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Writing a Classroom Report

Once you finish your planning and research, you are ready to write your first draft. These activities will help you hook the reader's interest at the beginning, explain important information in the middle, and end with a strong final point.

Writing the Beginning Paragraph

The first sentence in your report should grab your reader’s attention. It is called a lead. The following activity will help you write an effective lead sentence.

Write a lead.

Read each lead-writing strategy and example. Then write your own example of each strategy. Make a copy of this Google doc or download a Word template.

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