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Topic Sentence and Supporting Details - Find Someone Who
With this activity, students will mix around the room finding peers who can help them identify the topic sentence or supporting detail of a passage. These questions are specifically designed as a practice or review after the skill has been taught in class. Included are two versions of two wo
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Topic Sentences and Supporting Details (Ten-Minute Activities)
"Phenomenal Partner Paragraphs" is a ten-minute language arts activity in which students are grouped into fours, select a topic, and write a topic sentence and three supporting detail sentences.
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Topic Sentence & Supporting Details - Writing
These worksheets are used to teach topic sentence and supporting details. Students are given a topic and are encouraged to come up with their own topic sentence. Students need to include three supporting details.
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Topic Sentence and Supporting Detail
This two part worksheet enables teachers to provide guided practice for teaching topic sentence and supporting detail. The accompanying worksheet allows students the opportunity for independent practice. Should you have any questions please contact me at mrspruden1@gmail.com
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Main Idea and Supporting Details Worksheet
This is a sheet that has two nonfiction paragraphs about pets and summer. Students are to read the paragraphs, give each paragraph a title, underline the topic sentence in red, and the supporting details in blue. The first paragraph's topic sentence is the second sentence, and the second paragra
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Summer Review NO PREP (2nd Grade)
This Sumer Review NO PREP Packet for 2nd Grade is FILLED with hands-on, engaging and FUN resources that cover core skills for 2nd Grade! The activities in this packet can be use for 2nd Grade review , Back to School for 3rd Grade (review of 2nd Grade Sills, or introducing new material to high flyi
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February NO PREP Math and Literacy (2nd Grade)
This February NO PREP Packet for 2nd Grade is FILLED with hands-on, engaging and FUN resources that cover core skills for 2nd Grade! The activities in this packet can be use for group work , centers, small groups, homework and more! The BEST part is that there is NO PREP! NO costly colored ink, NO
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Write Right! Part One: How to Write a Topic Sentence {Common Core}
This unit introduces your students to the process of identifying and writing a well structured paragraph. Part one focuses on what topics are and how to write a topic sentence. What's Included: What is a Topic? * Introduction Poster * 5 practice What’s the Topic? Posters (whole group activity) *
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Fourth Grade Reading Curriculum Units - Literature Skills Bundle
Give your fourth grade reading curriculum a boost! Nine standards-based literature units provide everything you need: differentiated reading passages, PowerPoint presentations for direct instruction, student activity pages, assessments, and more. Created by master teacher Brenda Kovich, these units
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Main Idea and Supporting Details: 11 Monthly Worksheets!
This set of engaging reading passages focuses on have students identify the main idea and supporting details within a reading passage. Main idea tends to appear frequently on standardized tests. Therefore, the worksheets feature multiple choice questions. Each worksheet focuses on a particular mon
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Identifying the Main Idea and Supporting Details
Your students will get plenty of practice identifying main idea and supporting details with this set of no-prep activities! There are 3 different types of worksheets included: SET A: Each page features a short informational passage. Students will read the text and then answer two text-based questio
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Main Idea and Supporting Details 2nd and 3rd Grade
Help your students identify the main topics or main ideas of multi-paragraph texts. While reading about winter subjects, students practice close reading skills. It is challenging for primary students to identify main ideas, topic sentences and supporting details. Activities in this unit ar
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Test Review Games For Grammar and Writing (4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade)
Need to review for “THE TEST”, but want to do it in a way your students will enjoy? Use these six Jeopardy-style PowerPoint games and four practice worksheets to do just that! Included in this zip file are the following Word documents and PowerPoint games. All of the worksheets include an answer
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Main Idea Writing - Topic Sentences and other Writing Integration Activities
Help students improve their understanding of main idea and supporting details through writing. This 20 page resource is scaffolded to help students be successful with writing topic sentences and writing details that support a main idea. Save over 20% when you buy this as part of my Main Idea Act
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Topic Sentence and Details
This 6 page document covers topic sentences and supporting details. The pages give students an opportunity to practice determining the best topic sentence for a paragraph along with choosing details that support the topic. It includes guided practice, independent practice, and a page for homework o
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Write Right! Part Three: Adding Supporting Details {Common Core}
This unit is on Adding Supporting Detail sentences to a topic sentence. After teaching Part One and Two, your students should be able to fully write a topic sentence on their own. Now it’s time for your students to write detail sentences to support their topic sentence. Your students will start out
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Write Right! Part Four: Writing & Editing a Paragraph {Common Core}
This is Part Four to the Write Right! Series. By the end of this unit, your students will be able to write a conclusion sentence, and write a 5 sentence paragraph. Your students will also go through the editing process in which they will brainstorm, pre-write, self-edit, peer-edit, and finalize thei
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PERSUASIVE ESSAY WRITING: SNOWBALL COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITY
PERSUASIVE ESSAY WRITING: SNOWBALL COLLABORATIVE ACTIVITY: Help your students understand essay structure and develop a rough draft for a 5 paragraph essay with this fun collaborative persuasive writing activity. This activity will bring essay writing to life in your classroom and is sure to get e
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Fourth Grade Answering Questions Unit - Constructed Response to Literature
This complete, differentiated unit teaches students to construct responses to explaining and inferring questions. Students learn to find evidence in text, write a topic sentence, support with detail sentences, cite, and conclude. Six engaging passages, sequenced to provide an ongoing story, were ada
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Expository essay test- hook, thesis statement, body paragraphs, conclusion
This test prompts students to identify the important elements of an expository essay. I use it with my students during an expository essay writing unit to make sure they understand what each element looks like in a mentor text. It covers the following concept -Hook/attention grabber -thesis stateme
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Main Idea - Supporting Details Packet NO PREP!
Nervous about your Teacher Observation? Here’s how to PLAN FOR IT: JUST CLICK! This NO PREP "Main Idea and Supporting Details" packet is PERFECT to follow a lesson on Main Idea/Supporting Details. This set features an interesting informational text (nonfiction-biography) in paragraph form. (this s
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Writing Paragraphs Introduction
Oftentimes, middle school students need explicit instructions on how to complete seemingly simple tasks. Writing a paragraph is one of these tasks that teachers often assume students can successfully accomplish, when many of them struggle. This mini unit breaks down the process of writing a paragr
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Biography Writing Grades Kindergarten and 1
This download includes organizers and templates to assist your child in writing a biography. The format is suitable for beginner writers who are learning about informational writing. As students create their biography piece, they will review what they already know about topic sentences, supporting
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How to Write a Paragraph
How to Write a Paragraph teaches students the fundamentals of paragraph writing. Students learn the basic structure of a paragraph—topic sentence, supporting details, and clincher or concluding sentence. The lessons are structured so that students learn about paragraphs by writing paragraphs of vari
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Finding the Main Idea Activities with Pirates.
Arrrrrrr! Finding the main idea concept is often tricky for students to grasp. Make it fun for them by introducing reading fictional reading activities about pirates which help develop their understanding of this tricky concept. This unit includes an original story about pirates which would motivate
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Writing Intervention or Summer Writing for Upper Elementary
This is a writing intervention designed for 4th, 5th, or 6th grade. This packet is divided into nine different weeks. Ideal for tier 2 or tier 3 intervention. This is also a great packet to use for summer writing for all students. With nine different weeks, students will be busy all summer. Th
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It's a Bee's World: Finding the main idea activities and worksheets.
Bees, bees, bees! Finding the main idea concept is often tricky for students to grasp. Make it fun for them by introducing reading activities which help develop their knowledge as well as their understanding of this tricky concept. This unit is all about bees. There are plenty of texts to practice
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Main Idea and Supporting Details Packet - No Prep!
Nervous about your Teacher Observation? Here’s how to PLAN FOR IT: JUST CLICK! This NO PREP "Main Idea and Supporting Details" packet is PERFECT to follow a lesson on Main Idea/Supporting Details. This set features an interesting informational text (nonfiction-biography) in paragraph form. (this s
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Just Five Sentences: Beginning Paragraph Practice
Help beginning writers learn to organize thoughts into paragraphs using these reproducible writing sheets. Each is themed with a familiar item. There are two sheets for each theme. One is a paragraph using frame sentences. Students can supply words or phrases to complete them, and can see exampl
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Writing Planning Map Organizer: Narrative, Persuasive, & Expository
DaisyDoggy presents: "Writing Planning Map Organizer: Narrative, Persuasive, & Expository." Use these graphic organizers to help students in organizing and planning their narrative, persuasive, and expository writing. Includes: 1) Narrative Planning Map: characters, setting, beginning (proble
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Scaffolded Paragraph Writing Foldables {Natural Disasters Theme}
Support students as they learned to write organized paragraphs with topic sentences, supporting details, and closing sentences while creating fun interactive notebook foldables about natural disasters! These 3 leveled foldables (Volcanoes, Hurricanes, and Tornadoes), give students an opportunity
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Writing Topic Sentences for a Paragraph Grades 2-8
Students often struggle between what is the topic sentence (a generalization) and specific details (the supporting sentences). This activity is meant to be fun and easy way of practicing generalizations and topic sentences. Here is a strategy to use a group of three items that have something in c
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Expository Writing Complete Writing Process Unit and Rubric
This expository unit has everything you need to create a book that explains a topic of choice. Writers begin by choosing a topic that they know a lot about and could explain. This type of writing does not require research. The triple stuffed Oreo planning page guides writers to plan and organize wr
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Topic Sentence, Main Idea, and Supporting Details
How are topic sentences, main ideas, and supporting details related? Students can determine all three aspects through multiple choice items and short written answers to questions. This worksheet on Author's Purpose has been used successfully with 2nd through 5th grade students in urban, suburban,
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Writing A Topic Sentence CCSS ELA W.2
A how to guide on writing interesting topic sentences. Includes a student friendly guide, practice finding topic sentences in a paragraph, matching topic sentences with supporting details and writing topic sentences.
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Check Your Paragraph Checklists
Three checklists have been provided to help your students check their writing for completeness and accuracy. The first and second checklists list the things that must be included to have a complete paragraph (topic sentence, supporting details, evidence/example, and concluding sentence). The third
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Writing Supporting Details
This trait-based writing unit provides both guided and independent practice in writing supporting details for a topic sentence. Included are teacher directions/examples and three practice pages in which students write details to support topic sentences. (Find other units by searching "Fabulous Sent
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Recognizing Main Ideas and Topic Sentences
This trait-based writing unit provides information about how to recognize main ideas, identify the topic sentence and supporting details, and write sentences and paragraphs. Included are teacher directions/examples and four practice pages in which students identify either the main idea or the topic
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Writing Topic Sentences and Details
This trait-based writing unit provides facts on six different subjects and directs students to select one subject, create a topic sentence for the subject, and then add supporting details in a paragraph. The unit includes teacher directions for guided practice and six subjects with five details. (
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Identifying Topic, Main Idea, and Details: Strategy Practice Pages
THIS is the notetaking guide that teaches the PROCESS! Finding the topic is easy, main idea is hardest, and supporting quotes may or may not be supportive. Even-out students' skills in these areas with these practice pages. Students will read ANY non-fiction text (article and/or book). Then they w
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4th Grade ELA Module 1 Unit 2 - Writing Quality Paragraphs Lesson 2
This is a lesson that I used with my AIS and Special Education students to break down the process of writing a paragraph. This is a supplemental lesson to assist students with the writing required in Module 1 Unit 2 of the Engage NY curriculum. It specifically uses the language that Engage NY uses
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Writing Supporting Details
Students who are learning to write paragraphs have difficulty adding details to their writing. This worksheet provides various topic sentences where your students can practice adding three detail sentences to support the main idea. The topic sentences are written to elicit writing that includes: c
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Four Square Writing Paper
Paper designed to help students organize their writing into a topic sentence, supporting details, and closing sentence. It is a great tool for students to use with non-fiction writing!
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Middle School Skill-Focused Writing Prompts with Rubrics
7 writing prompts with a specific skill focus including: -topic sentence -supporting details -concluding sentence -sensory details -descriptive language -voice -transition words Each prompt includes a rubric and an explanation of the skill-focus in the form of a printable worksheet for students. E
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Writing a Paragraph Packet
In the packet students will start writing topic sentences, then supporting details and the concluding sentences. Then students will write a paragraph about a given topic. This is a wonderful resource with a lot of scaffolding! Great for ELL's.
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Paragraph Writing Choice Board--Persuasive Writing
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Students choose a topic to write about. This is for the whole week. Students pick one to write about each day. They write a 5 to 7 sentence paragraph including a topic sentence, supporting details, and a concluding sentence.
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Paragraph format
I used this to teach paragraph format: topic sentence, supporting details, and concluding sentence. There are two because I used one as a pre-assessment and one as a post assessment. It was simple and fun for my students because of the highlighting.
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Main Idea Writing Application
This is a great way to get students writing about the main idea while including a topic sentence, supporting details, and a conclusion. First, the students have to research a chosen animal using the website provided. They have to fill in a graphic organizer that answers questions about their animal
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Animal Skyscrapers (Lexile 1060)
This Read and Understand with Leveled Texts article for grade 6+ describes giraffes: size, blood-pumping capability, food, tongue, spots, and other facts. Students read the article, answer basic questions, use prepositions and other vocabulary, and create topic sentences with supporting details. (Fi
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Essay Writing - For and Against Essay
This is a guided writing lesson plan and worksheet activity. Students analyse the model text and are then taken carefully through the stages of planning and writing their own essay. The topic is children and technology. Students are asked to identify and create topic sentences with supporting det
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Persuasive Writing Peer Review Guide
This product is a peer revision guide where two students will exchange their persuasive essays, examine, and identify each other's thesis statement, topic sentences, and supporting details.
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Hamburger Paragraph Picture Template
Teaching kiddos how to write a paragraph is pretty tasty with this helpful template. The hamburger paragraph template helps students focus on including a topic sentence, supporting details, and a conclusion. Visual learners will also benefit from the "hamburger" comparison as they develop writing sk
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