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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

Test Prep- Connecting with Details

Kylene Reed
March 25, 2019

As the 4th graders prepared to write to the new prompt "A hobby you are involved in," we looked at the difference between just writing down information or really making a connection with your details. Here is a quick modeled sample from their class on which details will be more effective in their expository piece. 

 

 

expository, details, model, charting, test prep

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kreed@empoweringwriters.com

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