2. AgendaDescriptive writing activityPeer editing – descriptive writingEditing sentences – run ons and commasplicesTOEFL Writing Prompts
3. Descriptive Writing ActivityDraw a picture of the description thatyou hear.
4. Peer EditingComplete the checklist about yourpartner’s paragraph.Give your partner suggestions abouthow to improve his/her paper.
6. Paragraph vs. Essay (pg. 147)Paragraph Essay Topic Sentence Introduction Supporting Point 1 Thesis Examples Paragraph 1 (Topic Sentence) Supporting Point 2 Paragraph 2 (Topic Sentence) Examples Paragraph 3 (Topic Sentence) Supporting Point 3 Conclusion Examples Concluding Sentence
7. TOEFL PrewritingTopic Sentence3 Supporting SentencesExample:Thesis Statement: I believe that most people attend college in orderto gain a better job, expand their knowledge, and to meet societysexpectations.Topic Sentence: The first reason that people attend college is to get abetter job than what a high school education affords.Topic Sentence: Individuals also attend college in order to broadentheir worldview.Topic Sentence: Finally, people attend college because that is whatthey think they are supposed to do.
8. TOEFL OutlinesChoose 3 TOEFL questions. Write athesis statement and 3 topic sentencesfor each question that you chose. (12sentences)
9. HWType your TOEFL outlines + bring themto class next time.