Under Construction: Building a Paragraph with a Bubble Map

Under Construction: Building a Paragraph with a Bubble Map

Under Construction: Building a Paragraph with a Bubble Map What is a paragraph? A paragraph is a group of sentences about one topic. What is a paragraph? A paragraph has 3 parts. Topic Sentence

A strong, clear sentence that tells what your paragraph will be about. Details 2 or 3 sentences that give more information about your topic. Closing Sentence A strong sentence at the end of your paragraph that restates your topic. How do I build a paragraph? We can build a paragraph like we build a hamburger. What are the parts of a hamburger?

Hamburger Paragraph Just like a hamburger, a good paragraph needs something to hold it together. Topic Sentence Closing Sentence Hamburger Paragraph Just like a hamburger, a good paragraph needs good details to make a good filling.

Details What does a paragraph need? A paragraph has 3 parts. Topic Sentence A strong, clear sentence that tells what your paragraph will be about. Details 2 or 3 sentences that give more information about your topic. Closing Sentence

A strong sentence at the end of your paragraph that restates your topic. Lets look at an example. Animals at the Zoo Tigers and elephants are two animals I saw at the zoo. The tigers are orange with black stripes. The elephants are gray and have big ears. I saw a lot of animals at the zoo, but tigers and elephants were my favorite. Can you find the 3 parts of the paragraph in the example? Look for the topic sentence, the details, and the closing statement.

Build Your Hamburger Tigers and elephants are two Topic Sentence animals I saw at the zoo. The tigers1stare orangeSentence with black stripes. Detail The elephants are gray

with big ears. 2nd Detail Sentence I saw a lot of animals at the zoo, but tigers Closing Sentence and elephants were my favorite. Lets look at an example. Animals at the Zoo Tigers and elephants are two animals I saw at the

zoo. The tigers are orange with black stripes. The elephants are gray with big ears. I saw a lot of animals at the zoo, but the tigers and elephants were my favorites. Tigers and elephants are two What is the topic sentence? animals I saw at the zoo.

The tigers are orange What is the first detail? with black stripes. The elephants are gray What is the second detail? with big ears. I saw a lot of animals at the zoo, but What the tigers is theand closing

the elephants sentence? were my favorites.

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