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Mrs. Halverson taught my fourth grade class. I fell in love with writing that year. And I am pretty sure it was because of the way she made writing and story telling come alive.
When I think back to the lessons I learned that year, three stand out that remain just as relevant now for me and my work. And because so many of us must write, blog, communicate and create content, these three things are great reminders for almost all of us grown-ups (who know a lot but sometimes forget the basics we learned in the first place.)
So, next time you need to create content or write something, take some tips from Mrs. Halverson and do these three things:
Start with a topic sentence
When you use a topic sentence to start each paragraph, it helps you write the rest of the paragraph. Here’s how you do it:…
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Geeky Gramma ~~
Retired Middle School Language Arts Teacher ~~
Writer and Thinker