Writing Prompts - The PROE Center

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Kindergarten
Before the Common Core
Each one of us is different.
What makes you
“amazing” and why.
1st Grade
Before the Common Core
We have read about how
our bodies are amazing. In
what special ways are you
amazing?
Kindergarten
After the Common Core
Use My Amazing Body to
draw, tell or write about
why the author thinks our
bodies are amazing.
1st Grade
After the Common Core
Use facts from the text to
describe how your body
uses the food you eat.
2nd – 3rd Grade
Before the Common Core
Why do you think it is
important to eat healthy
foods?
4th - 5th Grade
Before the Common Core
Why is it important to
maintain a healthy diet?
2nd – 3rd Grade
After the Common Core
Why does the author think it
is important to eat healthy
foods? Use reasons from
the text to support your
answer.
4th - 5th Grade
After the Common Core
Examine and describe the relationship
between proper nutrition and a healthy
lifestyle. Use facts, concrete details,
quotations, and other evidence from the
text to explain how this information
contributes to an understanding of overall
health.
6th – 12th Grade ELA
Before the Common Core
Write about a time you had to make
a difficult decision. Describe the
situation and the heroic qualities you
exhibited.
6th – 12th Grade Social Studies
Before the Common Core
Describe a time when you took
action in support of something you
strongly believed in. What were the
consequences of your actions?
6th – 12th Grade ELA
After the Common Core
Write a critical essay in which you discuss The
Odyssey and The Lost City of Z from the perspective
provided in the Critical Lens. In your essay:
– Provide a valid interpretation of the statement.
– Agree or disagree with the statement as you’ve
interpreted it.
–
Support your opinion using specific references from the
two works listed above.
6th – 12th Grade Social Studies
After the Common Core
Write a critical essay in which you discuss your
understanding of John Brown from the perspective
provided in the critical lens.
– Provide a valid interpretation of the statement.
– Agree or disagree with the statement as you’ve
interpreted it.
– Support your opinion using specific references from the
two works listed above.
6th – 12th Grade Science
Before the Common Core
Describe the function of
the various structures within
a cell.
6th – 12th Grade Science
After the Common Core
Select a bio ethics article to read. Write a critical
essay in which you discuss the article you have
chosen and The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks from
the perspective provided in the quote.
– Provide a valid interpretation of the quote.
– Agree or disagree with the quote as you’ve interpreted it.
– Support your opinion using specific references from the
two works listed above.
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