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Since there are at least three body paragraphs, this structure will be repeated over and over again. It is also worth mentioning that the topic sentence and closing statement are always a single sentence. So, if you want your body paragraphs to be longer, work on the supporting examples and analysis.
CHANCER, JONI. 7556. "The Teacher's Role in Portfolio Assessment." In The Whole Story: Teachers Talk About Portfolios, edited by Mary Ann Smith and Jane Juska. Berkeley, California: National Writing Project.
The Write Foundation is a tried and proven homeschool writing curriculum that lays a solid writing foundation and develops competent, confident writers, even with students who were clueless on how to write. Students learn organizational groundwork for writing simple paragraphs and then advance to college level essays. With a variety of topics and types of paragraphs this curriculum guides you as you teach how to logically and easily write formal papers that “Wow!” professors.
She began with: "Imagine you are the drama critic for your local newspaper. Write a review of an imaginary production of the play we have just finished studying in class." This prompt asks students to assume the contrived role of a professional writer and drama critic. They must adapt to a voice that is not theirs and pretend to have knowledge they do not have.
Second, guide students in selecting and analyzing primary and secondary source material. Use in-class activities to teach students: the difference between types of sources and their uses strategies for evaluating a source and its value in a given argument and examples of how to incorporate source material into an argument or other text with proper citation.
Introduction For several years, many science concepts have been accepted and included into the curriculum, however more often than not these concepts are incorporated as a.
As ESL students become more fluent, it s time to focus on how to use that fluency in specific tasks such as making a presentation or writing an essay. The advanced topics you choose should depend upon what your students have planned for the future. In classes with mixed objectives, there s a need for balance to make sure that students who don t necessarily need the task at hand still profit from the lesson.
While I was reading your piece, I felt like I was riding a roller coaster. It started out kinda slow, but you could tell there was something exciting coming up. But then it moved real fast and stopped all of a sudden. I almost needed to read it again the way you ride a roller coaster over again because it goes too fast.
Next, students will need to link their language, creating organization through the use of linking language including sequencing. It helps to write out processes at this point. Ask students to think of some process, then use sequencing language to connect the dots. It s a good idea to ask students to use both numberings in a sequence of steps and linking through time words.