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What is success presentation

  1. 1. FolioW1 : Discursive Writing Essay
  2. 2.  Write down the names of 5 people you think are successful. Write down the reasons you think they are a success? Write down 5 ways someone could be judged successful? Write down 5 qualities that will help people be a success.
  3. 3.  For each if these questions, YOU have been making decisions. For each of these questions, YOU have been writing YOUR point of view. This is exactly what you have to do to write a successful W1: Discursive Essay
  4. 4.  W1: Discursive Writing Task: What is success? You are to write an essay of between 600-800 words (with an absolute maximum of 999!) on what you think success is.
  5. 5.  A) define success... Tell the reader what you think success is
  6. 6.  B) give examples of people you think have been successful, and try to explain why they have been successful in your eyes;
  7. 7.  C) write about the qualities that you think bring success... and try to give suggestions for how others can be successful;
  8. 8.  D) finish off by summing up your main points in a few sentences. If possible, try to make your last sentence a question that challenges the reader to be a success.
  9. 9.  A) define success... Tell the reader what you think success is; B) give examples of people you think have been successful, and try to explain why they have been successful in your eyes; C) write about the qualities that you think bring success... and try to give suggestions for how others can be successful; D) finish off by summing up your main points in a few sentences. If possible, try to make your last sentence a question that challenges the reader to be a success.
  10. 10.  Success is not just money — anyone could win the lottery (that is luck NOT success)! It can be measured in terms of family, friends, money, fame, power, skill, respect, influence... or any one of a hundred other measures.
  11. 11.  What you think counts as success may not be the same as the person next to you… we are all different, so what we see as success will be different as well.
  12. 12.  Look at the notes you made in response to the original questions. How much of what you have written is opinion, and how much is factual? (Opinions are good, but you do need facts to back them up — time to hit the library/Internet/bookshop)

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