Reflection: Intervention and Extension Elaborate! From Boxes and Bullets to a Paragraph - Section 2: Strategy Lesson

 

This is a example of one strategy lesson I gave to students who were struggling with turning their boxes and bullets (main ideas and supporting details) into a paragraph composed of complete sentences.

This was a small group of 4 students.  They practiced elaborating their ideas and the ideas of their peers by adding to the words written on the planning sheet to make complete sentences.  I reviewed that every sentence has a subject and verb, that sentences start with a capital letter, and that all sentences end in a type of end punctuation such as period, exclamation mark or question mark.

This intervention lesson supported the students as they continued with writing their flash draft from their plan.

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Elaborate! From Boxes and Bullets to a Paragraph

Unit 6: Writing to Learn: Boxes and Bullets- The 5 Paragraph Essay
Lesson 8 of 10

Objective: SWBAT expand on their jottings to write a paragraph with a main idea and three supporting details.

Big Idea: Teach students to write complete sentences in an organized paragraph.

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