Statment of claim

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Statment of claim

  1. 1. Statement of Claim<br />
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  3. 3. What to focus on!<br />Remember when writing your statement of claim you want to attract the attention of the reader.<br />Start with a topic sentence that attracts attention and summarizes the issue.<br />Inform the reader of your point of view<br />
  4. 4. Other things to take notice of.<br />Be clear what your topic is and what your point of view is.<br />Be clear and get put your view point forward.<br />Consider your audience.<br />Also use high modal words to gain interest by the reader.<br />
  5. 5. Quick Refresh.<br />1. What is it? Define the topic. Remember the topic sentence is very important.<br />Make a poster to remember these steps<br />2. Use three examples to support the topic and your viewpoint.<br />3. Larger or global issue. Use the words ‘world’ or ‘whole country’ to support your view.<br /> Below the dotted line is the linking sentence.<br /> You need to show where you stand on the issue <br />and state how many arguments you are putting forward.<br />
  6. 6. Your Turn<br />Take your time and make sure you have all four steps complete.<br />Write an exposition piece using the topic:<br />Why is it better to live now than in the past.<br />

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