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Stop light Paragraphs

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Andrew Rockenstein

on 22 October 2015

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Transcript of Stop light Paragraphs

Stoplight Paragraphs
In Stoplight Form:
A paragraph has three parts:
Example:
Green, Yellow and Red to the rescue!
So...
when wrting a paragraph, just think...
1.

Topic sentence
- "Go sentence"! starts off with a bang and tells what the paragraph will be about.

2.

Body
- details that support the go sentence.

3.

Conclusion

sentence-

"Stop sentence" brings the paragraph to an end.
Last Sunday I had the most incredible tuna melt ever! It was called the “Undersea Delight,” and it came from Shorty Slim’s Sub-emporium. The Undersea Delight was warm and toasty like any other tuna melt. What made it so good were the chopped jalapeno peppers they put on top. Those made it truly unique, and blazing hot! I can’t wait to go back and devour another amazing Undersea Delight.
Last Sunday I had the most incredible tuna melt ever!

It was called the “Undersea Delight,” and it came from Shorty Slim’s Sub-emporium. The Undersea Delight was warm and toasty like any other tuna melt. What made it so good were the chopped jalapeno peppers they put on top. Those made it truly unique, and blazing hot!
I can’t wait to go back and devour another amazing Undersea Delight.
Green!
Yellow!
Red!
Goal:
You will be able to write a paragraph that includes:

a topic sentence
supporting details
a conclusion sentence

using the "Stoplight" model.
Quiz
1. What is the job of the Topic sentence (AKA "Go Sentence")?

2. What is the job of the yellow sentences?

3. What is the job of the conclusion sentence (AKA "Stop Sentence")?
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