Writing Strong Leads Guided Practice

Writing Strong Leads Guided Practice
Writing Strong Leads Guided Practice
Writing Strong Leads Guided Practice
Writing Strong Leads Guided Practice
Writing Strong Leads Guided Practice
Writing Strong Leads Guided Practice
Writing Strong Leads Guided Practice
Writing Strong Leads Guided Practice
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If the writers in your class/classes consistently begin their stories with "One day..." then you are probably planning a lesson on how to write a strong lead, or how to hook readers.

This lesson will:
*Ask students to compare two sentences (one strong, one weak) and explain which they prefer and why
*Provide writers with descriptions of different types of leads (in the form of a mini anchor chart)
*Provide writers with examples of each type of lead (in the form of a mini anchor chart)
*Provide four different prompts for writers to practice writing each type of strong lead (perfect for gradual release: whole-group, partner work, literacy centers, independent work, etc.)



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