# Analyze Writing

Writing samples for your students to read, analyze, evaluate, and maybe even mimic.

Sub-topics:

### Robot Writing: Volcano

Read three pieces of writing from three different robots based on a beautiful painting and decide who wins!

### Robot Writing: Acropolis

Read three pieces of writing from three different robots based on a beautiful painting and decide who wins!

### Robot Writing: The Bridge

Read three pieces of writing from three different robots based on a beautiful painting and decide who wins!

### Robot Writing: Orchestra

Read three pieces of writing from three different robots based on a beautiful painting and decide who wins!

### Automobiles – Mixed Up Paragraph

Can you use the context clues to get these sentences about automobiles back into the correct order?

### Washington, DC – Mixed Up Paragraph

Can you use the context clues to get these sentences about Washington, DC back into the correct order?

### Trains – Mixed Up Paragraph

Can you use the context clues to get these sentences about trains back into the correct order?

### Earthquakes – Mixed Up Paragraph

Can you use the context clues to get these sentences about earthquakes back into the correct order?

### Analyze Paragraphs: Baseball

Students will read three paragraphs about the same topic, decide what makes each one different, and then create a super-paragraph!

### Analyze Paragraphs: Cucumbers

Students will read three paragraphs about the same topic, decide what makes each one different, and then create a super-paragraph!

### Analyze Paragraphs: Empire State Building

Students will read three paragraphs about the same topic, decide what makes each one different, and then create a super-paragraph!

### Analyze Paragraphs: Tomatoes

Students will read three paragraphs about the same topic, decide what makes each one different, and then create a super-paragraph!

### Analyze Paragraphs: Wolverines

Students will read three paragraphs about the same topic, decide what makes each one different, and then create a super-paragraph!

### Measurement: An Elephant

What if I told you that an elephant weighed a back-breaking 176,000? Could you figure out the unit I'm using? Butâ€¦ how many corgis would that be?

### Paragraphs: Systems of Sentences

Want students to understand how a paragraph fits together? Explode one and make them reassemble it using the clues in each sentence! I even wrote a little app to bust a paragraph up for you.