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Reading Classroom Reports

Before you write your own report, you should read other students' reports and note the types of details they include. Consider how you might share similar types of details in your own report. Also, listen to the audio recording of each sample to get a sense of how a report should sound.

Reading a Paragraph Report

A paragraph report is a quick summary of a topic. The topic sentence introduces the topic and shows what makes it special. The body sentences give important facts and details about the topic. The ending sentence gives a final thought about the topic.

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