Writing with the Hamburger Model

Writing with the Hamburger Model
Writing with the Hamburger Model
Writing with the Hamburger Model
Writing with the Hamburger Model
Writing with the Hamburger Model
Writing with the Hamburger Model
Writing with the Hamburger Model
Writing with the Hamburger Model
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Writing with the Hamburger Model PowerPoint: This resource contains a 40-slide PowerPoint plus handouts. The first half of the PowerPoint focuses on how to use a hamburger planner to write a well-organized paragraph. The second half of the PowerPoint focuses on how to write a multiple paragraph essay. As you progress through the PowerPoint, students will have the opportunity to write two paragraphs and two multi-paragraph essays. It contains a PowerPoint companion handout that students can write on as you progress through the PowerPoint. It also contains a generic hamburger planner that you can use with your students throughout your school year.

The PowerPoint contains the following format:

Slides 1-8: Introduction to the Hamburger Analogy for Writing a Paragraph

Slides 9-11: Topic Sentences & Conclusion Sentences

Slides 12-14: Favorite Subject Paragraph: Example of a Planner and Complete Paragraph

Slide 15: Practice Paragraph: Students plan and write their own paragraph.

Slides 16-18: Transition Words

Slides 19-23: Favorite Place Paragraph: Example of a Planner and Complete Paragraph with Transition Words

Slide 24: Practice Paragraph: Students plan and write their own paragraph with transitions.

Slides 25-26: Introduction to Writing Multi-Paragraph Essays using the Hamburger Model

Slides 27-35: Favorite Season Essay (multiple paragraphs): Example of a Planner and Complete Essay

Slides 36-37: Hooks for Expository Essays

Slides 38-39: Two Practice Essays: Students plan and write their own two essays with transitions and a hook.

Slide 40: Credits

Personally, I do not plan to use this entire PowerPoint in one writing lesson. This PowerPoint can be used when you begin to introduce paragraph writing to your students using Slides 1-24. Then, when your students are ready to transition to writing multi-paragraph essays, you can use slides 25-39.

Please check out the PREVIEW!


This PowerPoints cannot be edited due to the copyright requirements made by the contributing artists (clip art, font, background). You MAY, however, delete slides, if you wish.


Click on the following links to check out my other writing PowerPoints!

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Copyright by Deb Hanson 2015
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44 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 days
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