Want to teach your student(s) how to write a paragraph, but you're just not sure where to begin? Whether you're reviewing paragraphs or teaching it to them for the first time, this 5-lesson resource can be very helpful. It can be used face-to-face in the classroom, at home if you're homeschooling, or virtually (using Google Slides/Google Classroom).This comprehensive resource uses the hamburger method to teach students what a paragraph needs. When you are all done, students will know how to writ
Hamburger Paragraph Writing Unit - Print & DigitalStudents will learn the structure of paragraphs while writing their own on any topic with this resource that comes in both print and digital formats.This packet includes...5+ Sentence Paragraph Cheeseburger Posters/Anchor ChartsHamburger Paragraph Planner/OrganizerPlain Paragraph Planner/OrganizersModel ParagraphRainbow Paragraph Writing ActivityParagraph Writing Student ChecklistParagraph Writing RubricFinal Draft Paper
Time to teach your students how to write a paragraph in a way that’s easy and fun! Get your students excited about writing a paragraph with this fun and engaging hamburger paragraph writing template your students will love! When you are ready to begin your unit on how to write a paragraph this NO PREP print and go Hamburger Paragraph Template is just what you need. It’s the perfect way to kick off your writing a paragraph unit. The hamburger paragraph writing graphic organizer is a great way to
Are you a fan of hands-on student engagement? This new Hamburger Paragraph Writing Strategy learning tool is so much fun and loaded with visuals to boost your paragraph writing lessons. The interactive fan is loaded with notes, reminders, and sentence starters. Teachers will love the variety of writing graphic organizers and anchor chart pieces in color and black and white.
Interactive fans are dynamic! How so? The possibilities are endless.
-an alternative to interactive notebooks
These prewriting graphic organizers are perfect for the prewriting stage of the writing process for all types of writing. Using graphic organizers as supports during writer’s workshop allows your students to become more independent during prewriting. Different options are included for many of the writing types to allow you to switch up your students’ prewriting guides throughout the year or differentiate to meet the needs of all your growing writers. These pre-writing organizers were created wit
Two parallel activities help kids write informative paragraphs. They can build a hamburger craft or work online. As they move through the process, kids construct topic, detail, and concluding sentences on graphic organizers: buns, burgers, and condiments. They elaborate, improve word choice, and use transitions. Finally, each child builds a sandwich. Open the previews to take a look at one set of materials to use in the classroom - and another to share online. The distance learning project uses
Print and go resource for teaching students how to write the paragraphs. You get a hamburger graphic to remind students to begin and end with the main idea, sentence strip paragraphs to practice organizing paragraphs, and a paragraph planner to write paragraphs.The sentence strip paragraphs are perfect for students who get writer's block because the paragraph is already written. The student only has to organize the sentences using the paragraph planner. This resource is designed to get students
Hamburger Paragraph Model | How to Write a ParagraphTeach your students how to write a paragraph using this fun mini-lesson. This download includes a digital anchor chart for modeling purposes, a graphic organizer for students to try writing a paragraph on their own and then a rubric for teacher assessment purposes. This product is not limited to any sort of prompts, any prompt could be used, or you could let the students choose the topic of their paragraph.Included in TPT purchase:Student Graph
Go beyond the hamburger paragraph template with this fun 3D hamburger paragraph writing activity. There are 6 panels in this activity – the first 5 panels are for writing the individual sentences in the paragraph – topic sentence, 3 supporting sentences, and closing sentence. The 6th panel is for putting the whole paragraph together. There is also a blank template panel if you want to make this craftivity into a flipbook instead of a 3D activity. Students will write the correct sentence on ea
Teaching how to write a paragraph has never been so easy! Use this popular "Hamburger Paragraph" visual to show students how to create a complete paragraph, including three juicy details wrapped up between a bun (topic and closing sentences). Hang the "Hamburger Poster" in your classroom, or display it on the LCD to remind students of a complete paragraph as they write. Also included in this file is the cheeseburger paragraph set. This second visual encourages students to add extra "juicy detail
Need help teaching your students how to to organize their writing? Use this interactive writing strategy to help them understand the importance of organization, sequence, and attention to detail. If the hamburger doesn't capture their attention, the use of the Krabby Patty from SpongeBob sure will! The students will use this little gem to reinforce what they learned during instruction.
Also included in this unit are resources to provide multiple learning opportunities for students. The flip bo
Many students often struggle with writing an organized and complete paragraph. The Hamburger Method is a wonderful organizer to help students write a complete paragraph with a topic sentence, 3 detail or supporting sentences and a conclusion sentence. This method is great for informational or narrative writing and will help students construct well thought out five sentence paragraphs....with detail and organization!!Included in this digital download: Instructional writing planClassroom poster
The hamburger analogy makes paragraphs easy! Each poster explains a step in the writing process and models it. Pages are designed to print on 8.5 x 11-inch paper. This set is also included with the related video.Poster 1: Where’s the Beef?Start with three or four closely related facts, steps, or details.Poster 2: Between the BunsSlip the “meat” between the topic sentence and conclusion.Poster 3: Say “Cheese”Elaborate: Give your paragraph some extra information.Poster 4: Slap It OnAdd transitions
Use the hamburger paragraph (sandwich paragraph) model to help your students learn how to organize their paragraphs! This interactive hamburger writing game strengthens students organization and writing skills in a fun and engaging way. Hamburger writing is fun & engaging, but also a really effective tool!Slides include instruction on how the hamburger paragraph (sandwich paragraph) model with topic and concluding sentences help hold all the juicy details together! Activity includes 8 pr
This 21 slide powerpoint walks students through how to write an effective paragraph in a fun way. It includes opportunities for student practice, a name that book ending game and a hamburger paragraph graphic organizer.
-Here is a detailed list of the contents:
-Importance of learning how to write a good paragraph
-Top bun- introduction sentence
-Chart of different openings for writing
-Student practice- write a introduction sentence
-Student practice- now rewrite the sentence to
FREE PARAGRAPH WRITING GRAPHIC ORGANIZER HAMBURGER METHOD: This free resource is used to support instruction on proper paragraph writing using the "Hamburger Paragraph Method"
In the top bun students introduce/hook the reader. In the middle sections they give reasons, support, quotes, details, explanations etc, and the bottom bun gives another supportive statement that summarizes the topic sentence.
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Students practice writing paragraphs with this deck of digital task cards (hosted on the BOOM! Learning website). Great for developing reading as well as writing skills, and for use with literacy centres or at-home learning! These no print cards are perfect for distance learning for special education students, Kindergarten and early learners, home schoolers, and more! This deck of 15 cards uses a hamburger graphic organizer to give non-writers and emergent writers practice composing and writi
A twelve-minute video (streamed from TpT or through YouTube) teaches how to write a paragraph using a hamburger analogy. Then, with a parallel activity, kids get busy building their own burgers. Two versions are available: printable or paperless. Open the individual previews to get a look at all that’s included: video, craft, editable Google Slides, posters, and more. This resource gives you all of the materials you need to teach at school or home. Sandwich Parts:Top Bun = Topic SentenceMeat = D
Hamburger Paragraph Writing Poster & WorksheetThis hamburger paragraph poster and worksheet are a great addition to your writing ELA unit. Students can use this graphic organizer to include a topic sentence, three supporting details, and a conclusion sentence. This colorful poster can be hung up in your classroom to help remind students to write a juicy paragraph! ***********************************************************************************************HOW TO USE:This anchor chart / po
This is a simple packet that walks students through the steps of putting a good paragraph together. Students get to use a graphic organizer, write a rough draft, put their editing skills to practice, compare and contrast a very simple paragraph (hamburger) to a far more interesting paragraph (Big Mac), as well as share and apply their knowledge. Help make learning how to put a paragraph together more fun for everyone! Freebie license TPT 44494
Paragraph Writing: Hamburger Paragraph by Erica:
Hook your class on paragraph writing with this interactive power point on writing a complete paragraph. This power point relates writing a paragraph to making a juicy hamburger. The more toppings (details) you have on your hamburger the juicier your hamburger (paragraph) will be. Just like a paragraph the more details you have the juicier or more interesting your paragraph will be. This power point talks about the parts of a paragraph: topic s
I created this resource to be highly structured and routine. I designed it to be 10 weeks of writing activities. It would be great for both a general education or special education setting. It includes paragraph posters, a weekly schedule, 10 topics and graphic organizers, two final copy papers, and two rubrics. Check out my narrative paragraph resource too! Narrative Paragraphs
This is a free sample from our 12-week program entitled, "How to Write a Paragrah." This colorful chart provides children with a visual representation of how to structure a paragraph.
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How to Write a Paragrah
How to WRITE a Paragraph is taught 4 days/week over a course of 12 weeks. The first four weeks cover sentence structure, grammar, mechanics and strong adjectives