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Tell Readers More Explain Why Explain How Explain Possible Questions Highlight and label a place in your on- demand response where you explained something.
Tell about: Specific related details Specific evidence/statistics Specific possible outcomes Highlight and label a place where you gave an example in your on-demand response
Tell about an experience Yours Someone elses Highlight and label a place where you told about an experience in your on-demand response
Tell what an expert says Quote the experts words Include the experts credentials Highlight and label a place where you told about an experience in your on-demand response
(Vocabulary) Prompt(s): I learned the word___________. It means ____________. I learned... Card 1 Card 2 What new words did I learn? What were the details?
What incident makes a good personal narrative? Criteria for choosing a story to tell from all the incidents that have happened to you.
Explicit Textual Evidence. When we read, we are often asked to __________ questions or __________ our ideas about the text.
Writing an Essay Introduction Body Paragraphs Conclusion.
A type or category of literature. (biography, autobiography, documentaries, histories, non- fiction narratives, journals/diaries, news articles – newspapers,
Review: Ways to Elaborate Explain – provide additional details Example – describe an event, person, place, etc. Literal Description – use nouns, verbs,
=. describe To tell about, list details explain To tell all about To tell what, why, and how To teach someone else.
Problem-solution setup 1. Intro – introduce the problem Tell us why the reader should care! 2. Explain the problem Background info, what do your readers.
Anatomy of an Essay. II Introduction “Hooks” the reader Provides Background Establishes Context Leads to thesis.
Explicit Textual Evidence. When we read, we are often asked to answer questions or express our ideas about the text.
Learning Target RI 3 Analyze in detail how a key individual, event, or idea is introduced, illustrated, and elaborated in a text (e.g., through examples.
Essay Organizer The Five Paragraph Essay. Introduction O Use the ANT Format O Attention-getter: hook the reader into your essay O Necessary Info: background.
Paraphrasing (summarising). Why? Group question: What is paraphrasing? In pairs, discuss: Why and when is it useful to paraphrase?
How to Write a Five Paragraph Essay English I Mr. Cook.
Must be something you can __________________________________. Cannot be an __________________ such as which flowers do you like better, roses or daises?
Essay Paragraph Structure. Paragraph structure in an essay is slightly different from a single paragraph. Let’s take a look at paragraph one from the.
Parts of the Magic Formula After the speech is read out-loud to the class, work with your partner to label the following parts of the speech. Write the.
Important verbs to understand in order to help you on your EOG’s.
Symbolism: The Fence. Symbol – An object, person or place that stands for (represents) something else, such as an idea, belief or value.
The Three Parts of an Essay. 3 basic parts Introduction Body Conclusion.
You’ll Always Win When You’re Playing with… F.O.U.R. ACES.
How is the theme of loyalty shown in Antigone? Be sure to use evidence from the text to support your response. The theme of loyalty is shown in Antigone.
“Paris and Queen Helen” Retold by Robert Graves Before, During, and After Reading Skills.
Text Evidence Anchor 1: Cite the text evidence that most strongly supports an analysis of what the text says explicitly as well as inferences drawn from.
Outline Explain the development Back up the information Prove it with details Provide evidence.
Wendy’s Writing Workshop Created by Daniel Fox Hey everyone! It’s Wendy here and I am here to help you out! I have been told that you all have a big.
Grammar Words List #1 Take notes *those slides without examples of sentences, you will be in charge of making your own sentence.
The Microtheme. Step One: Thesis A thesis has the question restated and 3 prongs (ideas) What is our question? What three prongs support your answer to.
ANT TIQA RRC. Introduction Your introduction paragraph is the first paragraph for your essay. It is best to start with something general. You want to.
Non-Fiction A Unit of Truth. Narrative Non-Fiction Some works of nonfiction tell a story, just as works of fiction do. In an autobiography, a writer tells.
English 8 January 28, Catch the reader’s attention. Give a Goldilocks overview (not too much, not too little information). Make the reader want.
Methods of Development. Analogy a similarity between like features of two things, on which a comparison may be based Example: the analogy between.
Identify three details that highlight urbanization Hypothesis: Where do you think this is? Be as accurate as possible, but use evidence to prove.
Step Up to Writing.
Back to menu How did you set about the task?
Letter Blueprint – Writing on Demand November 2006.
Romeo and Juliet Writing your coursework essay. Lesson objectives: WALT - Use point evidence explanation (PEE) to analyse a character WILF - A detailed.
IN THIS CHAPTER YOU WILL LEARN: What are supporting details and why it is important to be able to identify them The method for identifying supporting details.
Characteristics of a Compare & Contrast Paragraph Explains or describes two or more people, places, things, or events. Compares by telling how the two.
BA3: Annotated Bibliography Tips For Success. Before you begin BA3... Review: https://raiderwriter.engl.ttu.edu/files/LitReviewIntr oSP13.pdf https://raiderwriter.engl.ttu.edu/files/LitReviewIntr.
Integrating evidence into your writing:. SUMMARIZE--- To summarize means to take facts, statistics, ideas and condense them. (Summarizing should use your.
WARM-UP View the commercial: Journal : What makes this a good commercial? Why does it appeal to us? Do you believe.
Revising and Editing Your Research Paper. Self-Revision In the revision step, focus on the following questions and strategies: Assignment requirements:
COMPOSITIONOPEN RESPONSE Assess writing A starting point to initiate a student’s own thoughts on the topic No “correct” answer (but MUST address.
WAYS TO MAKE LISTENING AND LEARNING EASY By Ande Olson, SLP.
Five Paragraph Essay Format A review of the format required for PSSA writing and for all papers in this class.
Expository Writing Based on Writer ’ s Inc.. What is Expository Writing? / Expository writing is writing that shares information. / Your goal as an expository.
Listen to the StoryCorps Interview and take notes What are the 5 Ws and the H? What questions are being asked? Who would be interested in an interview.
Human Nature. Intro… What are humans like… What do they have in common….do they have enough in common to say that there is such a thing as HUMAN NATURE?
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