Activities for 2nd Graders on Writing Complete Sentences By Sarah Mollman Use educational activities to teach second-grade students to write complete sentences. Part of the second-grade curriculum involves teaching students to recognize and write complete sentences. This learned skill can be taught in a variety of ways.
What is this child able to do as a writer? She has generated an idea to write about that she feels strongly about.
She sticks to the topic. She uses conventions such as capital letters and ending punctuation for most sentences. See transcript ] Transcript: My dog Wendy is up to my knees.
I teach her how to jump through a hulahoop. I can also hide somewhere in my house and say OK. Wendy is 8 years old. She likes to go on walks. She is a cocker spaniel with big floppy ears. Wendy has a friend named Bear too. Have you ever heard of dog years?
Well, in dog years my dog is about 60 years old. What does this child need to learn next? This child has a lot to say about her topic, but she is having difficulty organizing her ideas. She jumps around between describing her dog and telling about fun things she likes to do with her dog. She could benefit from learning how to group similar sentences into paragraphs and learning how to sequence important story events.
She may want to reread her piece and sort her sentences into those that describe her dog and those that tell what she likes to do with her dog.
She could use one highlighter color for one topic and another highlighter color for the other topic.
Then, she could rewrite her piece with all of one topic in one paragraph and the other topic in a second paragraph. The teacher could show her, and the rest of the class, how to write a topic sentence for each paragraph.
The teacher could use her sentences as the mentor text and the class could generate several topic sentences for her to choose from.
The paragraph hamburger strategy could help her organize her ideas around a topic sentence and supporting details.Before teaching second-graders how to write a topic sentence, help students learn how to identify the main idea.
The topic should be general enough to umbrella all the details in the paragraph, but also specific enough that it gets a point across.
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