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Chapter 1 – WRITING A PARAGRAPH Copyright © 2012 Terry Hudson
The paragraph is the basic building block. One idea to a paragraph Copyright © 2012 Terry Hudson
Topic Purpose Audience Copyright © 2012 Terry Hudson
Freewriting Brainstorming Journal Finding Specific Ideas Selecting One Topic Adding Details Copyright © 2012 Terry Hudson
Listing Mapping Forming & Writing Topic Sentence Copyright © 2012 Terry Hudson
Checking Adding Details Eliminating Details From List to Outline Copyright © 2012 Terry Hudson
Adding Details Eliminating Details that Not Fit Putting Details in Right Order Copyright © 2012 Terry Hudson
Combining Sentences Adding Details Copyright © 2012 Terry Hudson
Title Final Version Copyright © 2012 Terry Hudson
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