Writing a Paragraph.

Kaleb Brand


Thinking of a good idea is the first step of writing.

  • Choose a topic that is interesting to you.
  • Include some detail, like facts, thoughts, and feelings.
  • Excellent writing has a clear message, purpose, or focus.


Next you need to organize your thoughts and sort them into groups.

  • Effective writing has a clear beginning, middle, and end.
  • The overall writing is well organized and easy to follow.


The best writers reveal their own special way of writing.

  • Engage the readers to make them to want to keep reading more.
  • Reveal your own special way of writing.

4-Word Choice

Good writing has strong, juicy words.

  • You need specific nouns, verbs, and exiting adverbs and adjectives!
  • The words should fit the audience and deliver a clear message.

5-Sentence Fluency

Effective writing flows smoothly.

  • Sentences have a variety of lengths and sentence beginnings.
  • Combine short choppy ones into longer smoother ones.
  • Use simple, compound, and complex sentences.


Good writing is carefully edited.

  • Writing follows the rules for punctuation, grammar, and spelling.
  • Edit your paper by using C.O.P.S ( Capitalization, Overall appearance, Punctuation, Spelling )

Six Traits of Writing for Stick People

Writing Process

  • Brainstorming : First you need to gather your ideas and choose one.
  • Prewriting : Next you need to sort them into three groups.
  • Compose : Then you need to write a rough draft.
  • Evaluation : After that you need to see how it is and think how you can make it better.
  • Revision : Then decide if you should change anything, like sentence beginnings or number of words in a sentence.
  • Editing : Next you need to edit that stuff out in put in your new, better sentences.
  • Publishing / Sharing : Last of all you need to write your final draft.

Write Tools

  • T-table : Make notes, Make sure you have, a topic sentence, main ideas, details, and a conclusion sentence.
  • Core four Topic Sentence : You should have number statements, questions, and situation stance topic sentences. They are yellow.
  • Transitions : Never use first, second, third all in one paragraph. Use like then, in addition, in fact, next, last of all, to begin, finally, also.
  • Details : Details are extra stuff, like add more facts about the idea, tell me more. They are pink.
  • Conclusion Sentences : Conclusion sentences are to wrap up the story with a good ending. They are green.

Porky Pig Cartoon Ending "That's All Folks!"