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MEL-Con stands for:Main IdeaEvidenceLink to TopicConclusionThis graphic organizer helps students to write a solid 1-paragraph argumentative essay. This is a 3-page Google Doc/Hyperdoc that includes directions, the graphic organizer, and a rubric that can be copy/pasted and adapted for your writing a
This resource provides guided practice for writing high quality, evidence-based paragraph responses by embedding text evidence into the MELCON paragraph structure. Each sentence provides an explanation of the purpose, guiding explanations of evidence-based statements, and a writing space for student
You might be looking for a Lord of the Flies by William Golding assignment or a good MELCon template. Or maybe you're trying to figure out if a template makes sense for writing. You don't have to look any further. Download the preview and see what a first-semester regular (not advanced) freshman pro
This resource contains a citations poster set (one plain and one with detailed citation examples) and 3 scaffolded student templates using the Mel-Con (ACTS/STAC) writing acronym developed by Jim Sherfirl to assist students in developing organized, structured, well-written paragraphs and full essays
Based on the MEL-Con graphic organizer designed by Jim Schiferl, this MEL-Con has been cleaned up to create more writing space for students, include a writing prompt box, and eliminate the color-coded boxes so that it can be readable after duplicated. As a graphic organizer, MEL-Con helps students o
Finally, a MEL-Con students can type directly into! The MEL-Con has been converted into a Microsoft Word form so that students can type their paragraphs into the graphic organizer. Based on the MEL-Con graphic organizer designed by Jim Schiferl, this MEL-Con has been cleaned up to create more writin
Students will complete the MEL-Con based on the writing prompt: How is the government in the Roman Republic and the United States of America similar? Completed example included Follow my store for updates, sales, and new downloads by clicking follow at the top of the page. Please take a moment to
Based on the MEL-Con graphic organizer designed by Jim Schiferl, this MEL-Con has been cleaned up to create more writing space for students, include a writing prompt box, and eliminate the color-coded boxes so that it can be readable after duplicated. As a graphic organizer, MEL-Con helps students o
Grades:
4th - 12th, Adult Education
MEL-Con graphic organizer for Lord of the Flies. Writing Prompt: Explain the process on how the LOTF boys lose their civility and become savage. Grading rubric included. Follow my store for updates, sales, and new downloads by clicking follow at the top of the page. Please take a moment to leave
Students will complete a MEL-Con with this writing prompt: How is the government in the Roman Republic different than the United States of America? Follow my store for updates, sales, and new downloads by clicking follow at the top of the page. Please take a moment to leave me feedback after downl
The MEL-Con (Main Idea, Elaboration, Link - Conclusion) Graphic Organizer is designed to simplify the process of writing an informational essay – subject material does not matter. Due to ease of use, students have used this graphic organizer to essays starting in 4th Grade all the way through 12th G
Grades:
4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
MEL-Con is a graphic organizer that helps students to write a paragraph with a topic sentence, evidence, and conclusion. This MEL-Con includes the writing prompt specific for Romeo and Juliet and pertains to foreshadowing. Follow my store for updates, sales, and new downloads by clicking follow at
Grades:
6th - 12th
MEL-Con outline and writing prompt for characterizing Atticus Finch. This assignment prompts students to choose textual evidence from the novel to explain what kind of person Atticus is. This is great practice for working with the text and thoroughly explaining ideas.
Purpose: Using a MEL-CON format, make a claim of Ana Rosa's personality trait.Technology/Resources: TEXT (The Color of my Words), and MEL-CON Graphic OrganizerHow to Teach this Lesson:Read “The Color of my Words” (Pages 1-30)Model with an exampleAssign the claimWrite about Ana Rosa using the graphic
Writing assignment for the novel Speak. Includes Mel-con style outline and paragraph sheet.
Students will complete the MEL-Con based on the writing prompt: : Based on the trial evidence, prove Tom Robinson’s innocence or guilt. Follow my store for updates, sales, and new downloads by clicking follow at the top of the page. Please take a moment to leave me feedback after downloading thi
Mel-Con style writing assignment with a pre-writing worksheet, outline, and writing prompt.
Grades:
8th - 12th
Outlines and prompts for Mel-con paragraphs on The Freedom Writers Diaries. Students are asked to use the text to support different claims. They are given sentence stems in the outline to help them fully explain how and why each quote they pick supports their ideas.
Grades:
9th - 11th
These guided notes correspond with the MEL-Con Flipped Classroom video listed in my selling items. There are teacher notes and student notes.
My English teacher counterparts and I developed this paragraph writing template after struggling using MEL-Con and Step Up to Writing templates with our freshmen. This produces stronger paragraphs, and our students use it with ease.
Use this bundle to teach the whole class argumentative writing or provide itto students who are struggling with the writing process. This bundle includes my MEL-Con and CER-Con graphic organizers that will help organize students to write a solid argumentative paragraph. For MEL-Con, I have included
This video goes over the different parts of an effective reading/extended response. Video Highlights: *Explains "I Can" Learning Targets for the lesson *Why learn MEL-Con? *Discusses the four building blocks of a reading response with an example Students will need the corresponding guided notes
A solid list of music and literature from 1970 to present is included, and students are asked to listen to/view each one and then find similarities. Students are asked to create a detailed MEL-Con outline from their findings.
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9th - 12th
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Incorporating specific, quoted textual evidence can add richness, elaboration, and sophistication to students' writing. This handy reference sheet provides four important tips for students to use when incorporating textual evidence into their writing. The handout also includes a sample paragraph, b

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