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Essay Map

This site will help them organize their essays with an interactive essay map.
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As the summer nears to an end, many students are working to write those essays for their summer reading assignments. This site will help them organize their essays with an interactive essay map. The site has an interactive graphic organizer to help students outline their ideas into introduction statement, main ideas, supporting details, and a conclusion summarizing the main idea.

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