Like a CTA or "Call to Action" on a website, a Challenge is a part of the concluding paragraph of an essay. While a Grabber or Hook lures the reader into the beginning of an essay, Challenges leave the reader thinking about an essay, and even may prompt the reader to take action.
Help students learn the art of writing powerful Challenges at the end of their essays with this quick one-page lesson handout and two-page worksheet practice! Students are given examples of three kinds of challenges, then are prompted to create their own using sample essay topics for practice.
Perfect for Reading and Writing workshops, centers, and whole-class or small group instruction!
Includes both PRINTABLE and DIGITAL VERSIONS for Distance Learning and In-Person Classrooms.