Students will compose a five paragraph essay about what things are important to them. The essay will have an introductory paragraph, three body paragraphs, and a concluding paragraph. Each body paragraph will include a topic sentence, evidence and analysis sentences, and a concluding sentence.
Students will blog a five paragraph essay. Each essay will begin with a introduction paragraph and end with a concluding paragraph. Three body paragraphs, each with a topic sentence, evidence sentences and their corresponding analysis sentences and concluding sentence will be provided.
Students will write a paragraph beginning with a topic sentence, several supporting sentences, and a concluding sentence about the process of photosynthesis.
Students are doing a “cold” write after a month long break. They are describing one activity they participated in during the month of May.
Students will trace the path of air as it passes through the nose/mouth, the lungs, and back out again.
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Students will describe how blood flows through the heart beginning with the veins leading into the right atria.
How people got the news during the American Revolution is very different from the way we receive news today. Students will summarize how news was received back then and now and will contrast their differences.