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MR. HOLLETT PRESENTS Grade Types of Writing

Opinion Writing Narrative Writing Informative Writing

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MR. HOLLETT PRESENTS

3rd Grade Types of Writing!!

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What are the types of writing??

•Opinion Writing•Narrative Writing• Informative Writing

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Who wants to watch a video?

Watch the video carefully to learn about different reasons to write.

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Opinion WritingThis may also be called Persuasive Writing or Argumentation Writing.1. Identify a topic (Your

Opinion)2. Gather facts or strong

reasons to support your topic.

3. Organize your ideas in a way that makes sense.

4. Think about other authors’ points of view.

Opinion Writing

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Let’s try an example!!

My Opinion is: Pizza is the perfect food!!!

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Now I need to support my opinion with facts or good reasons. Think of some to see if they match any of mine.

• Pizza can be made several ways.• You can put just about anything on a

pizza.• It can be eaten with out using forks or

spoons.• It can be delivered to your house!!• It can be eaten hot or cold.

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Narrative Writing

This type of writing tells a story. It can be fiction or nonfiction. This is my favorite type of writing!!!A good narrative has a beginning, middle, and end. Good narrative authors use transition words and phrases when they write. Narrative Writing Examples

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Narrative WritingNarrative stories should include the following components.

Characters

Setting

Plot (Events)

Climax (Turning Point)

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Narrative

WritingLet’s look at a story map. This is an organizer that can help us map out our stories.

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Narrative

WritingHere are a few types of Narrative Writing!!!• Fairy Tales• Science Fiction• Personal Narratives• Historical Narratives• Mysteries

Writing Examples

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INFORMATIVE WRITING

This type of writing can also be called Expository Writing.

Informative writing gives us information. We can learn from it!!!!Informative Writing

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INFORMATIVE WRITING

How-to writing• Tells us how to make or

do something.• Uses transition words

like: First, Next, Then, Last.

• Are directions or steps.

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INFORMATIVE WRITING

Writing to Inform:This type of Informative Writing tells us about something. Some examples include:• Autobiographies• Biographies• Research Reports

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Quiz Time!!!

What type of writing tells a fictional story?

Narrative writing!!

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Quiz Time!!!What are two things I need to gather for Opinion Writing?

• Facts• Strong

ReasonsWhen would I use Informative Writing?• To inform someone how to make or do

something• To tell us factual information about

something