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A Well Organized Paragraph . How To Write Your Responses To Your Homework . Today’s Writing Simile. Writing a well organized paragraph is like creating a delicious burger !!!. Writing a well organized paragraph is like creating a delicious burger !!!. A Delicious Burger.

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a well organized paragraph

A Well Organized Paragraph

How To Write Your Responses To Your Homework

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Today’s Writing Simile

Writing a well organized paragraph is like creating a delicious burger!!!

writing a well organized paragraph is like creating a delicious burger
Writing a well organized paragraph is like creating a delicious burger!!!

A Delicious Burger

Well Organized Paragraph

  • Top Bun
    • Keeps the burger together!
  • Fixins
    • Helps to enhance the flavor of the burger!
  • The Pattie
    • The whole point of the sandwich!!!!
  • Bottom Bun
    • Taste like the top bun, but looks different. Also keeps the burger from falling apart!
  • Topic Sentence
    • Restates question and answers the question
  • Evidence
    • Information from the text that supports your answer
  • Explanation
    • Connects your answer and your evidence! The link.
  • Conclusion
    • Restate your topic, just say it a little differently!
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