John G. Laflamme, Ed.D.’s New Book ‘Mystery Solved: Knowledge of Basic Paragraph and Patterns of Organization’ is a Functional Read on Effective Tools in Teaching Writing

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Jan 27, 2022

Fulton Books author, John G. Laflamme, Ed.D., a retired educator with over four decades of experience, has completed his most recent book “Mystery Solved: Knowledge of Basic Paragraph and Patterns of Organization”: a comprehensive instruction manual presenting a method of blending best practices with integral topics that concerns writing. The topics discussed in this piece will aid educators who intend to provide rigorous writing instruction without increasing their correction workload.

Laflamme shares, “The book covers writing concepts that are overlooked when teaching writing. Though the writing process has contributed greatly to helping students improve their writing, very little instruction exists to assist students in understanding how to organize the ideas once they have generated them. Students need to be adept at identifying the function of each sentence in a paragraph. Too often, students write general statements about a topic and do not provide the concrete details needed to help the reader understand the point. Teachers also want rigor in the writing curriculum, but that often means assigning more and longer essays. A rigorous writing curriculum can challenge students without adding to a teacher’s correction load. This book helps teachers achieve that balance.”

Published by Fulton Books, John G. Laflamme, Ed.D.’s book is a valuable handbook that tackles writing problems that students often encounter. It also provides valuable solutions to hone their skills and assist them in becoming proficient writers.

John G. Laflamme’s insightful work will benefit both the teachers and the students.

Readers who wish to experience this educational work can purchase “Mystery Solved: Knowledge of Basic Paragraph and Patterns of Organization” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes & Noble.

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