Starter Paragraph Punch v.8.4

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By Helps students develop their basic paragraph writing skills. Students learn how to write an effective paragraph -- developed by reason, detail, sequence, example, and cause and effect. Choosing from a menu of topics, students are guided to develop an idea, and to write their own topic sentence, body, and conclusion. Steps include pre-writing, writing, organizing, revising, rewriting, and publishing. Teachers can monitor their students progress in the record management system. Designed for students in grades 3 through 5 (ages 8 and up), the software can also be used by English language learners and adult students. Curriculum Starter Paragraph Punch, Skill Levels 3 - 5 The program contains 16 writing topics and 1,628 help prompts to guide students through each step in the writing process. Contextual help and feedback engage students of all ages. All student work is stored in the Teacher Program Manager. Students will... Use pre-writing strategies for different writing tasks. Write clear descriptive sentences. Focus writing on a central idea or topic. Use supporting ideas, detail, and facts to develop and elaborate on a topic. Proofread to correct conventional errors in mechanics, usage, and punctuation.

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  • Starter Paragraph Punch
  • 8.4
  • Merit Software
  • Windows 2003, XP, 2000, 98, Me, NT
  • Shareware
  • 7.32 Mb
  • 185
  • $45.00
 
 

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