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Structured Writing Process: Method for Essay Writing (Cross-Curricular Gr. 6-12)

Structured Writing Process: Method for Essay Writing (Cross-Curricular Gr. 6-12)
Structured Writing Process: Method for Essay Writing (Cross-Curricular Gr. 6-12)
Structured Writing Process: Method for Essay Writing (Cross-Curricular Gr. 6-12)
Structured Writing Process: Method for Essay Writing (Cross-Curricular Gr. 6-12)
Structured Writing Process: Method for Essay Writing (Cross-Curricular Gr. 6-12)
Structured Writing Process: Method for Essay Writing (Cross-Curricular Gr. 6-12)
Structured Writing Process: Method for Essay Writing (Cross-Curricular Gr. 6-12)
Structured Writing Process: Method for Essay Writing (Cross-Curricular Gr. 6-12)
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This 144 page book explains The Structured Writing Process by providing multiple annotated examples for literature, science, social studies and mathematics. In addition, the final section of this book demonstrates how to utilize The Structured Writing Process to create a complete personal narrative essay.

The book is organized into these five parts.

Part I: Structuring a Response to Literature
Part II: Structuring A Response to Science Text, Article,
or Experiment
Part III: Structuring a Response to Social Studies Text,
Article, Video, or Research Question
Part IV: Structuring a Response to a Mathematical
Process Or A Decision Based Upon Mathematics
Part V: Writing a Personal Narrative Essay

The annotated examples demonstrate how to apply each of the six steps of The Structured Writing Process to a particular area of focus. The area of focus is the central theme or purpose of the paragraph. Analytical paragraph writing requires that this focus be specific in nature. The logical sequence of each step of the process provides students with a critical thinking structure that makes producing in-depth paragraphs easy.

The reader can begin his or her exploration in The Structured Writing process by reading the section of this book that is of most immediate interest. The teacher of science would most likely turn to Part II immediately; the teacher of mathematics would turn to Part IV immediately.
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