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CES students sharpen on-demand writing skills

Campbellsville Elementary School students are sharpening their on-demand writing skills.

 

In Shirley Cox’s writing lab, students are learning about thesis statements, and how to write an introduction and conclusion.

 

Students are learning how to form paragraphs in their writing, and to put all the elements together to create a strong on-demand writing piece.

 

When finished, students were asked to trace their hand and write five topics they learned about during the lesson.

 

CES fifth-grader Lilyan Murphy writes a thesis statement.

CES fifth-grader Lilyan Murphy writes a thesis statement.

 

CES fifth-graders Landon Arnett, at left, and Bronson Cox talk as they write their thesis statements.

CES fifth-graders Landon Arnett, at left, and Bronson Cox talk as they write their thesis statements.

 

CES writing teacher Shirley Cox helps fifth-graders Javarius Gurley, at left, and Ethan Cox as they write thesis statements.

CES writing teacher Shirley Cox helps fifth-graders Javarius Gurley, at left, and Ethan Cox as they write thesis statements.

 

CES fifth-grader Spencer Bates traces his hand to write five topics he learned about during the lesson.

CES fifth-grader Spencer Bates traces his hand to write five topics he learned about during the lesson.

 

From left, CES fifth-graders Christopher Cox, Arthur Singleton and Cody Agee trace their hands as they write five topics they learned about during their lesson.

From left, CES fifth-graders Christopher Cox, Arthur Singleton and Cody Agee trace their hands as they write five topics they learned about during their lesson.





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