To give personal opinions about what is read (persuasion texts)
In this lesson we will think about how we can give our own opinions when we read. We will carefully go through the steps of saying what we think, finding evidence in the text and then explaining our reasons for this.
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Lesson summary: To give personal opinions about what is read (persuasion texts)
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