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  • 1. Different kinds of Paragraphs D.Ravi Kumar, English Teacher, Ida Scudder School, Vellore, Tamil Nadu, India.
  • 2. Think of something you made. It could be something you cooked or built. It might be something you painted or sewed. Write a description of your creation. Remember to include details that tell how it looks, feels, sounds, tastes, and smells. Description: Your Own Creation
  • 3. Personal Narrative The people in this picture are at our School Sports Day. Think of a time that you went to a sports event. Who was with you? Did something funny, surprising, or exciting happen? Write about your experience.
  • 4. Some children watch television for several hours each day. Do you think that is a good way or a poor way to spend time? Write your opinion. Be sure to support your opinion with strong reasons.1 Opinion Essay Watching Television
  • 5. Persuasive - Argumentative Essay Separate Schools Should boys and girls go to separate schools, or should they go to the same school? Decide what you think. Then persuade others to agree with you.
  • 6. Compare-Contrast Essay: Growing Up Compare and contrast yourself as a first grade student and as an older student. How different did you look? What did you do in each class that was different? What was the most important thing to you in each grade?