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Sentence Composing Hatchet G. Paulsen. Chunking to Imitate Model: Then he turned and stood still with the sun at his back and studied the water again.

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1 Sentence Composing Hatchet G. Paulsen

2 Chunking to Imitate Model: Then he turned and stood still with the sun at his back and studied the water again. Chunked: Then he turned / and stood still/ with the sun at his back/ and studied the water again. Imitation :

3 Chunking to Imitate Model: He was in the bushes in moments scattering the birds grabbing branches stripping them to fill his mouth with berries. Chunked: He was in the bushes in moments / scattering the birds / grabbing branches / stripping them to fill his mouth with berries. Imitation:

4 Unscrambling and trotted back around the lakeThen he picked up the where the fire had burned downspear and bow and to glowing coalstrotted back around the then he picked up lake to his shelter, the spear and the bowwhere the fire had to his shelter,burned down to glowing coals.

5 Unscrambling – cued with punctuation until it stopped wiggling,He held the fish against at what he had done.the sky until it stopped He held the fish wiggling, held it and against the skylooked to the sky and and felt his throat tighten,felt his throat tighten, swell,swell, and fill with pride and fill with prideat what he had done. held it and looked to the sky

6 Unscrambling looked insideHe walked to the he walked to the next cabinnext cabin, looked huddled in the cornerinside, and saw a and saw a bodybody huddled in the corner.

7 Unscrambling to imitate Model: When he awakened the sun was cooking the inside of his mouth and had dried his tongue to leather. List: Imitation: the sun was cookingWhen he awakened the and had dried his backsun was cooking the like sandpapernape of his neck and when he awakenedhad dried his back like the nape of his necksandpaper.

8 Unscrambling to imitate: your turn Model: Sitting alone in the dark, his leg aching, some mosquitoes finding him again, he started crying. List: Imitation: his legs aching running ahead of the pack he started wheezing some mud splattering his t-shirt


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