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Organizational Writing Patterns PowerPoint

Organizational Writing Patterns PowerPoint
Organizational Writing Patterns PowerPoint
Organizational Writing Patterns PowerPoint
Organizational Writing Patterns PowerPoint
Organizational Writing Patterns PowerPoint
Organizational Writing Patterns PowerPoint
Organizational Writing Patterns PowerPoint
Organizational Writing Patterns PowerPoint
Product Description
Students will automatically become better writers if they understand text structure. This comprehensive, student-friendly 52-slide PowerPoint will do the trick! Presentation addresses all five text structures including, Compare and Contrast, Cause and Effect, Problem and Solution, Sequence/Order, and Description. In addition, your students will learn signal words and sentence stems, have access to (50) writing topic samples, and a formative assessment to check for comprehension. This is a perfect resource to use throughout the year or before any standardized writing exam.

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Terrific Teacher Tip: Make a splash! As an exit ticket activity, students are given a “splash” of key words from the lesson. They must then write a few sentences, thereby summarizing their learning using the “splash” words.

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Total Pages
52 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
1 Semester
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