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Compare Contrast Organizing
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  • 1. Organizing Compare/Contrast Essay
  • 2. Today
    • Organization
      • Pattern of Organization
      • Thesis
      • Topic Sentence
      • Introduction
      • Conclusion
    • Documentation
  • 3. Patterns of Organization
    • Point by Point
    • Block
    • Pg 212
    • Choose one pattern of organization
  • 4. Point by Point
    • Responsibility
      • Hielbroner
      • Gainley
      • Staples
    • Become aware
      • Hielbroner
      • Gainley
      • Staples
    • Break stereotype
      • Hielbroner
      • Gainley
      • Staples
  • 5. Thesis
    • Purpose: to convince reader of something
    • Subject and Opinion (yours)
    • What are you discussing?
    • What are you arguing?
  • 6. Point by Point
    • Thesis: An individual has the responsibility to react to stereotypes in order to learn from them or to help others learn.
    • Responsibility
      • Hielbroner
      • Gainley
      • Staples
    • Become aware
      • Hielbroner
      • Gainley
      • Staples
    • Break stereotype
      • Hielbroner
      • Gainley
      • Staples
  • 7. Topic Sentence
    • Subject and Opinion of each Body P
    • What is being argued in P.
  • 8. Point by Point
    • Thesis: An individual has the responsibility to react to stereotypes in order to learn from them or to help others learn.
    • Responsibility—Each individual is responsible for creation of stereotypes.
        • Hielbroner
        • Gainley
        • Staples
    • Become aware—For change to occur, people must become aware of stereotypes.
        • Hielbroner
        • Gainley
        • Staples
    • Break stereotype—Breaking stereotypes is the responsibility of all members of society.
        • Hielbroner
        • Gainley
        • Staples
  • 9. Introduction
    • Pg. 81
    • Lead-in
      • Identify what type of lead-in will be used
    • Transition
    • Thesis
    • Authors’ names and titles
  • 10. Conclusion
    • Identify what type of conclusion will be used
  • 11. Compare/Contrast Outline
    • Lead-in: xxxxx
    • Thesis: An individual has the responsibility to react to stereotypes in order to learn from them or to help others learn.
    • Responsibility—Each individual is responsible for creation of stereotypes.
        • Hielbroner
        • Gainley
        • Staples
    • Become aware—For change to occur, people must become aware of stereotypes.
        • Hielbroner
        • Gainley
        • Staples
    • Break stereotype—Breaking stereotypes is the responsibility of all members of society.
        • Hielbroner
        • Gainley
        • Staples
    • Conclusion--xxx
  • 12. Documentation
    • Parenthetical Citations
      • After quotes
      • After paraphrases
      • After summaries
    • Works Cited
      • 3 articles; all from the same book
  • 13. Due Thursday
    • Meet in LAB
    • Outline due
    • Bring 1 page of rough draft

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