How to Write a Paragraph K-2 Curriculum

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Write: How to Write a Paragraph

Have you ever watched your students struggle with what to write? It's the fear that comes with the blank page. Where do I even begin? With our program, the struggle to communicate through written word will be significantly lessened.

Weekly Planning Outline:

At the start of each week, you'll have a simple teaching outline that makes planning a breeze. This page features weekly goals, verbal reminders, materials needed for the week, and a suggested daily plan. Each section is clearly labeled with simple prompts and tips for teaching that can be read with a quick look so your focus remains on your students.

Daily Assignments:

After guiding students through the simple tasks given on the outline, provide students with their daily assignments. Each assignment covers a step toward meeting the weekly goal and provides students with an easy-to-follow format to complete each step. Four assignments are provided each week.

Writing Paragraphs (Week 5+): Starting in week 5 students will be

asked to complete one new paragraph each week. Instructional lessons provide short teaching goals that can be done prior to student writing. Students work on the same notebook page throughout the week, marking off one checkbox each day. Final copy paper is provided as an option for older children.

Weekly Overview

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 and verbs.

The remaining 8 weeks cover four different types of paragraph writing; Descriptive, Opinion, Informative and Narrative. During the latter portion of the curriculum, students build upon daily writing tasks to create one paragraph at the end of each week.

A simple teaching outline is provided detailing the goals and instructional points for each week. Colorful charts can be used during instructional time and kept on hand for easy reference. Students are expected to complete their writing assignments by following a simple daily checklist.


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