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Persuade Me in Five Slides! Creating Persuasive Digital Stories

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Persuade Me in Five Slides!  Creating Persuasive Digital Stories

Grades 6 – 12
Estimated Time Four 50-minute sessions
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Kathy Wickline

Kathy Wickline

Tolono, Illinois


National Council of Teachers of English


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Tabatha Coller

July 06, 2017

Can not wait to teach this lesson when the new school term starts!!


Melanie Harper

January 04, 2015

I love this activity! I'm coming back to the classroom after being out for 8 years as a stay-at-home mom/administrator. I am looking for ways to incorporate more technology into my lessons. Which platform did you recommend your students use for this activity? I noticed you mentioned Brainshark...any others? Thank you so much!
I also welcome any other ideas/websites to use on devices or for assignments. I will be teaching English II and English II - Pre-AP...



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