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  • Kelly Varhola

    Stoplight Paragraphs: this anchor chart gives students the knowledge they need to write a well developed paragraph. Not only does it act as a reminder, but the following activity gives students the opportunity to "cut" up a paragraph into the topic sentence, supporting details, and closing sentence. This can also be a reading strategy for the junior grades, as more informational text can be better understood by finding the thesis and supporting details, and conclusion. @amandarogers21 @kc2102

  • Debra Stubbs-Pink

    Spend a Day in 2nd Grade: Stoplight Paragraphs

  • Daph Lang

    Stoplight Paragraphs anchor chart- language arts

  • Alyssa Bunch

    Paragraph Writing Chart. This is just the anchor chart. The whole lesson is hands on paragraph writing. A great idea that incorporates writing using all styles of learning. from mrs. prince & co.: Stoplight Paragraphs

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Stoplight Paragraphs: green-topic sentence, yellow-supporting sentences, red-closing sentence!

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writers workshop! love this--I would have them underline/highlight example sentences with these colors and later in their own rough draft writing!

When do you use a new paragraph?This is so hard for kids. It is a great chart to add to a minilesson next year.