Reflection: Perseverance Leads - Section 1: Introduction to Leads

 

By selecting these six types of leads, it enabled the struggling reader and writer to become involved in the discussion of “Leads”.  Some of them insist on just jumping into the body of the paragraph but these provided usable samples for them to use as guides when writing and feel like they have some expertise on the topic.

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  Perseverance: Struggling Reader/Writer
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Leads

Unit 3: Writing: Part II
Lesson 7 of 9

Objective: SWBAT engage a reader through the use of an enticing lead.

Big Idea: Catch the reader's attention!

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