Not Quite Together

Unit 4: Writing informational/explanatory text
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Objective: SWBAT use a graphic organizer to develop their details in an informational paragraph.

Big Idea: Just telling them to write is not enough. Students need a clear idea of the basic characteristics of a genre, and guidance to gain confidence and move towards independence.

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