Writing Structure Worksheets To Print:
What Did You Think of That Book?
- Try to convince some one else to read a book that you like. Choose a book that you have read and write a review of it. Try to convince others
to read it. Fill out the following information to help you plan your review
Do You Believe in Luck? - Is
there really such a thing as luck? We give you a quick look at thoughts that surround it and then ask you opinion.
What's Your Topic? - Read each idea for a topic below. Color in the side of the scale that best describes the idea. Then,
on the line below it, improve the idea by making it either more general or more specific. Classify
the ideas as general or specific.
Organizing a Paragraph -
Choose one of the following topic sentences and write a paragraph to
develop the topic. The other sentences in your paragraph must tell
about the main topic. Develop the topic that is presented to you.
Get Paid to Say What You Think
- You are the movie critique. Movie critics get paid to give their opinions about new movies. Pretend that you are a movie critic for your local
newspaper. Think about a movie you have seen recently. Answer the questions below to help you organize your
What's Your Opinion?
- In this exercise you will write a paragraph expressing your opinion
about something that you care about.
Explain The Process
- Organize the paragraph in a way that will allow a reader to understand,
step by step, how to complete the process.
My Favorite Song
- What is your favorite song? Why is it your favorite? What do you like best
about it? Write a paragraph that will
convince your best friend to listen to
your favorite song.
Words or Pictures?
- Would you rather write or draw a picture? Why? Which do
you think expresses more, stories or
art? Support your answer with facts
or personal experience.
- Decide on a topic. Write your paragraph as if it is an advertisement,
a book review, or a letter to the editor of a newspaper or magazine.
Pro | Con -
Try writing a persuasive paragraph. Choose one of the controversial
topics below and make an argument that is either pro (for the topic)
or con (opposed to the topic).
Be Persuasive! -
Try writing a persuasive paragraph. Choose one of the writing prompts
Buy This Book! -
Write a paragraph about the best book you ever read, designed to convince
your customer to buy a copy of your favorite book.