Common Core Writing Prompt Builder
Our Common Core Prompt Builder can help you create sophisticated prompts in minutes. Create prompts that align to the academic rigor and expectations found in Common Core College and Career Readiness standards for reading and writing.
LiteracyTA’s Prompt Builder provides the support educators need to create text-dependent as well as open ended prompts. Since crafting a good writing task can be a challenge at times, consider using one of Natalie’s templates to get you started. To make this even easier, you can edit all the templates so that they work with what you are teaching.
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You might want to provide one or two introductory sentences about the text, the context in which the text was written, or provide a context from which the student must write.
Get started with some of our sample prompts.
- Original Argument 1
- Original Argument 2
- Original Argument 3
- Pro/Con Performance Task with Multiple Stimuli
- Analyzing an Argument 1
- Analyzing an Argument 2
- Cause and Effect
- Compare and Contrast 1
- Compare and Contrast 2
- Compare and Contrast 3
- Compare and Contrast 4
- Problem and Solution 1
- Problem and Solution 2
- Problem and Solution 3
- Summarizing an Argument
- Summarizing Main Ideas
- Synthesizing Sources
- Do you agree or disagree?
- Is the author optimistic?
- Who is the intended audience?
- Why this topic is important?
- Credibility of the argument.
- Analyzing Theme
- Analyzing Fictional Characters
- Analyzing Story/Poetry Structure
- Analyzing Point of View
W3 Narrative Essay
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Sample text-dependent Prompts
Common Core Writing Prompts
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