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Tracy Chambers

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Informational Writing: Step 4 Write and Introduction Sentence

Click on the add response. Re Watch the video. Now it is time to make an introduction sentence. We like to catch a reader with a good hook. Go back and look at your 5 facts. How can you turn your first sentence into a good hook? Example: My first fact says I live in Winnipeg. Maybe I could write it as BRRR! I live in Winnipeg! Notice I used a sound effect and an exclamation mark. That makes it interesting for our reading audience. Use the anchor chart attached to help guide you in your introduction sentence. When you have it ready, write it on the Seesaw notes and send it to your teacher by clicking on the green check mark.

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Writing
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