"Rework the Prompt to Serve as an Introduction"

"Rework the Prompt to Serve as an Introduction"

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QUESTION: How can I prepare students to write an introduction to an extended-response prompt?

ANSWER: An extended reading response requires a 3-5 paragraph essay. This merits a longer introductory paragraph that identifies the purpose, addresses the topic, and includes a thesis statement. You can show students how to build an introduction using the sentences of the original prompt.

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Outline6 Minutes

  • Rework the Prompt to Serve as an Introduction
  • Video
  • Article

About this Video

QUESTION: How can I prepare students to write an introduction to an extended-response prompt?

ANSWER: An extended reading response requires a 3-5 paragraph essay. This merits a longer introductory paragraph that identifies the purpose, addresses the topic, and includes a thesis statement. You can show students how to build an introduction using the sentences of the original prompt.

Subscribers are able to view the full article and accompanying video.

Questions: Contact webPD | 1-888-376-0448

Outline6 Minutes

  • Rework the Prompt to Serve as an Introduction
  • Video
  • Article