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1 PRESENTED BY Beverly Dunaway

2  OPENING  Play theme song “Rocky” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PtvLTZS 4Ik http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PtvLTZS 4Ik

3  WORDS TO SONG:  I AM GOING FOR THE WRITING GOAL  To Elaborate, To Elaborate, To Elaborate.  Details,  I am going for the writing goal………  To elaborate to Elaborate  Details, support,  Writing Hard Now, Writing Hard Now,  (Guitar player! Pretends to play guitar)  (Students areJogging )for Writing  Working hard now, getting strong now

4  Going the Distance”- Becoming a Champion Writer requires hard work “LABOR”  PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT  STRETCH THOSE WRITING MUSCLES  “GOING THE DISTANCE“ WHEN WRITING GETS HARD  SET A GOAL….AIM HIGH!

5  Rocky won the battle  Rocky won the fight  But it took working hard and a strong “Right”.  Writing is a battle I want to win with skills.  L.E.A.P.S are my friends and will give my paper a thrill.  Illustrate, examples, anecdotes, placement,  SUPPORT IS MY GOAL IN THE FINAL CHAMPIONSHIP!  Rocky won the battle and so can I.  Rocky won the battle and so can I  BY LEAPS, LEAPS, LEAPS By Leaps by Leaps by Leaps

6  DRINKING A DRINK WITH NO LIQUID IN THE GLASS. WHY?

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8  JUST AS IT IS NOT CLEAR WHAT IS INSIDE THIS DRINK……..NOT ENOUGH DETAILS

9  Science Experiment: Details and Support Overflow in Paper! They make paper grow.  They give the interesting details to make the reader want to come back!  Note: In tall, slender glass beaker, pour in soda. Next, pour in vinegar. Watch it grow! ELABORATION SHOULD GROW TOO IF YOU PUT IN THE RIGHT INGREDIENTS!

10 ROCKY LEAPS  L Illustrations….. Illuminate  E Examples ………Electrify  A Anecdotes……. Accentuate  P Placement in paper for Placing First  S Support……….. Satisfaction

11  Modeling: This is NOT ELABORATION THAT I AM TALKING ABOUT  Point to an object in the classroom and say, “I see the color ________. It is a  __________. Ms. ________, what did you see?” Then respond, “I see a ______  __________.” For example: I see the color blue. It is a ball. Ms. Phelps, what did  you see? I see a blue ball.

12  Crisp, delicious apples are nutritious and tasty. Their unblemished, bright  yellow skin protects the crunchy, sweet white apple-y flesh that cleans  your teeth as your taste buds dance a jig of happiness. These healthy  treats will keep your body healthy and your smile white!

13  Slowly, I reached up and rubbed my eyes as my brain  frantically attempted to make sense of what I had seen.  Seconds later, I dared to peek at the amazing sight one  more time. My eyes had not deceived me. Dragon, my sweet  little kitty, was still sitting on the curtain rod above the  window in my living room. As I stared up at him he turned  his head and watched me slowly move toward him. My brain  whirled with ideas of how to get that rascal down without  tearing down the brand new ebony curtains. At only five  feet tall, it would be impossible for me to simply reach up  and grab him. Fortunately, the overstuffed leather chair  was sitting right underneath the window so I carefully  climbed up into it. Stretching my arms up over my head and  reaching as far as they could go, I still couldn’t quite grab  that little gray ball of fur. Ugh! Next, I rose up on my  tiptoes and felt my fingers brush the silky fur of my little  feline. Just as I wrapped my hands around him, he launched  himself off the rod and gracefully landed on the floor.  Unfortunately, my arms continued to grab at him as he  jumped and my body followed the motion. Seconds later I  found myself in a heap on the living room floor as Dragon  ran off to find a new adventure. I realized that while I had  been trying to save Dragon from getting hurt, I had almost  hurt myself. For an instant, I lay on the floor and laughed at  my ridiculous antics. I knew then that having a cat meant  that he would get into many situations that would turn my  hair has gray as his!

14  The drinking straw was patented on this day in 1888. You have been asked to organize the first ever “Drinking Straw Olympics.” What type of events would be you create for the event? Remember…the main item for all events has to be the straw.

15  Paragraph- a group of sentences about the main idea  The main idea sentence is supported by details, examples, elaboration, and  a summary sentence.  Paragraph: Topic  Paragraph: Main Idea  Paragraph: Group of sentences that are supported by details, examples, elaboration and summary sentence.

16  WORDS TO SONG:  I AM GOING FOR THE WRITING GOAL  To Elaborate, To Elaborate, To Elaborate.  Details, Details, Details  I am going for the writing goal………  To elaborate,to elaborate  Details, Details, Details  Writing Hard Now, Writing Hard Now,  Guitar player (student pretends to play guitar)!  (Students Jogging) for Writing  Working hard now, getting strong now

17  Rocky won the battle  Rocky won the fight  But it took working hard and a strong “Right”.  Writing is a battle I want to win with skills.  L.E.A.P.S are my friends and will give my paper a thrill.  Illustrate, examples, anecdotes, placement,  SUPPORT IS MY GOAL IN THE FINAL CHAMPIONSHIP!  Rocky won the battle and so can I.  Rocky won the battle and so can I  BY LEAPS, LEAPS, LEAPS By Leaps by Leaps by Leaps

18  L Illustrations- describe  E For example, to make your point clear (VIVID- APPEALING- DESCRIPTIVE)  A Mini Stories - I remember a time,  P Placement- is key. You win by placing strategic punches. Let no opportunity pass you by  S Puts the Power Punch in the Paper

19  DETAILS - ENOUGH TO GRAB THE READERS ATTENTION! BE SPECIFIC. Add to main idea.  Elaborate- to expand on ideas to create a clearer picture in the reader’s  mind by adding details  Specificity- the quality of being specific rather than general

20  Support- quality of details illustrating or explaining the central theme:   Bare- use of single lists that focus on events and reasons   Extended- use of information that begins to clarify meaning   Layered- use of series of informational statement that  collectively help to clarify meaning   Elaborated- use of additional details, anecdotes,  illustrations, and examples that further clarify meaning

21  The drinking straw was patented on this day in 1888. You have been asked to organize the first ever “Drinking Straw Olympics.” What type of events would be you create for the event? Remember…the main item for all events has to be a straw.

22  Dear To Whom it may Concern,  Jane has excellent communication skills. In addition, she is extremely organized, reliable and computer literate. Jane can work independently and is able to follow through to ensure that the job gets done. She is flexible and willing to work on any project that is assigned to her. Jane was quick to volunteer to assist in other areas of company operations, as well.  Jane would be a tremendous asset for your company and has my highest recommendation. If you have any further questions with regard to her background or qualifications, please do not hesitate to call me.   Sincerely,

23  List of Jane’s skills: not elaborated   Communication skills  Organized  Computer skills  Works independently  Follows through on projects  Volunteers quickly

24  Kinds of Examples:   About the place  About the person  About the event  About the time  About the feelings  About the reasons


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