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#6: Explain the role of diversity in college settings. (Paragraph)

Explain the role of diversity in college settings.

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Sentence Writing - Expanding, adding who, what, when, where, why

an 8 x 11 sized "poster" created to help my second grade students to remember to write better sentences. It helps them to remember to include details in their sentences and try to paint a picture with words, including verbs, adjectives, nouns, etc.

Write an informational paragraph while creating a craft! Your third grade, fourth grade, or fifth grade students will love using this sandwich analogy to build a better paragraph. As they move through the writing process, kids write topic, detail, and concluding sentences on hamburger parts. They then create more parts for elaboration, word choice, and transitions. Expository writing has never been so much fun!

Paragraph Writing - Hamburger Craft for Writing Informative Paragraphs

Crafting better paragraphs is fun and easy with this free poster set and project. Kids can easily remember the steps with a hamburger paragraph analogy.

*spits out tea* WHOA. HOLD UP. WHAT BOOK WAS THIS IN? ---- FOUND IT The Son of Neptune page 66 third paragraph words two and three. < he smiled!<<HE SMILED!!!!<<<< *chokes on cookie* WHAT!?!?!<<<<< WE GOT A 584 I REPEAT A 584 NICO DI ANGELO SMILED<<<<<< This is not a drill I repeat this is not a drill Nico di Angelo smile<<I'm only pinning this because of the comments.  The corn plant smiled.  We can all rest in peace now.

*spits out tea* WHOA. WHAT BOOK WAS THIS IN? ----The Son of Neptune page 66 third paragraph words two and three. < But why is no one talking about how two sentences after that Percy says, 'he slaughtered my panda'.

[INFOGRAPHIC] Guide to Perfect Social Media Posts for a blog; YouTube; Facebook; Twitter; Pinterest; Google+; Instagram; Vine; and Tumblr: Title; Image; First paragraph; Word count; Call-to-action; Links; Social Media share; Best times; Details.

A Guide to Perfect Social Media Posts (Infographic)

This post is incredibly useful for all platforms! It gives you all the startup tips for a successful social media presence if you are just creating one or getting started. I will be sure to use this throughout the rest of the class.

[INFOGRAPHIC] Guide to Perfect Social Media Posts for a blog; YouTube; Facebook; Twitter; Pinterest; Google+; Instagram; Vine; and Tumblr: Title; Image; First paragraph; Word count; Call-to-action; Links; Social Media share; Best times; Details.

A Guide to Perfect Social Media Posts (Infographic)

SOCIAL MEDIA - "How to create perfect posts on Social Platforms". (perfect-post-infographic-my-clever-agency).

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