Class 37 1 a
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×
 

Class 37 1 a

on

  • 134 views

 

Statistics

Views

Total Views
134
Views on SlideShare
110
Embed Views
24

Actions

Likes
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0

1 Embed 24

http://palmoreewrt1a.wordpress.com 24

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment

Class 37 1 a Class 37 1 a Presentation Transcript

  • EWRT 1A Class 37
  • AGENDA  OUTLINING YOUR ESSAY  DRAFTING YOUR ESSAY
  • Outlining Your Draft With your purpose and goals in mind, make a quick scratch outline that includes the following:  a clear statement of the problem (in-class)  your thesis statement, announcing the proposed solution and forecasting your reasons for it (in-class)  your argument for the solution, giving reasons and support (homework)  anticipation of counterarguments and a response to objections readers might have about the proposed solution  your evaluation of alternative solutions View slide
  • Presentation of the problem Write a few sentences that argue that the problem exists Write a few sentences that argue that this problem is serious In a few sentences, outline the causes of this problem. Read what you have written aloud to someone near you. View slide
  • Consequences of failing to solve the problem Make a list of the consequences of failing to solve this problem. Put the list into paragraph form. Read what you have written aloud to someone near you.
  • Thesis Statement  You have probably written your thesis statement already. If so, copy it here.  If you have not yet written it, write one or more sentences to serve as your tentative thesis statement. In most essays proposing solutions to problems, the thesis statement is a concise announcement of the solution. Think about how emphatic you should make the thesis and whether you should forecast your reasons.
  • Description of the proposed solution Revise your first draft of your proposed solution. Explain why it would solve the problem. Show why or how it is possible
  • List of steps for implementing the solution  You should have written out these steps for your homework.  Now, put your steps into paragraph form. Make sure to use transitions and connecting words so the paragraph does not read like a list. Explain what you mean as you go through the steps.
  • HOMEWORK  Post # 43 Reasons and support for the solution  Topic sentence with the first reason that supports your solution  List statistics, anecdotes, examples, scenarios, testimony you might use to support your reason  Topic sentence with another reason  List statistics, anecdotes, examples, scenarios, testimony you might use to support your reason  Topic sentence with another reason  List statistics, anecdotes, examples, scenarios, testimony you might use to support your reason Put all of the parts we wrote today into a single document. Read it aloud to make sure it is in a logical order. Change the order of your paragraphs if that makes sense to you. Post your draft. Bring your draft or your device with your draft to our next class.