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Two paragraph response to reading an article.

Two paragraph response to reading an article.

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  • 1. Ambre Lee Dubnoff Center National Writing Project Teacher Consultant
  • 2. Terms Comments Paragraph One: They Say
  • 3. Terms Comments Paragraph One: They Say Write a summary of the article.
  • 4. Terms Comments Paragraph One: They Say Write a summary of the article. Include the title of the article in quotations, and the author of the article.
  • 5. Terms Comments Paragraph One: They Say Write a summary of the article. Include the title of the article in quotations, and the author of the article. Write the who, what, where, when, why and how of the article.
  • 6. Terms Comments Paragraph One: They Say Write a summary of the article. Include the title of the article in quotations, and the author of the article. Write the who, what, where, when, why and how of the article. Write in present tense.
  • 7. Terms Comments Paragraph One: They Say Write a summary of the article. Include the title of the article in quotations, and the author of the article. Write the who, what, where, when, why and how of the article. Write in present tense. Paragraph Two: I Say
  • 8. Terms Comments Paragraph One: They Say Write a summary of the article. Include the title of the article in quotations, and the author of the article. Write the who, what, where, when, why and how of the article. Write in present tense. Paragraph Two: I Say This paragraph is your thoughts and opinions on the subject.