Search 7th Grade W.6.10 Nonfiction Writing Educational Resources

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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #4
Respond to a Quote: Prompt #4
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #4
Students are asked to think critically and hone their reflective writing skills with this thoughtful writing prompt based on a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. quote.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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Writing New Year’s Resolutions
Writing New Year’s Resolutions
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Writing New Year’s Resolutions
Get students looking ahead and setting goals for themselves in the new year with this resolutions writing worksheet.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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Would You Rather? Prompt #1
Would You Rather? Prompt #1
Worksheet
Would You Rather? Prompt #1
Give your students a chance to voice their opinion and practice their writing skills with this fun “would you rather” writing prompt!
7th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Argument Writing Graphic Organizer: Should It Be Allowed?
Argument Writing Graphic Organizer: Should It Be Allowed?
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Argument Writing Graphic Organizer: Should It Be Allowed?
Use this graphic organizer to help students build critical thinking skills as they plan an argumentative essay about whether people or organizations should be allowed to do certain things.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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Would You Rather? Prompt #2
Would You Rather? Prompt #2
Worksheet
Would You Rather? Prompt #2
Give students a chance to voice their opinion and practice their writing skills with this fun “would you rather” writing prompt.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #3
Respond to a Quote: Prompt #3
Worksheet
Respond to a Quote: Prompt #3
Give students another opportunity to think critically and practice their writing skills with this engaging writing prompt, featuring a quote by Helen Keller.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
What’s Your Argument? Internet Access
What’s Your Argument? Internet Access
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What’s Your Argument? Internet Access
Should all people have a right to internet access? Argue your stance in this argument writing prompt worksheet and rubric for middle school!
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #1
Respond to a Quote: Prompt #1
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #1
Give your students a chance to think critically and practice their writing skills with this engaging writing prompt.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Argument Writing Graphic Organizer: Should It Be Required?
Argument Writing Graphic Organizer: Should It Be Required?
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Argument Writing Graphic Organizer: Should It Be Required?
Help students hone their argument writing skills with this writing worksheet and graphic organizer.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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What’s Your Story? My Favorite Person
What’s Your Story? My Favorite Person
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What’s Your Story? My Favorite Person
In this nonfiction writing worksheet, students will practice their narrative writing techniques as they draft a story about their favorite person
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #2
Respond to a Quote: Prompt #2
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #2
Give students an opportunity to think critically and practice their writing skills with this thoughtful writing prompt based on a Nelson Mandela quote.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
Argument Writing Graphic Organizer: Solving Problems
Argument Writing Graphic Organizer: Solving Problems
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Argument Writing Graphic Organizer: Solving Problems
Use this sixth-grade graphic organizer worksheet to plan an argumentative essay about whether more should be done to solve a problem facing our society.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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Narrative Writing Graphic Organizer: Working Hard to Earn Something
Narrative Writing Graphic Organizer: Working Hard to Earn Something
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Narrative Writing Graphic Organizer: Working Hard to Earn Something
Young writers reflect on a time they worked hard to earn something! Kick off the writing process with this narrative writing graphic organizer.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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Narrative Writing Graphic Organizer: Learning From Mistakes
Narrative Writing Graphic Organizer: Learning From Mistakes
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Narrative Writing Graphic Organizer: Learning From Mistakes
Build your growth mindset while planning a personal narrative!
7th grade
Reading & Writing
Worksheet
What’s Your Story? My Most Memorable Day
What’s Your Story? My Most Memorable Day
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What’s Your Story? My Most Memorable Day
Get students thinking, reflecting, and writing with this middle school narrative writing prompt and rubric!
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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What’s Your Argument? Outdoor Time
What’s Your Argument? Outdoor Time
Worksheet
What’s Your Argument? Outdoor Time
Are kids today spending enough time outdoors?  Make your case in this argument writing prompt worksheet and rubric for middle grades!
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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What’s Your Story? An Accidental Discovery
What’s Your Story? An Accidental Discovery
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What’s Your Story? An Accidental Discovery
Give blossoming authors a chance to practice their creative writing skills with this realistic fiction writing prompt and standards-based rubric.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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Would You Rather? Prompt #3
Would You Rather? Prompt #3
Worksheet
Would You Rather? Prompt #3
Give young writers a chance to voice their opinion and practice their writing skills with this fun “would you rather” writing prompt!
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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Respond to a Topic: National Hobby Month (January)
Respond to a Topic: National Hobby Month (January)
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Respond to a Topic: National Hobby Month (January)
Students read background information about January as National Hobby Month and then respond to reflective questions.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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What’s Your Story? Doing the Impossible
What’s Your Story? Doing the Impossible
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What’s Your Story? Doing the Impossible
Use this inspirational personal narrative prompt and standards-based rubric to help middle schoolers hone their narrative writing skills.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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Informational Essay: Getting Organized Before Writing
Informational Essay: Getting Organized Before Writing
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Informational Essay: Getting Organized Before Writing
Students will continue their informational writing project by organizing the information they gathered through research. They will use a graphic organizer to organize their ideas and sort their research notes into meaningful sections.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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Informational Essay: Creating an Outline for a Draft
Informational Essay: Creating an Outline for a Draft
Lesson Plan
Informational Essay: Creating an Outline for a Draft
Students will continue their informational writing project by creating an essay outline prior to drafting.
7th grade
Reading & Writing
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