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  • Summary Writing

    1. 1. Two Kinds of Writing FOCUS ON SUMMARY WRITING
    2. 2. Two Kinds ing Kinds of WritIntermediate-se Two © 2008 Sopris c4.indd 1 c4.indd Telling a West Educationa ation/ ive Giving Inform Story/Narrat Expository l Services. Characters s BEGINNING N Topic Sentence Setting INTRODUCTIO Plot Key/Star Ideas Events MIDDLE Conflict Transitions BODY Problem Explanations Climax Information/Ex Step Up to Writ pository Paragr Solution ing • Intermedia END f Topic Restatement o CONCLUSION aphs SECRETS te NO SECRETS Tool 4-1a 4/10/07 10:27:17 10:2 AM
    3. 3. Two Kinds ing Kinds of WritIntermediate-se Two © 2008 Sopris c4.indd 1 c4.indd Telling a West Educationa • Expository ation/ ive Giving Inform Story/Narrat Expository l Services. Characters s BEGINNING Topic Sentence Setting INTRO DUCTION Plot Key/Star Ideas Events MIDDLE Conflict Transitions BODY Problem Explanations Climax Information/Ex Step Up to Writ pository Paragr Solution ing • Intermedia END f Topic Restatement o CONCLUSION aphs SECRETS te NO SECRETS Tool 4-1a 4/10/07 10:27:17 10:2 AM
    4. 4. Two Kinds ing Kinds of WritIntermediate-se Two © 2008 Sopris c4.indd 1 c4.indd Telling a West Educationa • Expository ation/ ive Giving Inform Story/Narrat Expository l Services. Characters s BEGINNING Topic Sentence • Gives information INTRO DUCTION Setting Plot Key/Star Ideas Events MIDDLE Conflict Transitions BODY Problem Explanations Climax Information/Ex Step Up to Writ pository Paragr Solution ing • Intermedia END f Topic Restatement o CONCLUSION aphs SECRETS te NO SECRETS Tool 4-1a 4/10/07 10:27:17 10:2 AM
    5. 5. Two Kinds ing Kinds of WritIntermediate-se Two © 2008 Sopris c4.indd 1 c4.indd Telling a West Educationa • Expository ation/ ive Giving Inform Story/Narrat Expository l Services. Characters s BEGINNING Topic Sentence • Gives information INTRO DUCTION Setting Plot Key/Star Ideas Events • Narrative MIDDLE Conflict Transitions BODY Problem Explanations Climax Information/Ex Step Up to Writ pository Paragr Solution ing • Intermedia END f Topic Restatement o CONCLUSION aphs SECRETS te NO SECRETS Tool 4-1a 4/10/07 10:27:17 10:2 AM
    6. 6. Two Kinds ing Kinds of WritIntermediate-se Two © 2008 Sopris c4.indd 1 c4.indd Telling a West Educationa • Expository ation/ ive Giving Inform Story/Narrat Expository l Services. Characters s BEGINNING Topic Sentence • Gives information INTRO DUCTION Setting Plot Key/Star Ideas Events • Narrative MIDDLE Conflict Transitions BODY Problem Explanations Climax Information/Ex Step Up to Writ • Tells a Story pository Paragr Solution ing • Intermedia END f Topic Restatement o CONCLUSION aphs SECRETS te NO SECRETS Tool 4-1a 4/10/07 10:27:17 10:2 AM
    7. 7. Intermediate-sec4.indd 1 Two Kinds of Writing © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Giving Information/ Telling a Expository Story/Narrative INTRODUCTION Topic Sentences BEGINNING Characters Setting Key/Star Ideas Plot Events BODY Transitions MIDDLE Conflict Information/Expository Paragraphs Explanations Problem Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Climax CONCLUSION Restatement of Topic END Solution Tool 4-1a4/10/07 10:27:17 AM NO SECRETS SECRETS
    8. 8. Each has three partsIntermediate-sec4.indd 1 Two Kinds of Writing © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Giving Information/ Telling a Expository Story/Narrative INTRODUCTION Topic Sentences BEGINNING Characters Setting Key/Star Ideas Plot Events BODY Transitions MIDDLE Conflict Information/Expository Paragraphs Explanations Problem Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Climax CONCLUSION Restatement of Topic END Solution Tool 4-1a4/10/07 10:27:17 AM NO SECRETS SECRETS
    9. 9. Each has three parts Intermediate-sec4.indd 1 Two Kinds of Writing © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Giving Information/ Telling a Expository Story/Narrative1. INTRODUCTION Topic Sentences BEGINNING Characters Setting Key/Star Ideas Plot Events BODY Transitions MIDDLE Conflict Information/Expository Paragraphs Explanations Problem Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Climax CONCLUSION Restatement of Topic END Solution Tool 4-1a 4/10/07 10:27:17 AM NO SECRETS SECRETS
    10. 10. Each has three parts Intermediate-sec4.indd 1 Two Kinds of Writing © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Giving Information/ Telling a Expository Story/Narrative1. INTRODUCTION Topic Sentences BEGINNING Characters Setting Key/Star Ideas Plot Events2. BODY Transitions MIDDLE Conflict Information/Expository Paragraphs Explanations Problem Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Climax CONCLUSION Restatement of Topic END Solution Tool 4-1a 4/10/07 10:27:17 AM NO SECRETS SECRETS
    11. 11. Each has three parts Intermediate-sec4.indd 1 Two Kinds of Writing © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Giving Information/ Telling a Expository Story/Narrative1. INTRODUCTION Topic Sentences BEGINNING Characters Setting Key/Star Ideas Plot Events2. BODY Transitions MIDDLE Conflict Information/Expository Paragraphs Explanations Problem Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Climax3. CONCLUSION Restatement of Topic END Solution Tool 4-1a 4/10/07 10:27:17 AM NO SECRETS SECRETS
    12. 12. Each has three parts Intermediate-sec4.indd 1 Two Kinds of Writing © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Giving Information/ Telling a Expository Story/Narrative1. INTRODUCTION Topic Sentences BEGINNING Characters Setting Key/Star Ideas Plot Events2. BODY Transitions MIDDLE Conflict Information/Expository Paragraphs Explanations Problem Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Climax3. CONCLUSION Restatement of Topic END Solution Tool 4-1a 4/10/07 10:27:17 AM NO SECRETS SECRETSNothing is hidden.
    13. 13. Each has three parts Intermediate-sec4.indd 1 Two Kinds of Writing © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Giving Information/ Telling a Expository Story/Narrative1. INTRODUCTION Topic Sentences BEGINNING Characters 1. Setting Key/Star Ideas Plot Events2. BODY Transitions MIDDLE Conflict Information/Expository Paragraphs Explanations Problem Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Climax3. CONCLUSION Restatement of Topic END Solution Tool 4-1a 4/10/07 10:27:17 AM NO SECRETS SECRETSNothing is hidden.
    14. 14. Each has three parts Intermediate-sec4.indd 1 Two Kinds of Writing © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Giving Information/ Telling a Expository Story/Narrative1. INTRODUCTION Topic Sentences BEGINNING Characters 1. Setting Key/Star Ideas Plot Events2. BODY Transitions MIDDLE Conflict 2. Information/Expository Paragraphs Explanations Problem Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Climax3. CONCLUSION Restatement of Topic END Solution Tool 4-1a 4/10/07 10:27:17 AM NO SECRETS SECRETSNothing is hidden.
    15. 15. Each has three parts Intermediate-sec4.indd 1 Two Kinds of Writing © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Giving Information/ Telling a Expository Story/Narrative1. INTRODUCTION Topic Sentences BEGINNING Characters 1. Setting Key/Star Ideas Plot Events2. BODY Transitions MIDDLE Conflict 2. Information/Expository Paragraphs Explanations Problem Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Climax3. CONCLUSION Restatement of Topic END Solution 3. Tool 4-1a 4/10/07 10:27:17 AM NO SECRETS SECRETSNothing is hidden.
    16. 16. Each has three parts Intermediate-sec4.indd 1 Two Kinds of Writing © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Giving Information/ Telling a Expository Story/Narrative1. INTRODUCTION Topic Sentences BEGINNING Characters 1. Setting Key/Star Ideas Plot Events2. BODY Transitions MIDDLE Conflict 2. Information/Expository Paragraphs Explanations Problem Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Climax3. CONCLUSION Restatement of Topic END Solution 3. Tool 4-1a 4/10/07 10:27:17 AM NO SECRETS SECRETS You want the reader toNothing is hidden. find the “secret”
    17. 17. Use Different Colors to Guide You INFORMATION/ STORY/NARRATIVE Graphic EXPOSITORY Informal Outline Quick Sketch and Quick Notes Title = ____________________ Organizer - _____________ T= B - _____________ - _____________ _________ – ____________ • __________ - _____________ • __________ - _____________ – ____________ M - _____________ • __________ - _____________ • __________ - _____________ _________ – ____________ • __________ - _____________ • __________ M - _____________ – ____________ - _____________ • __________ - _____________ • __________ - _____________ E - _____________ C= - _____________ - _____________ Think Green, Yellow, Red, Green Think Purple, Lilac Information/Expository Paragraphs © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Tool 4-1bIntermediate-sec4.indd 2 4/10/07 10:27:18 AM
    18. 18. Use Different Colors to Guide You INFORMATION/ STORY/NARRATIVE Graphic EXPOSITORY Informal Outline Quick Sketch and Quick Notes Title = ____________________ Organizer - _____________ T= B - _____________ - _____________ _________ – ____________ • __________ - _____________ • We’ll start with • __________ - _____________ – ____________ M - _____________ • __________ - _____________ _________ • __________ – ____________ - _____________ EXPOSITORY • __________ • __________ M - _____________ - _____________ writing. – ____________ - _____________ • __________ - _____________ • __________ - _____________ E - _____________ C= - _____________ - _____________ Think Green, Yellow, Red, Green Think Purple, Lilac Information/Expository Paragraphs © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Tool 4-1bIntermediate-sec4.indd 2 4/10/07 10:27:18 AM
    19. 19. Use Different Colors to Guide You INFORMATION/ STORY/NARRATIVE Graphic EXPOSITORY Informal Outline Quick Sketch and Quick Notes Title = ____________________ Organizer - _____________ T= B - _____________ - _____________ _________ – ____________ • __________ - _____________ • We’ll start with • __________ - _____________ – ____________ M - _____________ • __________ - _____________ _________ • __________ – ____________ - _____________ EXPOSITORY • __________ • __________ M - _____________ - _____________ writing. – ____________ - _____________ • __________ - _____________ • __________ - _____________ E - _____________ C= - _____________ - _____________ Think Green, Yellow, Red, Green Think Purple, Lilac Information/Expository Paragraphs © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Tool 4-1bIntermediate-sec4.indd 2 4/10/07 10:27:18 AM
    20. 20. Use Different Colors to Guide You INFORMATION/ STORY/NARRATIVE Graphic EXPOSITORY Informal Outline Quick Sketch and Quick Notes Title = ____________________ Organizer - _____________ T= B - _____________ - _____________ _________ – ____________ • __________ - _____________ • We’ll start with • __________ - _____________ – ____________ M - _____________ • __________ - _____________ _________ • __________ – ____________ - _____________ EXPOSITORY • __________ • __________ M - _____________ - _____________ writing. • Think green, – ____________ - _____________ • __________ - _____________ • __________ C= E - _____________ - _____________ yellow, red, - _____________ - _____________ green. Think Green, Yellow, Red, Green Think Purple, Lilac Information/Expository Paragraphs © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Tool 4-1bIntermediate-sec4.indd 2 4/10/07 10:27:18 AM
    21. 21. Use Different Colors to Guide You INFORMATION/ STORY/NARRATIVE Graphic EXPOSITORY Informal Outline Quick Sketch and Quick Notes Title = ____________________ Organizer - _____________ T= B - _____________ - _____________ _________ – ____________ • __________ - _____________ • We’ll start with • __________ - _____________ – ____________ M - _____________ • __________ - _____________ _________ • __________ – ____________ - _____________ EXPOSITORY • __________ • __________ M - _____________ - _____________ writing. • Think green, – ____________ - _____________ • __________ - _____________ • __________ C= E - _____________ - _____________ yellow, red, - _____________ - _____________ green. Think Green, Yellow, Red, Green Think Purple, Lilac Information/Expository Paragraphs © 2008 Sopris West Educational Services. Step Up to Writing • Intermediate Tool 4-1bIntermediate-sec4.indd 2 4/10/07 10:27:18 AM
    22. 22. Accordion paragraph
    23. 23. Accordion paragraphGo! Write a topic sentence.
    24. 24. Accordion paragraph Go! Write a topic sentence.Slow Down! Give a reason, detail, or fact. Use a transition.
    25. 25. Accordion paragraph Go! Write a topic sentence.Slow Down! Give a reason, detail, or fact. Use a transition. Stop! Explain. Give an example.
    26. 26. Accordion paragraph Go! Write a topic sentence.Slow Down! Give a reason, detail, or fact. Use a transition. Stop! Explain. Give an example. Go back! Remind the reader of your topic.
    27. 27. Accordion Paragraph Example My two favorite foods are cookies and icecream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip andoatmeal cookies taste the best when they are freshand homemade. My second favorite food is icecream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanillaice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies andice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods.
    28. 28. Accordion Paragraph Example My two favorite foods are cookies and icecream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip andoatmeal cookies taste the best when they are freshand homemade. My second favorite food is icecream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanillaice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies andice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods.
    29. 29. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence My two favorite foods are cookies and ice cream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies taste the best when they are fresh and homemade. My second favorite food is ice cream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanilla ice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies and ice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods.
    30. 30. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence My two favorite foods are cookies and ice cream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies taste the best when they are fresh and homemade. My second favorite food is ice cream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanilla ice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies and ice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods.
    31. 31. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Reason #1 My two favorite foods are cookies and ice cream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies taste the best when they are fresh and homemade. My second favorite food is ice cream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanilla ice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies and ice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods.
    32. 32. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Reason #1 My two favorite foods are cookies and ice cream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies taste the best when they are fresh and homemade. My second favorite food is ice cream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanilla ice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies and ice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods.
    33. 33. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Reason #1 Example #1 My two favorite foods are cookies and ice cream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies taste the best when they are fresh and homemade. My second favorite food is ice cream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanilla ice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies and ice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods.
    34. 34. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Reason #1 Example #1 My two favorite foods are cookies and ice cream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies taste the best when they are fresh and homemade. My second favorite food is ice cream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanilla ice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies and ice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods.
    35. 35. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Reason #1 Example #1 My two favorite foods are cookies and ice cream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies taste the best when they are fresh and homemade. My second favorite food is ice cream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanilla ice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies and ice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods. Reason #2
    36. 36. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Reason #1 Example #1 My two favorite foods are cookies and ice cream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies taste the best when they are fresh and homemade. My second favorite food is ice cream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanilla ice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies and ice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods. Reason #2
    37. 37. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Reason #1 Example #1 My two favorite foods are cookies and ice cream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies taste the best when they are fresh and homemade. My second favorite food is ice cream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanilla ice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies and ice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods. Reason #2 Example #2
    38. 38. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Reason #1 Example #1 My two favorite foods are cookies and ice cream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies taste the best when they are fresh and homemade. My second favorite food is ice cream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanilla ice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies and ice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods. Reason #2 Example #2
    39. 39. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Reason #1 Example #1 My two favorite foods are cookies and ice cream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies taste the best when they are fresh and homemade. My second favorite food is ice cream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanilla ice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies and ice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods. Reason #2 Example #2 Go Back Sentence
    40. 40. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Reason #1 Example #1 My two favorite foods are cookies and ice cream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies taste the best when they are fresh and homemade. My second favorite food is ice cream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanilla ice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies and ice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods. Reason #2 Example #2 Go Back Sentence
    41. 41. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Reason #1 Example #1 My two favorite foods are cookies and ice cream. First I like cookies. Chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies taste the best when they are fresh and homemade. My second favorite food is ice cream. I especially like to have chocolate and vanilla ice cream with cake at a birthday party. Cookies and ice cream are definitely two of my favorite foods. Reason #2 Example #2 Go Back Sentence
    42. 42. Accordion Paragraph Example          I know about three types of triangles. Thefirst triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In anequilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. Thenext triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isoscelestriangle has two equal sides. The third type oftriangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalenetriangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tellthe difference between triangles by counting thenumber of equal sides.
    43. 43. Accordion Paragraph Example          I know about three types of triangles. Thefirst triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In anequilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. Thenext triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isoscelestriangle has two equal sides. The third type oftriangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalenetriangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tellthe difference between triangles by counting thenumber of equal sides.
    44. 44. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides.
    45. 45. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides.
    46. 46. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Detail #1           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides.
    47. 47. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Detail #1           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides.
    48. 48. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Example #1 Detail #1           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides.
    49. 49. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides.
    50. 50. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides.
    51. 51. Accordion Paragraph Example Detail #2Topic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides.
    52. 52. Accordion Paragraph Example Detail #2Topic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides.
    53. 53. Accordion Paragraph Example Example #2 Detail #2Topic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides.
    54. 54. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides.
    55. 55. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides.
    56. 56. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides. Detail #2
    57. 57. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides. Detail #2
    58. 58. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides. Example #3 Detail #2
    59. 59. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides.
    60. 60. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides.
    61. 61. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides. Go Back Sentence
    62. 62. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides. Find the transitions. Go Back Sentence
    63. 63. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides. Find the transitions. Go Back Sentence
    64. 64. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides. Find the transitions. Go Back Sentence
    65. 65. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides. Find the transitions. Go Back Sentence
    66. 66. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence           I know about three types of triangles. The first triangle is called an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle all of the sides are equal. The next triangle is an isosceles triangle. An isosceles triangle has two equal sides. The third type of triangle is called a scalene triangle. The scalene triangle has no equal sides. To sum up, you can tell the difference between triangles by counting the number of equal sides. Find the transitions. Go Back Sentence
    67. 67. Accordion Paragraph Example My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for tworeasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks socute and cuddly. The pandas black and white bodycolors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Itssad looking face makes me want to hug it and make ithappy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it isendangered. We all should try to preserve theanimals, like the panda, that are in danger ofextinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is theanimal I like best.
    68. 68. Accordion Paragraph Example My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for tworeasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks socute and cuddly. The pandas black and white bodycolors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Itssad looking face makes me want to hug it and make ithappy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it isendangered. We all should try to preserve theanimals, like the panda, that are in danger ofextinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is theanimal I like best.
    69. 69. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for two reasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks so cute and cuddly. The pandas black and white body colors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Its sad looking face makes me want to hug it and make it happy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it is endangered. We all should try to preserve the animals, like the panda, that are in danger of extinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is the animal I like best.
    70. 70. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for two reasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks so cute and cuddly. The pandas black and white body colors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Its sad looking face makes me want to hug it and make it happy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it is endangered. We all should try to preserve the animals, like the panda, that are in danger of extinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is the animal I like best.
    71. 71. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Detail #1 My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for two reasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks so cute and cuddly. The pandas black and white body colors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Its sad looking face makes me want to hug it and make it happy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it is endangered. We all should try to preserve the animals, like the panda, that are in danger of extinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is the animal I like best.
    72. 72. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Detail #1 My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for two reasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks so cute and cuddly. The pandas black and white body colors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Its sad looking face makes me want to hug it and make it happy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it is endangered. We all should try to preserve the animals, like the panda, that are in danger of extinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is the animal I like best.
    73. 73. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence Detail #1 Example #1 My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for two reasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks so cute and cuddly. The pandas black and white body colors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Its sad looking face makes me want to hug it and make it happy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it is endangered. We all should try to preserve the animals, like the panda, that are in danger of extinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is the animal I like best.
    74. 74. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for two reasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks so cute and cuddly. The pandas black and white body colors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Its sad looking face makes me want to hug it and make it happy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it is endangered. We all should try to preserve the animals, like the panda, that are in danger of extinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is the animal I like best.
    75. 75. Accordion Paragraph ExampleTopic Sentence My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for two reasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks so cute and cuddly. The pandas black and white body colors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Its sad looking face makes me want to hug it and make it happy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it is endangered. We all should try to preserve the animals, like the panda, that are in danger of extinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is the animal I like best.
    76. 76. Accordion Paragraph Example Detail #2Topic Sentence My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for two reasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks so cute and cuddly. The pandas black and white body colors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Its sad looking face makes me want to hug it and make it happy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it is endangered. We all should try to preserve the animals, like the panda, that are in danger of extinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is the animal I like best.
    77. 77. Accordion Paragraph Example Detail #2Topic Sentence My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for two reasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks so cute and cuddly. The pandas black and white body colors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Its sad looking face makes me want to hug it and make it happy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it is endangered. We all should try to preserve the animals, like the panda, that are in danger of extinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is the animal I like best.
    78. 78. Accordion Paragraph Example Detail #2 Example #2Topic Sentence My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for two reasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks so cute and cuddly. The pandas black and white body colors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Its sad looking face makes me want to hug it and make it happy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it is endangered. We all should try to preserve the animals, like the panda, that are in danger of extinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is the animal I like best.
    79. 79. Accordion Paragraph Example Detail #2 Example #2Topic Sentence My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for two reasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks so cute and cuddly. The pandas black and white body colors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Its sad looking face makes me want to hug it and make it happy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it is endangered. We all should try to preserve the animals, like the panda, that are in danger of extinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is the animal I like best.
    80. 80. Accordion Paragraph Example Detail #2 Example #2Topic Sentence My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for two reasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks so cute and cuddly. The pandas black and white body colors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Its sad looking face makes me want to hug it and make it happy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it is endangered. We all should try to preserve the animals, like the panda, that are in danger of extinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is the animal I like best. Go Back Sentence
    81. 81. Accordion Paragraph Example Detail #2 Example #2Topic Sentence My favorite animal is the Giant Panda for two reasons. To begin, I like the panda because it looks so cute and cuddly. The pandas black and white body colors are simple, make it stand out, and look soft. Its sad looking face makes me want to hug it and make it happy. Next, I am fond of the giant panda because it is endangered. We all should try to preserve the animals, like the panda, that are in danger of extinction. Consequently, the Giant Panda is the animal I like best. Find the transitions. Go Back Sentence

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