I made this activity to go in my students' writing notebooks. There is a sheet for the 6 different types of leads or hooks along with a sheet for the 6 different types of tie-ups or closings. Each type has a space for the meaning and a space for an example. I have included two different formats of this reproducible resource. You could print off the two copies per sheet page and cut it in half to have students glue into their notebooks. Or, you could print off the copy with both pages on one sheet and have students fold it in half and glue one of the blank sides into their notebooks like a book.
You could have them write an example you provide in that space or write an example that would go along with the current prompt they are working on. Personally, I have my students write down my example on the one that gets glued in to the writers' notebook. Then, I have them practice each of their examples on a sheet of notebook paper so I can grade it.