There are a number of important elements to any successful high school or college essay. This article will define those elements and provide you with a good strategy for crafting a great 3-paragraph essay outline that keep your thoughts organized and make writing your paper much easier.
Your entire writing plan, from grades
3 through 12, is .
On 6 pages, you will see your entire program laid out before you in fifteen steps. Hang it near your desk or keep it handy as a quick reference. If you see a lesson you like from your current language arts program, make a note on this summary so you’re sure to teach it at the appropriate time. This summary will also tell you what resources to use. It will recommend our curriculum or point you to your current language arts program. Of course, we believe that our curriculum is the best. However, if you like what you have, you are free to use it.
*Note: This book will show you how to teach this, but does not give the specific lesson plan. You can purchase our resource for teaching the paragraph and five paragraph essay or feel free to use other curriculum.
A Pacing Chart:
The second section offers three plans for pacing the fifteen steps of this writing plan. If your child is ready to write a paragraph, he/she is ready to begin the program. The first pacing guide is for elementary students. This guide starts slowly and helps you give your student plenty of time to master each of the fifteen steps.
The next pacing guides show you how to pace the fifteen steps for your middle or high school students. Because they are older, they can master the concepts more easily. Just follow the pacing guide and your child will have a solid foundation in writing well before they graduate.