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Important About You Writing Piece by Mrs. Brumfield. Standards : Focus 1.4.5.A, B, 1.4.5.C, 1.5.5.A, E., Organization : 1.4.5.A, B, C, 1.5.5.C, E. Style : 1.4.5.A, B, C, 1.5.5.D., E Content : 1.4.5.A, B, C, 1.5.5. B, E Informational : 1.4.5.B, 1.5.5.A, B, C, D, E, G. Grammar : 1.5.5.F - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Important About You Writing Pieceby Mrs. BrumfieldStandards: Focus 1.4.5.A, B, 1.4.5.C, 1.5.5.A, E., Organization: 1.4.5.A, B, C, 1.5.5.C, E. Style: 1.4.5.A, B, C, 1.5.5.D., E Content: 1.4.5.A, B, C, 1.5.5. B, E Informational: 1.4.5.B, 1.5.5.A, B, C, D, E, G. Grammar: 1.5.5.FKey Learning:Effective writers use specific techniques to communicate or express their ideas and feelings in an organized and focused way.Unit Essential Question(s):How can we write a quality writing piece that conveys a clear message to our audience?

  • Important About YouWriting PieceLesson Essential Question:How does a clear focus influence how and what we write?

  • Important About YouWriting PieceLesson Essential Question:(organization)Standards: 1.4.5.A,B,C, 1.5.5.C, EHow does organization impact what we write?

  • Authors Purpose:PersuadeInformEntertain

  • Could you write about.?

  • Create a web or diagram of your topic and major pointsby Linda BrumfieldParagraph 1: Begin with a paragraph containing a hook (See hooks lesson) which piques the reader's interest and introduces or refers to your topic. In non-fiction pieces , it may contain a thesis statement - a topic sentence for the entire piece which names the main ideas of your story. Other times, you may not want to give away all your juicy surprises or secrets of your story.Paragraph 2: This first supporting paragraph should be a subtopic/supporting detail of your topic/main idea. It must contain a topic sentence and several supporting details for your main topic.Paragraph 3: This first supporting paragraph should be a different subtopic/supporting detail of your topic/main idea. It must contain a topic sentence and several supporting details for your main topic.Paragraph 5: This paragraph wraps up or summarizes the main ideas of your story. In non-fiction, it changes but restates the thesis statement. Make it interesting!Name your topic. All other paragraphs must support your topic in some way.Paragraph 4: This first supporting paragraph should be a different subtopic/supporting detail of your topic/main idea. It must contain a topic sentence and several supporting details for your main topic.

  • Use a 4-Square Graphic Organizer:

  • See the Hooks Slideshow

  • By day, I am a mild-mannered, black-haired(OK Ill admit it my hair is sprinkled a little with white hair), freckled, 411 fifth grade teacher. But by night, I am Kung fuQueen master of martial arts quick, ferocious,and alarming!

    Write a hook:

  • Form your second paragraph...

  • Form your third paragraph...

  • Form your fourth paragraph...

  • Form your conclusion paragraph...You are done -a smack down hit!

  • By day, I am a mild-mannered, black-haired,(OK Ill admit it my hair is sprinkled a little with white hair), freckled, 411 fifth grade teacher. But by night, I am Kung fu Queen master of martial arts quick, ferocious, and alarming!