Take the stress out of teaching students how to write an organized paragraph with this step-by-step writing lesson.
This lesson contains everything you need to teach students how to write an organized paragraph. Instruction begins with modeling. Students take notes and follow along as each step of the writing process is explained. Next, the lesson moves into guided practice. Students, as a class, work through each step of the writing process together. Finally, students are ready to write on their own. The independent portion of the lesson requires students to write an organized paragraph without assistance.
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Lesson Steps (Teacher's Guide):
This lesson is broken down into three parts: modeling, guided practice, and independent practice. Everything is explained in detail and VERY easy to implement.
Instruction begins with modeling. Students take notes and follow along as each step of the writing process is explained. A graphic organizer, outline, and writing rubric are included. A separate graphic organizer is also included to brainstorm transition words.
The second part of the lesson involves guided practice. Students work through the writing process together. A separate graphic organizer, outline, and writing rubric is included for the guided practice portion.
Finally, students are prepared to write on their own. The independent practice portion of the lesson requires students to write an organized paragraph without assistance.
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