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This product contains great exercises to help students develop strong paragraphs in the following areas: Topic Sentences Unity (Removing Sentences That Don’t Belong) Concluding Sentences Ordering Sentences for a Coherent Paragraph (A key is included for relevant areas) This work is licensed under a
Identifying breaks in unity is a skill that will enable students to better focus their own writing so that it supports the topic sentence / thesis statement. Task cards are perfect for students who get easily overwhelmed with multi-part instructions or too much text. Each task card has one paragra
Grades:
10th - 12th, Higher Education
Let's face it: first drafts are awful. That's why we teachers love talking about revision! Understanding paragraph unity is essential to making each paragraph clear, concise and focused. In my experience teaching writing, paragraph unity is one of the BEST things for students to look for in their re
Identifying breaks in unity is a skill that enables students to better focus their own writing so that it supports the topic sentence/thesis statement. Help your students keep their own writing tight by identifying breaks in paragraph unity.Each card has a paragraph with numbered sentences. Studen
Grades:
10th - 12th, Adult Education
Do your students struggle to craft a well-worded, clear thesis statement? Do their body paragraphs often fail to advance that thesis statement? Try this cohesion-focused peer review exercise! It helps students understand the connection between their thesis statement and the structure and organizatio
Grades:
9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
In 1963, eight white clergymen wrote a letter condemning nonviolent protests happening in Alabama. From a jail cell, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr wrote a response to each argument presented by the clergymen. This letter contains some of Dr. King’s most recognized quotes such as, “Injustice anywhere is
Help your students practice building stronger paragraphs with this activity! In this product, students will edit the paragraphs in a paper about the history of the chocolate chip cookie for unity, coherence, and elaboration. The instruction page tells them exactly what to do as they edit. For exam
Grades:
7th - 10th
This product contains everything students need to know to develop powerful paragraphs. This product includes the strategic methods to turn ordinary paragraphs into advanced writing pieces. It contains strategies on the following: Topic Sentences Unity Concluding Sentences Order Transition Words and
KWANZAA Lesson. Make a Kinara. Kids learn good stewardship, kindness, understanding and how to love everyone in their world. Words that address inclusion and unity. Learn life skills for Kwanza and Everyday with WORDS like LOVE, understanding, kindness, sharing, tolerance, care, invite by choosing c
Are you having your students write an essay? Here is a simple and interactive PowerPoint to help them make connections between paragraphs using transitional words and phrases.
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6th - 12th, Adult Education
This presentation builds on students' prior knowledge of using transitions in expository writing. It extends their writing beyond the basics. Topics include: unity, coherence, transitional phrases, repetition, building old information to new information, and connecting sentences by mirroring ideas.
A Complete Step-by-Step Guide for teachers and students. Contents include:What is a Paragraph?Complete editing and revisingUsing the writing processExercises in unityCoherence and topic sentenceSupports Common Core Standards for Writing, Text Types and Purposes.64 pages
Document contains transitions and paragraph hooks are connections between writing units that signal relationships between ideas and convey the unity of the entire piece.
Grades:
7th - 12th
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This has terms, definitions, and exercises forUnityCoherencechronological orderspatial orderlogical ordertransitional words and phrases
Grades:
6th - 9th
Unity in a pargraph is crucial to good essay writing. I find that too many of my students think that if they fill a paragraph with a similar topic that they have done their job. This powerpoint illustrates this concept, as well as encourages students to try it on an easier level. Just for fun, I t
In this exercise, students focus on the organization of their body paragraphs, specifically in relation to the claims listed in their thesis statement.  By using color coding, students gain a deeper understanding of the connection between the claims listed in their thesis and the structure and organ
Grades:
10th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Look at paragraph construction:-Topic Sentence Review and Exercise-Unity Review and Exercise-Coherence Review and Exercise-Concluding ExerciseOther senior grades will be made available but this presents a glimpse of the style of work in these units
Rather than another step-by-step paragraph of upstanding advice, students will use tongue-in-cheek advice on gloriously flunking an English course to practice sequencing sentences into logical order and eliminating those that break unity.Lower level students often have an easier time understanding l
This powerpoint presentation focuses on motif, unity of effect, and characterization, in particular, the madness of the narrator. It includes and outline, and at the end, three writing samples that analyze the narrator's madness have been provided.These are three separate body paragraphs, with each
Students interview each other and write a paragraph (or more) about their classmate. This is a great BACK TO SCHOOL activity, but can be used anytime to build community in your classroom. Not only do students learn about each other, but this is a great way to discuss the writing process as well as
Review of writing process with exercises examining:-Topic Sentences-Paragraph Unity-Paragraph Coherence / Development-Thesis Statements-Expository Writing (with exemplar)-Literary Analysis (with exemplar)-Narrative Writing (with exemplar)-Includes Writing Templates-Includes RubricsPages 1-39 take st
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9th, Adult Education
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Review of writing process with exercises examining:-Topic Sentences-Paragraph Unity-Paragraph Coherence / Development-Thesis Statements-Expository Writing (with exemplar)-Literary Analysis (with exemplar)-Synthesis Writing (with exemplar)-Narrative Writing (with exemplar)-Includes Writing Templates-
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11th, Adult Education
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Review of writing process with exercises examining:-Topic Sentences-Paragraph Unity-Paragraph Coherence / Development-Thesis Statements-Expository Writing (with exemplar)-Literary Analysis (with exemplar)-Synthesis Writing (with exemplar)-Narrative Writing (with exemplar)-Includes Writing Templates-
Grades:
12th, Adult Education
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Review of writing process with exercises examining:-Topic Sentences-Paragraph Unity-Paragraph Coherence / Development-Thesis Statements-Expository Writing (with exemplar)-Literary Analysis (with exemplar)-Synthesis Writing (with exemplar)-Narrative Writing (with exemplar)-Includes Writing Templates-

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