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Graphic organizer for one paragraph

graphic organizer for one paragraph

graphic organizer for one paragraph 1 Paragraph, 2-3 Paragraphs, or 5-Paragraphs

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graphic organizer for one paragraph

The writing organizer (below) is used to write narrative and expository text for 1 paragraph, 2-3 paragraphs and the 5-paragraph essay. Students focus on their writing skills, not learning new organizers as they master one paragraph to the five paragraph essay. This program includes narrative, summary, persuasive, and descriptive writing and responses to literature, research reports, and so much more.



1 Paragraph
The 1-paragraph organizer is used for narrative or expository text. Students brainstorm, write, revise and edit entirely on the same organizer. The example (see below) displays a descriptive paragraph. This paragraph includes a hook, topic sentence, three supporting details, a conclusion and snappy ending.



2-3 Paragraphs
The 2-3 paragraph level utilizes two or three of the paragraph organizers. Notice (see graphic below) that the three-paragraph story was written on three paragraph organizers: beginning, middle, and end. Typically, when students transition from one paragraph to multiple paragraphs they need to build endurance to maintain quality writing. Using a new organizer for each paragraph requires the student to brainstorm, write, revise, and edit each paragraph so good writing continues as the amount of text written increases.





5-Paragraph Essay
The 5-paragraph level requires only one organizer. At this level, a student uses one organizer to brainstorm his ideas. No longer does he need to do all his work on the organizer. Instead, he brainstorms ideas on the organizer, then writes sophisticated, cohesive and coherent sentences and paragraphs on lined paper.



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Help your students children classify ideas and communicate more effectively. Use graphic organizers to structure writing projects, to help in problem solving, decision making, studying, planning research and brainstorming. Select a Graphic Organizer from the following list of links.

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Use this Paragraph Graphic Organizer to help write a one-paragraph essay with a topic sentence, three details, and a concluding sentence.

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This program includes narrative, summary, persuasive, and descriptive writing and responses to literature, research reports, and so much more.



1 Paragraph
The 1-paragraph organizer is used for narrative or expository text. Students brainstorm, write, revise and edit entirely on the same organizer. The example (see below) displays a descriptive paragraph. This paragraph includes a hook, topic sentence, three supporting details, a conclusion and snappy ending.



2-3 Paragraphs
The 2-3 paragraph level utilizes two or three of the paragraph organizers. Notice (see graphic below) that the three-paragraph story was written on three paragraph organizers: beginning, middle, and end. Typically, when students transition from one paragraph to multiple paragraphs they need to build endurance to maintain quality writing. Using a new organizer for each paragraph requires the student to brainstorm, write, revise, and edit each paragraph so good writing continues as the amount of text written increases.

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Help students write five-paragraph essays with a graphic organizer. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

Comments

  1. Hozomonuget

    Please fix the word President in the graphic that highlights the key paragraph in the President"s letter to Director Comey.

  2. Xevowuy

    WARNING: The 2nd paragraph to this tweet contains graphic scene ( s ) I wonder if Prince Philip Queen Elizabeth2 have sex?

  3. Xekujeqo

    Read bottom paragraph. Disturbing!Maybe y’all should’ve mentioned the graphic sex scenes petition signers

  4. Qotagufewuxoje

    Read unmarked paragraph at top of the graphic.

  5. Wozobawal

    I"m no graphic designer, but something about that A being as big as it is at the start of the paragraph just threw me off.

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  7. Boheyagepu

    3rd grade paragraph writing worksheets paragraph graphic organizer

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