Having a lot of information is nice, but if you can't find it, it doesn't matter. Remember that when writing, evaluating, teaching, or grading an essay.
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Mr. Sandman, wearing a beige trench coat, holding a magnifying glass, and talking to himself, hovered over a stack of essays. "Excuse me Mr. Sandman, but you appear to be in Never Never Land. What are you doing?" I asked.
"I'm searching for the main idea in this essay," he replied, "It's getting to the point where I sleep with one eye open, just in case the main idea shows up. It's like these kids don't know how to evaluate an essay for organization."
"Have you ever taught them how to evaluate an essay for organization?"
This angered Mr. Sandman, so I left. If you run into him don't say a word about this lesson plan on how to evaluate an essay for organization.
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Write the following evaluative questions on the board: