Logically Ordered Writing – Your given a starting sentence, drive it home!
Logically Ordered Paragraphs – Come up with four details that back up your given statement.
Turning Ideas into Essays – This is all about boy and girl scout.
Putting Your Ideas in Order – Support these thoughts with three supporting details.
Building Paragraphs – Build a foundation for these opinion statements.
Elect Me! – Pretend that you are running for President of your class. Choose one of the topic sentences provided. Then fill in the blanks with details to support it.
Write a Persuasive Essay – An opinion is what you think about something that you have strong feelings about.
Writing Supporting Details – Between the topic sentence and the conclusion are supporting details. Details prove, explain or support the topic sentence.
Building an Essay With Paragraphs – Read the writing topic. Then choose three main ideas from the list provided to serve as the body of your essay.
Putting Your Supporting Details in Order – Read the topic sentence. Brainstorm reasons to support the main idea.
Developing a Topic – Think about experiences you have had. Think of three main ideas that will develop the topic. Then, on a separate sheet of paper, write a 3-paragraph essay using the main ideas and adding supporting details where needed.
Building on the Main Idea – A well-written paragraph builds upon the main idea, presents arguments in a logical order, and makes its strongest point just before its conclusion.
Camp Catastrophe – Caroline is at camp, but she isn't having any fun, and she plans to write a letter to her parents to ask that they come get her and take her home.
To Whom It May Concern... – John is writing to the customer service department of a store to ask for his money back after being dissatisfied with something that he purchased.
Can You Convince Me? – Effective persuasive writing requires that ideas be ordered logically, and that you build towards your strongest supporting detail.