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This two week writing unit has been taken out of Write On! Unit 4. If you already own Unit 4 of Write On (or the Write On Bundle), you do not need to purchase this unit! We have separated it for teachers who want to focus on paragraph writing. In this 2 week information writing unit your students will learn how to build a juicy paragraph with a topic sentence, details, explanations (for 3rd grade), and a closing sentence. The students will be taken through the writing process of Brainstormi
This is how you build a "YUMMY" paragraph! I think I have served the paragraph burger a thousand times in my classroom! This clip art set includes 22 images. There are 11 vibrant coloured images and 11 black and white image. If you like this set I'd love to have your feedback for my shop. I read every comment and greatly appreciate the time you take to give a rating. I am inspired by your comments for future clip art sets and love making sets that meet your creative needs. If you would li
Do your students struggle to come up with complete sentences with an introduction, details and a conclusion? Do they also forget to then check their work for structure, spelling, punctuation, finger spacing, and organization? Does it also seem like it can be boring to teach?Well, what if I said they could write five sentences independently AND have it be interactive?This product is a game-changer. It is an interactive way to write a complete paragraph with visuals. The product is set up to scaff
1st - 3rd
Paragraph Burger to aid with writing paragraphs 2 versions (details and evidence) includes visual self checklist
This easy-to-use lesson--in digital and print formats-- teaches students how to write a solid paragraph response to an essay question AND keeps them actively engaged (though maybe slightly hungry.) This lesson, which compares the parts of a paragraph to a hamburger, has been a key component of my writing program for nearly two decades. The lesson, which includes a PowerPoint and student handouts, helps students identify what a solid, well-written paragraph looks like; gives them five sure-fire
Paragraph Writing : Burger Paragraph : Building a burger has always been a favorite way to teach the components of a detailed paragraph. This lesson can also later be expanded to teach multiple paragraphs.Includes a burger wall display, a matching visual graphic organizer to help students stay focused on their main topic, a student poster, and writing paper. This PDF Includes:- Large Burger Components for Wall Display- Student Poster- Graphic Organizer- Writing PaperAvailable in color or blac
This kid friendly graphic organizer may be used to help students plan their paragraph. Students will learn that the first and conclusion sentence is required to hold all the supporting details together just like the top and bottom bun are needed to hold the burger and toppings together.
This workshop / lesson is about expository writing; it will help your students learn how to write an expository paragraph about a historical place (then about anything). It teaches them how to put some pieces of information together to make a good paragraph using the burger method - topic sentence, supporting sentences and concluding sentence-.There are three main parts:Part1: it is the presentation part since it shows the students how this works. It shows how to write an expository paragraph u
Burger Paragraphs is the perfect way to remind students what they need to include to make a success paragraph.
3rd - 12th
This graphic organizer/mini lesson will help students remember the structure of a strong body paragraph. By adding the visual of a burger - students can better understand and visualize how a body paragraph should be structured. So many students struggle with writing organization so this is a fun way to teach this topic in the classroom. This google slide comes with an editable burger (if you wish to change anything you can) and a fixed burger. Additionally, there is a burger on a separate slide
The perfect fully cuttable...or ready to hang poster to help your students remember the key parts of a complete paragraph (introduction, details, conclusion), using the parts of a juicy burger! This and be cut our or left as is. Students love it and it has been a "staple" poster in my classroom during writing time. The full "poster" size with all the pieces linked together measures a little over 40 inches in height and fit all 8.5x11 printable papers. COMES WITH A FREE...8.5x2.5 inch chart st
10 paragraph prompts with hamburger and s'mores graphic organizers!I designed this for speech therapy, but it can absolutely be utilized in the general education or special education settings. Powerpoint format that can be shared with students via Google Slides or Google Classroom. Feel free to send home for homework as well! Also consider that this may be printed or used in a presentation for collaborative teaching.
This is a great way to organize a 3 point expository paragraph. It aligns with Shurley Grammar the best!
There are 14 separate images, 7 coloured and 7 Black and white, each saved separately as a PNG. please read through my TOS before using my clip art Here Don't forget to leave feedback and a rating of this product if you purchase it. Not only does it help me know what to focus on and how to improve my work, it also gives you credits towards your next TPT purchase!
Use this graphic organizer as a way to practice writing paragraphs
A3 paper. Students write their essay in Burger form. Visual representation of Introduction, Conclusion and 3 body paragraphs. They cut and paste it together and decide what they want their burger to be made of. You can mage it 5 paragraph essay to 3 paragraph essay.
A legal sized sheet of the burger style graphic organizer. Lines in every part will help students think clearly and write more neatly. Plus, the added space is perfect for those who write a little bigger. Make correcting outlines a little less painful and a lot easier to read with this burger! ** Please take a look at my store! :) I'm always happy to help. You can find many more worksheets, teaching units, and also a teacher planner by visiting
This SMART Notebook file guides students to first describe what makes a better burger - lettuce, tomatoes, and cheese along with additional patties. It then aids students in creating an analogy between better burger parts and better paragraphs - including details and supporting information. The file includes a printable worksheet of an accompanying outline, which helps students transfer ideas from their minds to paper. Better Burgers by Laurie Dru,, is licensed under a Creative Commons Attrib
3rd - 5th
Do your students have trouble organizing their paragraphs? If so, this creative little graphic organizer can help them break the paragraph components into smaller parts. Then, they can write it all together on the back in paragraph form.
Visual for students to see the elements of a paragraph
Not Grade Specific
This packet includes two sheets for students:1) An example sheet on how to write a 5 paragraph "burger" essay, using a bacon cheese burger to illustrate the process, from the hook of the introduction to the wrap-up in the conclusion.2) A worksheet where the students can practice outlining the essay on any topic.
Paragraph writing using TEEL structure
Not Grade Specific
A fresh and tasty way to teach your students how to write a paragraph! This pdf can be used as an introduction to paragraphs or as an accessible resource students can keep in their writing binder/journal. Included:- PDF version Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions ☺
I saw an activity online that used a burger as an illustration for the parts of writing. I made this template to use with my class. First, students will cut out the burger. On the top bun they will write "Introduction." On the tomato they will write "First Detail." On the lettuce they will write, "Second Detail." On the burger they will write, "Third Detail." On the bottom bun they will write, "Conclusion." The kids loved this! After we finished making this we at Krabby Patties :)

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