Table of Contents for this Book and How to Use The Meaningful Composition program
Projects Contained in This Book
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This first semester book for middle schoolers gets students moving from simpler projects to more advanced projects (including citing quotes!) with lots of hand-holding and skill building along the way.
Once again, this book contains the pre-writing skills needed to complete this book’s projects including creating bibliography cards, quotation inclusion and citations, thesis statement development, listing sources using a Works Cited page, outlining card creation, Checklist Challenge editing revisions, writing with strong verbs, avoiding redundancy, main idea creation, and much more. Long and Strong includes a few Sentence-by-Sentence Outline (S-by-S) and Essay/Report From Given Material about wolves, Bible characters, a loon, bacteria, raccoon story, and more.
Students are introduced to various Opening and Closing Paragraph types including our Definition Template Paragraph, Quotation Paragraph, Comparing/Contrasting Closing, and Story Opening.
Additionally, students complete many original projects including a multi-step instructional essay, biographical report (with an introduction to formal outlining), friendly letter, animal of the Bible, and personal testimonial. Note that all of our first semester books from 5-I through and including 9-I have step-by-step lessons on How to Create and Write From a Sentence-by-Sentence Outline Over Given Material and How to Complete the Checklist Challenge.
Be sure to read our Meaningful Composition General Guide & Overview of each book.
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