Writing-About-Reading Frames Item: 198
After reading literature or information text, it’s common to have students generate a written response. These complex tasks are presented as an extended-response writing and follow a predictable structure. The Writing-About-Reading Frames include over two dozen typical prompts seen on standardized assessments. Organized by Narrative Writing, Literary Analysis, and Research Writing, teachers can plug in any title, author, concept, or plot information to generate a persuasive, argumentative, informative, or narrative response. Printed on heavy, 11" x 17" card stock
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