Sabino-Shaffer

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ssawicki 1 of 3 PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS ARTICLE’S SPELLING OF SCHAFFER IS INCORRECT! Sabercat Library How-To-Teach a One-Chunk Jane Shaffer Paragraph The Sabino Language Arts Department, two members of the Sabino Social Studies Department, and representatives from our feeder middle schools attended a day-long in-service with Jane Shaffer in January 2003. The example given below was created by the Modern Languages Department. It serves as a sample for Sabino teachers who would like to teach and assess students' writing utilizing this method. ** The one-chunk paragraph has five sentences in this order: a topic sentence (TS) , one concrete detail (CD) , two commentary sentences (Com) , and a concluding sentence (CS) . (The colors used in this sample are the highlighter colors utilized by Sabino students in their English classes.) ** Steps: ** Begin with a concrete detail : The Berlin Wall fell in 1989 . ** Then compose two commentary sentences. The student will think in his or her head, "This shows that" and then write:
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2010 for the course ENGL 305 taught by Professor Sawiki during the Fall '09 term at CSU Fullerton.

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