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TELPAS Writing Collections 12-13
Transcript of TELPAS Writing Collections 12-13
and reflective pieces Examples: Compare events or characters in text to self, other texts, or world Analyze character changes, motivations, traits, etc. Compare story variants (movie version, Cinderella adaptations, True Story of 3 Little Pigs, etc.) Write persuasively to influence reader to take an action Writing responses providing text evidence to demonstrate understanding (inferences, predictions, conclusions, etc.) Type 6 Expository or procedural writing from science, math, or social studies Examples: Science Math Social Studies Type 6 - Science Sample Prompt Ideas Explain a scientific process you've learned about Explain the steps in a scientific investigation or experiment you've done Write about a recent topic studied in science class Write about why lab safety rules are important Write about how to use a specific science tool Write about a way to solve a problem outside of school using math Explain the steps in a math process (order of operations, long division, comparing fractions, generating proportions, etc.) Reflect on the thinking you did to solve a math problem Write about something you've learned in math class Type 6 - Math Sample Prompt Ideas Type 6 - Social Studies Sample Prompt Ideas Writing about a historical figure, the person's contributions or significance, etc. Write an expository piece about an important historical or current event Defend a point of view about a government policy or controversial issue Write a persuasive piece to influence a change in policy or law at least two samples of Type 6 writing are REQUIRED for each collection