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Use this digital Google back to school video writing assignment as a way to allow students to share the truth about their generation while also helping to improve their writing. In this paperless assignment, students will write an open letter discussing the seven greatest misunderstandings people have about their generation and why they are different than the way people perceive them.

This is a Google resource and students complete all the work on the computer. This works well with distance learning, 1:1 classrooms, remote teaching, Google Classroom, or online education. 

The best part is that your purchase comes with a hand-drawn video, created by the talented John Spencer, that introduces the assignment to hook students in! Watch the preview video on this page to get a sneak peek of the video included and download the preview to get a closer look at the assignment instructions, student information slides, pre-writing organizers, editing checklists included! There is absolutely no prep required to implement this lesson/assignment and absolutely everything is completed digitally!



• Students watch a hand-drawn video that introduces the assignment to students to help them consider the areas where other generations may have misunderstandings or misconceptions about their generation. This video is highly engaging and will hook your students immediately. Watch the video preview on the product page to get a sneak peek.

• Use the eye-catching Google Slides presentations to introduce the assignment in more detail to your class and guide you through each element of the assignment/lesson.

• Use the instructions, student information slide, pre-writing organizers, editing checklists to implement the writing assignment.



→ Introductory video ( Included in Google Slides – 1min 19sec)

→ Instructions

→ Google Slides to guide the lesson

→ Writing an open letter information slide

→ Brainstorming slide with prompting questions

→ Outlining slide (thesis, audience, purpose, main points, support, conclusion)

→ Editing and improving checklists

→ Final copy writing slides

→ Teacher rubric


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The videos and resources in this resource are for single-classroom use and are not to be uploaded to an open website in any format without permission from the creators. Please contact if you require more information.