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Paragraph writing

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Paragraph writing

  1. 1.  Prewriting. Students generate ideas for writing: brainstorming; reading literature; creating life maps, webs, and story charts; developing word banks; deciding on form, audience, voice, and purpose as well as through teacher motivation. Rough Draft. Students get their ideas on paper. They write without concern for conventions. Written work does not have to be neat; it is a sloppy copy. Reread. Students proof their own work by reading aloud and reading for sensibility. Share with a Peer Reviser. Students share and make suggestions for improvement: asking who, what, when, where, why, and how questions about parts of the story the peer does not understand; looking for better words; and talking about how to make the work better.
  2. 2.  Revise. Improve what the narrative says and how it says it: write additions, imagery, and details. Take out unnecessary work. Use peer suggestions to improve. Clarify. Editing. Work together on editing for mechanics and spelling. Make sure the work is goof proof. Final Draft. Students produce their final copy to discuss with the teacher and write a final draft. Publishing. Students publish their written pieces: sending their work to publishers; reading their finished story aloud, making books.
  3. 3.  Topic sentence Supporting sentences Details Concluding sentence
  4. 4.  A topic sentence usually comes at the beginning of a paragraph. the most general sentence in a paragraph.
  5. 5.  Explanation about the topic sentence Can be made by giving the sequencing transition signal, such as first, second, third, etc. Details explains the supporting sentences
  6. 6.  Positioned in the end of paragraph mostly. Restate of topic sentence Paraphrasing of the topic sentence Summarizing
  7. 7. Access to medical service Excellent Clean and health care efficiently system managed well-trained teachers and Canada: The continueMany parks & best country studyingmany space in the world to live High standard of education
  8. 8.  Canada is the best country in the world.1. Canada has good health care system. 1.1 Canadians can access to medical services in reasonable price .2. Canada has a high standard of education. 2.1 Students are taught by well-trained teachers. 2.2 Students continue their studying at university.3. The cities are clean and manage well. 3.1 Cities have many parks and lots of space for people to live.
  9. 9. There are three reasons why Canada is oneof the best countries in the world. First, Canadahas an excellent health care system. All Canadianshave access to medical services at a reasonableprice. Second, Canada has a high standard ofeducation. Students are taught by well-trainedteachers and are encouraged to continue studyingat university. Finally, Canada’s cities are clean andefficiently managed. Canadian cities have manyparks and lots of space for people to live. As aresult, Canada is a desirable place to live.
  10. 10.  http://lrs.ed.uiuc.edu/students/fwalters/para.htm http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/methods/i

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