Topic Sentence - In the 2017 The Atlantic article “Why Grit Is Good”, Herman Munster advocates for teachers to use grit in the classroom., Major detail - First, Munster states, “When a teacher used growth mindset phrases in the classroom, students feel safe to make a mistake, and it is in that mistake where learning occurs.”, Minor Detail #1 (explain quote/paraphrase) - In other words, the author believes that grit contributes to learning., Minor Detail #2 (Use example from life) - For example, in high school, I always felt as though I was not a great math student; I would enter every math class with dread., Minor Detail #3 (Continue example from life) - But one teacher used growth mindset encouragement by explaining that many people feel uncomfortable with math, but to remember that whenever a student would want to say, “I’m not good at math” to say “I’m not good at math…yet.” By changing my mindset to growth by using the word “yet,” I found that I worked harder, asked more questions, and was not afraid to “look foolish” in front of my classmates. By changing my mindset to growth by using the word “yet,” I found that I worked harder, asked more questions, and was not afraid to “look foolish” in front of my classmates., Concluding Sentence (what is the overall message of the paragraph?) - In conclusion, grit can have an impact on one's life by teaching them to have a positive mindset for long term goals, and a positive growth mindset can help anyone be successful in achieving their goals., Minor Detail #4 (Relate to the topic sentence) - Therefore, grit made me successful because I was no longer afraid to fail; I knew I could do it.,

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