Sequence the information into three parts. When the shapes overlap, explain what happened during the transition from one step to the next. This could also be used for writing a three-paragraph essay, with the overlap area being the transitions between paragraphs.
This writing method helps students organize each part of the paragraph. A graphic organizer is used to organize the pre-writing phase, and then takes students through the steps of the writing process. This method can be applied to expository, narrative, persuasive, and descriptive forms of writing. It is easily modified to meet a variety of needs and age groups.
“I Have a Dream” is a 17-minute public speech by Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered on August 28, 1963, in which he called for racial equality and an end to discrimination. The speech, from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, was a defining moment of the American Civil Rights Movement.
This speech is Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision for race relations in America. Use this journal page to write your vision for the future. You could write about anything ranging from how we treat each other to dreams for yourself, your friends or your family.
This .pdf file contains four pages of paragraph writing prompts. Each page is a separate paragraph writing assignment in which students respond to quotations by well-known people. Writing topics are: happiness, solitude, intellectual curiosity and perseverance.
This outline provides a framework for the 5-paragraph essay. Each part of the introduction, body and conclusion is represented. After completing this worksheet, students will be prepared write the rough draft and begin refining the language.
Brainstorming form for the 3 paragraph essay. Use this page to begin shaping the thesis, introduction, body and conclusion of the essay.
Brainstorming form for the 4 paragraph essay. Use this page to begin shaping the thesis, introduction, body and conclusion of the essay.
Brainstorming form for the 5 paragraph essay. Use this page to begin shaping the thesis, introduction, body and conclusion of the essay.