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S.A.D. Introductions (A companion to R.E.A.L. Conclusions)

S.A.D. Introductions (A companion to R.E.A.L. Conclusions)
S.A.D. Introductions (A companion to R.E.A.L. Conclusions)
S.A.D. Introductions (A companion to R.E.A.L. Conclusions)
S.A.D. Introductions (A companion to R.E.A.L. Conclusions)
S.A.D. Introductions (A companion to R.E.A.L. Conclusions)
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When I teach personal narratives, I use the S.A.D. introduction strategy to help my students understand how to write a powerful introduction. As I explain this strategy, I also model it for them. This strategy has been very successful for me. I have found that when I walk a student through personal narratives using these two strategies students have a better understanding and tend feel more comfortable and confident in their writing.
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