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Bellwork for February 27, 2014. Write in your agenda. Get all materials off the back counter. We will be reviewing the following skills today: Select an appropriate thesis statement for a writing sample. Rearrange a multi-paragraphed work in a logical and coherent order.

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Bellwork for february 27 2014

Bellwork for February 27, 2014

  • Write in your agenda. Get all materials off the back counter.

  • We will be reviewing the following skills today:

    • Select an appropriate thesis statement for a writing sample.

    • Rearrange a multi-paragraphed work in a logical and coherent order.

    • Select the appropriate time-order or transitional words/phrases to enhance the flow of a writing sample.

    • Choose the supporting sentence that best fits the context and flow of ideas in a paragraph.

    • Identify the sentence(s) irrelevant to a paragraph’s theme or flow.

    • Select an appropriate concluding sentence for a well-developed paragraph.

  • Complete Caught’ya! day 35.


Day 35 caught ya

Day 35 Caught’ya!

to right said william whom had already

experienced a skirmish with his arch nemesis

the obstreperous orson and his pal danny. there

both in my homeroom carped pauline puerile. its unfair


Vocabulary for week 12

Vocabulary for Week 12

  • Skirmish- (noun) any brisk conflict or encounter.

  • Obstreperous- (adjective) noisy and difficult to control.

  • Carped- (verb) complain or find fault continually, typically about trivial matters.


Directions

Directions

Today you will be working individually to practice all the writing skills we have learned. We have a quiz tomorrow over this information.

1. Arrange paragraphs in the correct order. Raise your hand when you are finished.

2. When you have been told it is correct, glue the sentences in the correct order on your piece of construction paper.


Paragraph order

Paragraph Order

  • Last Week

  • As soon as

  • We walked

  • I asked

  • By the end


Paragraph instructions

Paragraph Instructions

1. Arrange paragraphs in the correct order. Raise your hand when you are finished.

2. When you have been told it is correct, glue the sentences in the correct order on your piece of construction paper.

3. Number your paragraphs.

4. Highlight all transitional words and phrases.

5. Title the selection.

6. What is the main idea of the selection? Remember main idea= topic + controlling idea

7. Answer the questions over the passage and explain your answers in one to two complete sentences using text evidence.

Example: In paragraph two, it states “________________.” This statement shows…

8. Create a TCAP-style question over the selection. It should have four multiple-choice options and should include the answer.


Answers

Answers

  • D

  • F

  • C

  • C

  • G

  • J

    -0 = 100% Advanced

    -1 = 83% Proficient

    -2 = 66% Basic


I can

I can…

…select an appropriate thesis statement for a writing sample.

…rearrange a multi-paragraphed work in a logical and coherent order.

…select the appropriate time-order or transitional words/phrases to enhance the flow of a writing sample.

…choose the supporting sentence that best fits the context and flow of ideas in a paragraph.

…identify the sentence(s) irrelevant to a paragraph’s theme or flow.

…select an appropriate concluding sentence for a well-developed paragraph.


Exit ticket

Exit Ticket

  • Read the four paragraphs. Write a main idea statement and appropriate title for each paragraph.

  • REMEMBER that the topic and controlling idea must be present in both.

  • 40 point CLASSWORK GRADE:

  • 3 point BONUS (Must show work)

    .84 x 50 =


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