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Catchy Topic Sentences and How to End

Unit 25: Beginning Paragraph Writing
Lesson 2 of 5

Objective: Students will be able to write a topic sentence on the subject of their name and they will write a closing sentence.

Big Idea: To prepare them for writing we need to work on topic and closing sentences. By using the details of their name, students will work on a topic sentence that catches the readers attention and they will write a closing sentence stating their opinion.

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