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Hre4 m essay_2012

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  • 1. HRE 4M1Independent Study Unit Essay Writing: Process to Product
  • 2. The Essay Written Form English: An essay is an essay – form remains, adapt supports, listen to instructor Prior Knowledge (past papers, notes) + Thorough Understanding of Assignment (handout, lessons, verification)
  • 3. Thesis Statements The most important part of the essay The entire paper works towards proving this one statement. Thread that ties the essay together
  • 4. Visualize THESIS Subtopic 1 Subtopic 2 Subtopic 3that proves the that proves the that proves the thesis thesis thesis ECHO THESIS
  • 5. ThesisDO NOT DO Repeat the topic  Create a focused Be vague argument  Be clear and concise Include unnecessary  Try to target your wordiness Lack an argument statement to make it more interesting and effective
  • 6. Thesis Statements Read the section on the HRE4M: Essay Review on Thesis Statements Underline or highlight key ideas Star items that you might forget
  • 7. What is PLAGIARISM? It’s bad, very bad  Occurs when you use any idea, words, or content from an outside source … And you don’t document it properly (e.g. no quotation marks, no parenthetical references, no Works Cited) Receives automatic ZERO!
  • 8. Integrating Evidence into your Essay A necessary skill Majority of University and College work Avoids plagiarism When done correctly and with variety, it helps the flow of your writing Read section on handout now. Highlight what you need to remember.
  • 9. Next Time: Strategy Sheet Instructions lesson Worksheet to be completed

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