Scaffold your students' writing experiences with a template for the body paragraph and bulleted instructions for the introduction and conclusion. Suitable for a central idea essay or Part 3 of the NYS CC ELA Regents exam.
Informational/ nonfiction texts that help students interpret information presented visually and quantitatively in charts, graphs, diagrams, timelines, and maps. Table of Contents*This product includes 12 leveled passages in the 4th-5th Grade Common Core Text Complexity Band (the range for 4th-5th gr
Plot and summarization using "The Flowers" by Alice Walker.
I introduce plot with my "Paul the Plot Man," where each part of his body represents an element of plot (ex: top of head = climax because the top of your head is important)
Then, students do a prereading activity, during reading stop and
EDITABLE WORD DOCUMENT.
-- PART A: INTRODUCTORY AND CONCLUDING PARAGRAPHS
DIRECTIONS: Select the multiple choice option that best introduces or concludes the following body paragraph. Fully read the body paragraph. Then, select your answer.
-- PART B: COHERENT PARAGRAPHS