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Slide Opening Graphic of this Speech Therapy - Social Skills website Lisa Flowers of Communication Acceleration Speech Language Therapy WRITING SKILLS WORKSHEETS This straightforward, easy-to-follow outline provides students with a scaffold from which they can write their own movie reviews. An introduction paragraph, a plot summary and characters paragraph, a critique paragraph, and a conclusion paragraph are outlined and broken down. KEEP READING
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Writing Skills: Movie Reviews

Writing a movie review is often a motivating task for students since they get to choose a movie for which they have strong feelings, whether positive or negative. At one of my student’s insistence I actually watched Sharknado (don’t do it!). This user-friendly outline allows students to write an organized and comprehensive movie review, including an introductory paragraph, a plot summary and characters paragraph, a critique paragraph (in which students can discuss elements of the movie such as humor, cinematography, or realism), and a conclusion paragraph. The scaffold also includes examples of phrasing to help students start sentences and better express their thoughts.

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