Hamburger Paragraphs - Mrs. Zierer's Classroom

Hamburger Paragraphs - Mrs. Zierer's Classroom

Hamburger Paragraphs How to write a really great paragraph! Click on me to learn about The Topic Sentence (Top Bun) Very first sentence of your paragraph. Always needs to be indented. Tells what your paragraph is going to be about.

There are many reasons that I love to teach. First of all, I love to teach because I love being at school. Another reason I love teaching is that the days go by quickly. A third reason I love to teach is because I love seeing a student understand something new. Finally, I love to teach because I love to be around kids. These are just a few reasons I love to teach. Click here to return to the hamburger The First Detail (Lettuce) Should not be the most important detail. Needs to follow directly after the topic

sentence. Needs to be full of good lettucy details! There are many reasons that I love to teach. First of all, I love to teach because I love being at school. Another reason I love teaching is that the days go by quickly. A third reason I love to teach is because I love seeing a student understand something new. Finally, I love to teach because I love to be around kids. These are just a few reasons I love to teach. Click here to return to the hamburger The Second Detail (Tomato)

Still should not be the most important detail. Needs to follow directly after the lettuce sentence. Needs to be full of good juicy details! There are many reasons that I love to teach. First of all, I love to teach because I love being at school. Another reason I love teaching is that the days go by quickly. A third reason I love to teach is because I love seeing a student understand something new. Finally, I love to teach because I love to be around kids. These are just a few reasons I love to teach.

Click here to return to the hamburger The Third Detail (Cheese) Still not be the most important detail. Needs to start differently than other sentences. Needs to be full of good cheesy details! There are many reasons that I love to teach. First of all, I love to teach because I love being at school. Another reason I love teaching is that the days go by quickly. A third reason I love to teach is because I love

seeing a student understand something new. Finally, I love to teach because I love to be around kids. These are just a few reasons I love to teach. Click here to return to the hamburger The Last Detail (Meat) Finally!! The most important detail. Should start differently than most of the other sentences. Needs to be full of good meaty details! There are many reasons that I love to teach. First of all, I

love to teach because I love being at school. Another reason I love teaching is that the days go by quickly. A third reason I love to teach is because I love seeing a student understand something new. Finally, I love to teach because I love to be around kids. These are just a few reasons I love to teach. Click here to return to the hamburger The Closing Sentence (Bottom Bun) Should look a lot like the topic sentence. Needs to summarize the topic. Needs to be an obvious end to the

sentence. There are many reasons that I love to teach. First of all, I love to teach because I love being at school. Another reason I love teaching is that the days go by quickly. A third reason I love to teach is because I love seeing a student understand something new. Finally, I love to teach because I love to be around kids. These are just a few reasons I love to teach. Click here to see a good paragraph on the web!

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