Guide your students in understanding how to write a well-written paragraph using this 12 page practical, and easy-to-use guide designed to help students identify the elements of a paragraph, their order, and use of transition words. This guide includes 5 parts:
• I: What is a Well-Written Paragraph?
• II:Identifying and Sequencing Parts of a Paragraph (students put sentences into the correct order and identify topic sentence, supporting details, and concluding sentence)
• III: Choosing the Right Kind of Sentence: Given a topic, students decide which sentence is the best for either a topic, supporting detail, or concluding sentence
• IV: Create Your Own Topic Sentence, Supporting Details, and Concluding Sentence (given five topics, students create their own topic sentences, supporting details, and concluding sentences)
• V & VI.: Transition Words (students are introduced to the importance of transition words and how to use them; they practice inserting them into paragraphs without transition words)
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