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Golden Book Paragraphs. Theme notes Two-chunk essay notes. Theme. A theme is a message or moral of a story. A theme occurs in a story, but is also true in real life. Two-Chunk Essay – Intro Paragraph.

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Golden book paragraphs

Golden Book Paragraphs

Theme notes

Two-chunk essay notes


Theme
Theme

  • A theme is a message or moral of a story.

  • A theme occurs in a story, but is also true in real life.


Two chunk essay intro paragraph
Two-Chunk Essay – Intro Paragraph

  • Hook: Something that grabs your reader’s attention; could be a question, bold statement, or something everyone can relate to

  • Follow-up: A statement that expands upon your hook/takes it one step further

  • Thesis: Most important sentence in your essay; tells what you will prove throughout your essay; includes title and author

    • Example: In (name of story) by (author) , (protagonist or antagonists names) learns (theme) .


Two chunk essay body paragraph
Two-Chunk Essay – Body Paragraph

  • [TS]: Introduce what the paragraph is about; relate it to the prompt

  • [CD1]: Your first fact that supports the theme

  • [CM1 & CM2]: Your thoughts connecting your first CD to your theme

  • [CD2]: Your second fact that supports the theme

  • [CM1 & CM2]: Your thoughts connecting your second CD to your theme

  • [CS]: Restates the theme (Doughnut?)


Two chunk essay conclusion paragraph
Two-Chunk Essay – Conclusion Paragraph

  • Restatement of thesis: Use different words; don’t mention title and author again

  • Follow-up: A statement that expands upon your restatement/takes it one step further

  • Final thought: A statement that relates to the whole world, and then brings it back to the character or literary work

    • Example: Each and every one of us can learn (thesis) , just like (character) .


Prompt
Prompt

  • Write a two-chunk essay detailing the theme in your Golden Book.


Today
Today…

  • Read your Golden Book “kindergarten style”

    • Show pictures!

    • Be animated!

  • As a group, determine your theme

  • Begin a T-chart

    • Put the prompt at the top!

    • Everyone should have the exact same notes

  • Get T-chart okayed

  • Start to write your paragraph


Tomorrow
Tomorrow…

  • Work on and complete your paragraph

  • Get paragraph okayed

  • Begin poster

    • Everyone works on poster

      • Each person writes a sentence or more

      • Someone draws

      • Someone does the title


Final day
Final Day…

  • Finish poster

  • Turn it in!

    • Due at the end of the period


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