Organization:

 

Linking The Pieces Together

Organization is the internal structure, the thread of central meaning, and the logical and sometimes intriguing pattern of ideas within a piece of writing.

 

Organization provides the structure of writing. It helps readers make connections from one idea to the next.

 

Organization provides the skeletal support for the overall meaning of writing.

 

The lessons in this section encourage students to explore different types of writing and the ways they are organized. Each grade level has it own set of lessons to fit the students of that grade.

 

Here are some of the lesson topics in the Organization section for Kindergarten:

 

Lesson 2: My First Book (page 128)

Lesson 5: Writing a Letter  (page 136)

Lesson 8: Poetry: Simple Acrostic (page 143)

 

See all nine lessons in

Getting to the Core of Writing, Level K