Paragraph Writing from Sentence to Paragraph pdf

Paragraph Writing from Sentence to Paragraph

Paragraph Writing from Sentence to Paragraph takes students from sentence formation to paragraph writing through a process approach. This not only develops students’ paragraph writing skills but also encourages them to become independent and creative writers. The back of the Student’s Book contains peer review forms and a grammar reference section.

This book provides students with:
* Focus on particular aspects of paragraph writing, such as topics, style, and development
* Writing support to help them with brainstorming, organizing ideas, writing topic sentences, and supporting their ideas
* Language support to help them with vocabulary, grammar, and punctuation
* Guidance on reviewing their own and their classmates’ writing in order to make revisions
* Structured, graded writing assignments at the end of each unit.

Paragraph Writing includes 12 units and additional materials.

To the Teacher iv
To the Student v
• Formatting assignments and writing headings
• Process writing
1 Beginning to Work
• Recognizing and writing complete sentences
• Beginning and ending a sentence
• Common paragraph features
• Identifying the topic of a paragraph
• Identifying strong and weak paragraphs
2 Giving and Receiving Presents
• Identifying topics and main ideas
• Identifying strong and weak topic sentences
• Writing topic sentences
• Combining sentences using and and but
• Using commas in sentences with and and but
3 A Favorite Place
• Developing paragraphs with descriptive details
• Using lists to brainstorm
• Learning to edit lists
• Combining sentences containing adjectives
• Writing about places
4 An Exceptional Person
• Using word maps to brainstorm
• Using adjectives in sentences
• Writing concluding sentences
• Using capital letters
• Writing about people
5 Trends and Fads
• Review of descriptive vocabulary
• Using freewriting to brainstorm
• Review of paragraph contents
• Developing peer feedback skills
• Writing about a trend
6 White Lies
• Opinions and examples in supporting sentences
• Using discussion to brainstorm
• Writing about your opinions
7 Explanations and Excuses
• Paragraphs explaining cause and effect I result
• Combining sentences with so and because
• Practicing word maps and freewriting
• Writing about explanations and excuses
8 Problems
• Expressing personal feelings about problems
• Using would like to, want to, and have to
• Logical order of supporting sentences
• Editing lists by ordering ideas logically
• Writing about problems or difficulties
9 Strange Stories
• Using time expressions: after, before, and when
• Identifying the main parts of a narrative
• Ordering events in a narrative logically
• Writing about interesting or unusual experiences
10 Differences
• Using double lists to brainstorm
• Using whereas and however to make comparisons
• Organizing a comparison paragraph
• Comparing different situations I events
• Writing about life changes
11 Difficult Decisions
• Writing about cause and effect relationships
• Using pair interviews to brainstorm
• Beginning paragraphs with a question
• Writing about a difficult decision
12 Fate or Choice?
• Writing about hopes and plans for the future
• Review of brainstorming techniques
• Review of transition expressions
• Writing about the future
Additional Materials
• Useful grammar for writers
• Useful punctuation for academic paragraphs
• Irregular verb list
• Sample brainstorming, 1st draft, peer review notes, and final draft paragraph
• Peer Review Forms



  1. may allah reward you teacher nabil i would to teach second year back student and iam looking for the best way to do
    wish you provide me with more informations and instructions
    thank you again teacher

  2. Dear teacher Nabil, I don’t know how to thank you.

  3. Nisrine Mouttakil

    Much appreciated, Dear Nabil.

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