Lesson 8: From Outline... to Essay!
Students make direct connections between the format of an outline and the organization in an essay. Using side-by-side examples, students see how the outline translates into a written product. They also see examples of complex sentences in action. At the end of this lesson, students begin their rough drafts.
The student will:
- Deconstruct an essay by color-coding its parts.
- Compare an outline and an essay by color-coding the same information in both.
- Write the rough draft of an essay.
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