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T7 statement of claim

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  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3. A door can encourage you to enter or walk away.
    An opening paragraph can convince the reader to continue reading.
    If the opening paragraph is missing, it’s like a house with no doors.
  • 4. When we write an exposition piece, what do we write first?
    the statement of conclusion
    the middle
    the statement of claim
  • 5. We write the middle first, then the opening paragraph (or the statement of claim) and finally the ending.
  • 6. Please draw three boxes and a doted line
  • 7. Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence
    In box 1.
    What is it? Define to topic?
    1.
    2.
    3.
  • 8. Example: Why we should recycle
    Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence.
    In box 1.
    What is it? Define to topic?
    1.
    Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products.
    2.
    3.
  • 9. Example: Why we should recycle
    Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence
    In box 1.
    What is it? Define to topic?
    In box 2.
    Are there smaller components?
    Use no more than three examples
    1.
    Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products.
    2.
    3.
  • 10. Example: Why we should recycle
    Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence
    In box 1.
    What is it? Define to topic?
    In box 2.
    Are there smaller components?
    Use no more than three examples
    1.
    Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products.
    2.
    It is possible to recycle a variety of materials, such as paper, glass and cans.
    3.
  • 11. Example: Why we should recycle
    Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence
    In box 1.
    What is it? Define to topic?
    In box 2.
    Are there smaller components?
    Use no more than three examples
    In box 3.
    Larger or global issue
    Use ‘world’ or ‘whole country’
    1.
    Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products.
    2.
    It is possible to recycle a variety of materials, such as paper, glass and cans.
    3.
  • 12. Example: Why we should recycle
    Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence
    In box 1.
    What is it? Define to topic?
    In box 2.
    Are there smaller components?
    Use no more than three examples
    In box 3.
    Larger or global issue
    Use ‘world’ or ‘whole country’
    1.
    Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products.
    2.
    It is possible to recycle a variety of materials, such as paper, glass and cans.
    3.
    Recycling is a practise used worldwide.
  • 13. Example: Why we should recycle
    Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence
    In box 1.
    What is it? Define to topic?
    In box 2.
    Are there smaller components?
    Use no more than three examples
    In box 3.
    Larger or global issue
    Use ‘world’ or ‘whole country’
    Below the doted line - Linking sentence
    You need to show where you stand on the issue
    Use mid to high modal verbs
    How many arguments are you putting forward?
    1.
    Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products.
    2.
    It is possible to recycle a variety of materials, such as paper, glass and cans.
    3.
    Recycling is a practise used worldwide.
  • 14. Example: Why we should recycle
    Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence
    In box 1.
    What is it? Define to topic?
    In box 2.
    Are there smaller components?
    Use no more than three examples
    In box 3.
    Larger or global issue
    Use ‘world’ or ‘whole country’
    Below the doted line - Linking sentence
    You need to show where you stand on the issue
    Use mid to high modal verbs
    How many arguments are you putting forward?
    1.
    Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products.
    2.
    It is possible to recycle a variety of materials, such as paper, glass and cans.
    3.
    Recycling is a practise used worldwide.
    There are three arguments supporting why it is important to recycle.
  • 15. Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products. It is possible to recycle a variety of materials, such as paper, glass and cans. Recycling is a practise used worldwide. There are three arguments supporting why it is important to recycle.
    Check out our awesome opening paragraph!
  • 16. It’s simple and we can use the three boxes and doted line - every time!