Learning to express one's thoughts in well-written sentences and paragraphs is an essential skill for all students. Designed to make the writing process logical and easy to learn, our resource breaks down the process of writing a paragraph into its fundamental elements. Start off by learning what is a paragraph before delving deeper into its forms and purposes. Use prompts to start your paragraph off in the prewriting stage. Then, write your first draft using graphic organizers for help. Practice what you've learned before moving on to the revision phase. Get tips on what to watch out for while you revise and proofread your paragraph.
All of our content is reproducible and aligned to your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy.
About GOOGLE SLIDES:
This resource is for Google Slides use. Google Slides is free with a Google email account. We recommend having Google Classroom in addition to Google Slides to optimize use of this resource. This will allow you to easily give assignments to students with a click of a button. This resource is comprised of interactive slides for students to complete activities right on their device. It is ideal for distance learning, as teachers can share the resource remotely with their students, have them complete it and return, where the teacher can mark it from any location.
What You Get:
• 6 complete Chapter Google™ Slides presentations with reading passages, comprehension questions and drag and drop activities that students can edit and send back to the teacher.
• A bonus Google™ Slides presentation with writing tasks, crossword, word search, and comprehension quiz.
• A start-up manual, including a Teacher Guide on how to use Google Slides for your classroom, and an Answer Key to go along with the activities in the Google Slides document.
Chapters Included in this Bundle:
- What is a paragraph? & Forms and Purposes of Paragraphs
- Prewriting Your Paragraph & Using Graphic Organizers for Prewriting
- Prewriting Practice & Drafting Your Paragraph
- Using Graphic Organizers for Drafting & Drafting Practice
- Revising Your Paragraph & Things to Watch for When You Revise
- Proofreading Your Paragraph & Proofreading Practice
- Extension Activities: Writing Tasks, Crossword, Word Search, and Comprehension Quiz
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