Book Review: Why They Can’t Write

Killing the Five-Paragraph Essay and other Necessities By: Bethany Chappel, M.Ed. Students across America sit at their desks in classrooms with teachers who have been given clear expectations about the written work that these students should be able to produce, namely in the form of a five-paragraph essay. If you’re reading this, then you are probably well-aware of exactly the type of essay to which I refer. Sure, it serves its purpose, guiding students through topic sentences, thesis statements, concluding paragraphs, etc…, but does the five-paragraph essay have a place in every assignment and writing goal that a student has […]
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