Persuasive Writing Unit

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A detailed lesson plan and resources for a week of persuasive writing.
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Last Updated: Apr 19, 2024
A wonderful week of Literacy lessons planned and resourced here for Year 4 Persuasive Writing.

This is week 1 of persuasive writing unit which I did last year and have made some improvements. It immerses children in persuasive language and techniques to persuade their reader.

These lessons are based around 'Charlie and the Chocolate Factory' and by the end of the week, children will create their own advertisement for a new chocolate product.

Children are taught to use:
*snappy slogans
*tempting benefits
*eye-catching illustrations and writing

This resource package comes with a wealth of resources to ensure that all children understand and utilize the persuasive techniques needed to sell a product. (On the plus side, it's about a chocolate product, which keeps it interesting for them).

Prepositions are taught as a starter also to incorporate SPAG into the week of Literacy. 

This package included:
-a clear, detailed lesson plan
-3 different powepoints
-printable advertisements to annotate
-illustrations for children's products
-success criteria
-planning grid

Please leave a review and let me know what you found useful or not and I'll be happy to update the resource.
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