Language arts 7th grade

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how would you write a 2:2 Jane Schaeffer paragraph?

  • Language arts 7th grade -

    Read this very carefully:

    My guess is that you should follow this list for each sentence in your paragraph:

    1. topic sentence
    2. CD #1
    3. CM
    4. CM
    5. CD #2
    6. CM
    7. CM
    8. transition/conclusion

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