Elementary School Paragraph Writing
Students will learn the parts of a paragraph as well as how to put them together to make a perfect paragraph. Learning to write different types of paragraphs and learning to write in chronological order, students will come away ready to start learning about essays.
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Unit 1 – The Topic Sentence
Students review writing sentences and learn how to write a topic sentence.
Unit 2 – Supporting Details
Students learn how to write supporting details in a paragraph.
Unit 3 – Closing Sentences
Students write closing sentences this week and edit existing closing sentences to learn how to strengthen them.
Unit 4 – Simple and Compound Sentences
Students are able to write sentences in a variety of formats in order to make their writing more interesting.
Unit 5 – Go with the Flow (Transitions)
Students use transition words to make their sentences flow together.
Unit 6 – Awesome, Amazing, Alluring Adjectives
Students use descriptive words in their writing.
Unit 7 – Writing the Descriptive Paragraph
Students, incorporating the previous lessons in the current instructions, will become adept at creating descriptive paragraphs.
Unit 8 – Writing the Narrative Paragraph
Students will create a well-written narrative paragraph.