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Paragraph Rec On

Paragraph Rec On

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Subject:
Literature Activities
 Grade: Grade 5
Topic:
Paragraph Reconstruction
 
PARAGRAPH: a group of sentences that all relate to onemain idea.TOPIC SENTENCE: the first sentence in a paragraph thattells what the paragraph will be about, focus, and subject.DETAIL SENTENCES: sentences that provide detailinformation about the topic.CONCLUSION SENTENCE: the last sentence in theparagraph that summarizes what the paragraph has beenabout.
 
Goals:
Students will cooperatively work together to reconstructand agree on a proper paragraph, using sentence stripswith the correct topic, detail, and concluding sentences.These will be in proper order.
Objectives:
Given a sentence strip that has been placed upside downon their desks, students will find related sentences fromtheir classmates organizing them into a proper paragraph.
Materials:
Five different paragraphs cut into sentences. A sentencefor each student. One sheet of lined writing paper per group. Yellow, pink, and green highlighter per group.
Introduction:
Using a KWL chart, review what students already knowabout writing a paragraph. Review order sequence for aparagraph.
Development:
The teacher will then present a sample of a paragraphwritten in proper sequence, with each part of the paragraphhighlighted. Students will review together before beginningtheir task. They will each be given a sentence strip, read it,and look for other classmates who have sentences relatedto the topic.
Practice:
Students will move about the room in silence shaking their head yes or no as they determine other sentences that

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