE! You will be given a handout and a brainstorm. All members need to complete this full out brainstorm for the team to get these points.
500
CHALLENGE! You will be given a handout and a brainstorm. All members need to complete this full out brainstorm for the team to get these points.
500
CHALLENGE! You will be given a handout and a brainstorm. All members need to complete this full out brainstorm for the team to get these points.
500
Read the essay on the board. Come up with one thing this person did well and two things they could improve to get a higher score.
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