This graphic organizer contains differentiated components for a well-written, quality paragraph.
Page 1: Introduction, two details, conclusion.
Page 2: Introduction, three details, conclusion
There is an image of a smiley face with a thinking bubble where the details box is. Oftentimes my students don't quite understand what the word "detail" means. I tell them it's just another word for your thoughts and ideas, hence the thought bubble.
Intro: I did not write the usual "restate the question" because students often struggle with the word "restate" as well. My class asked me to say "use words that are in the question".
Conclusion: Just a few basic sentence starters: Finally, after all, etc.
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