Tools for Teaching ACES
The Teaching ACES material found in this hyperlink was developed to provide an example of the strategy at each stage of writing development–from a simple paragraph to a multiple paragraph essay. Use the worksheets found underneath the tab, ACES Worksheets, in conjuction with the material in the Teaching ACES hyperlink.
Click on the additional hyperlinks below for examples from teachers and students using the ACES writing strategy™.
|Examples of Basic ACES paragraph development
- Question: What are some warm-up exercises that you do before playing sports?
- Question: What do you think a medical illustrator draws?
- Question: If you were a medical reporter, what would you report on?
- Question: If you were a scientist, what would you study?
- Question: What are some of the challenges an obstetrician may face?
- Question: What are the responsibilities of a biochemist?
- Question: How do bioengineers help treat patients?
- Question: What are the responsibilities of a biologist?
- Question: What are the responsibilities of a cancer researcher?
|Examples of Multi-Paragraph Essays using the ACES Writing Strategy™
- Question: What sport, hobby, or activity could you teach someone else?
- Question: What do you like to do? I like to ski!
- Question: What do you like to do? I like to ski
- Question: Who is busy? Bees are busy!
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