Write an informational paragraph while creating a craft! Your third grade, fourth grade, or fifth grade students will love using this sandwich analogy to build a better paragraph. As they move through the writing process, kids write topic, detail, and concluding sentences on hamburger parts. They then create more parts for elaboration, word choice, and transitions. Expository writing has never been so much fun!
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Teaching or review comma usage rules? This set of 8 mini-posters will be an eye-catching accent to your classroom walls. Each mini-poster has a comma rule with example sentence(s). Rules covered are: Items in a series, quotations, introductory information, transitions, appositives, conjunctions, adjectives before a noun, city/state and dates. Poster set includes three color choices: teal/blue, grey, and orange…
$8.00 From this Power Point presentation, high school or college students will learn how to revise an essay in order to clarify their ideas, to make connections between those ideas, and to increase the readability of their work. The presentation focuses on 6 crucial essay revision areas: quality of evidence, organization, transitions, sentence fluency, word choice, and voice. It includes many examples for each area.
These study guides are the size of a task card but don't let the size fool you! You'll get the organizational pattern for each type of essay plus transition, definition, example and anecdote sentence starters! My Special Needs middle schoolers love these because they are small and are far from overwhelming.