Concluding paragraphs in research papers

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(Add others reasons as appropriate.) Guided Practice

  1. Give students copies of My Crazy Hat Adventure without paragraphs. Examine the text and discuss how hard it is to read. Remind students of the P-A-T idea.
  2. Pass out small colored stickers. Have students place a sticker at each place where they see a need to indent because the place changes (P). Have students place a different color/type of sticker at each place where the time changes. Ask small groups to compare the places where they would indent with the transparency of My Crazy Hat Adventure with paragraphs. Discuss the (P)lace, (A)ction, and (T)ime reasons for the indentations.
Independent Practice
  1. Follow up by having students look at their own writing and put stickers where they would start new paragraphs. Eventually have them use colored markers to use the paragraph indentation editing symbol.
  2. Repeat the lesson several times as appropriate. Remind students about using the P-A-T strategy and the indentation editing symbol.
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