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Editorial writing prompts from previous years
Materials are created for one division: grades 6-8., general contest information.
The Editorial Writing Contest is designed to develop the persuasive writing skills of the participants. Students must advocate a specific point-of-view in response to a prompt. Sixth, seventh and eighth-grade students have 45 minutes in which to complete their editorials.
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Editorial Writing By Jeanne Acton, UIL and ILPC Journalism Director.
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