Essay Organizer For Leonardo Da Vinci

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Essay Organizer For Leonardo Da Vinci

  1. 1. ESSAY ORGANIZER Your Topic Your Name Link to your Mindmap OR Attach your Mindmap illustration file here Thesis Statement I believe that... Need help? Is your thesis narrowly focused? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Your Subtopics Topic 1 Topic 2 Topic 3 Are your topics completely different? Are your topics interesting? BRAINSTORMING SAVE TO YOUR COMPUTER BEFORE TYPING-COMPLETE USING ADOBE READER-SAVE OFTEN Type of Essay Persuasive / Argumentative Compare / Contrast Cause / Effect Definition Descriptive EvaluationInformational Interview Literary Analysis NarrativeDivision and Classification Other Free Mind Map Sites Mind Meister Bubbl.us Mind42 * READ - Quick Note You should test whether or not it is a thesis statement by imagining the words, "I believe that" before the thesis statement. Those three words are not actually part of the thesis statement. Research Most Important Topic / Strongest 2nd Most Important Topic 3rd Most Important Topic / Weakest Personal Print FormSubmit by Email Leonardo da vinci Tiffany Meade Leonardo da vinci was a famous writer and he might have made some other things put on paper and put some predictions into his paintings. His life Arts Things he could have made.
  2. 2. Topic 1 Support #1 1-5 sentences Need a transition word? Source What is one good sentence to introduce this topic to your reader? Support #2 1-5 sentences Need a transition word? Source Support #3 1-5 sentences Need a transition word? Source What is one good sentence to transition into the next paragraph? Need a transition word? QUICK PARAGRAPH CHECKLIST Is the information arranged from less important to most important? Does every sentence help support your topic? Does this information get you a step closer to proving your thesis? Do you provide sentences of different lengths and complexities in this paragraph? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? His life
  3. 3. Topic 2 Support #1 1-5 sentences Need a transition word? Source What is one good sentence to introduce this topic to your reader? Support #2 1-5 sentences Need a transition word? Source Support #3 1-5 sentences Need a transition word? Source What is one good sentence to transition into the next paragraph? Need a transition word? QUICK PARAGRAPH CHECKLIST Is the information arranged from less important to most important? Does every sentence help support your topic? Does this information get you a step closer to proving your thesis? Do you provide sentences of different lengths and complexities in this paragraph? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Arts
  4. 4. Topic 3 Support #1 1-5 sentences Need a transition word? Source What is one good sentence to introduce this topic to your reader? Support #2 1-5 sentences Need a transition word? Source Support #3 1-5 sentences Need a transition word? Source QUICK PARAGRAPH CHECKLIST Is the information arranged from less important to most important? Does every sentence help support your topic? Does this information get you a step closer to proving your thesis? Do you provide sentences of different lengths and complexities in this paragraph? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Things he could have made.
  5. 5. Introduction Paragraph Need help? Ask yourself 1) How can I get my reader's attention? 2) Imagine your reader knows nothing about your topic. What background information could I give my reader about my topic? 3) Why should the reader care to know this information? 4) What is it you are trying to prove? Attention Getter 1 Sentence Need help? Background Information 2-5 Sentences - Introduce your topic, but not your thesis - Provide insider details that would help your reader better understand your topic, without providing information you are discussing in your support. Why should your reader care? Complete this sentence.. It is important that you read this essay because... *Read - Quick Note "It is important that you read this essay because" is a way to help you word this sentence and those 9 words should not be copied and pasted into your essay. Thesis Statement (paste the one you already wrote on page 1) QUICK PARAGRAPH CHECKLIST Did you avoid referring to yourself or your reader directly? Would you want to read your paper after reading your introduction? What was your attention getter? A Question A QuoteA Quick Story An Interesting Fact A Shocking Statistic An Unusual Statement Other Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Who was leonardo da vinci and what did he make? Leonardo da vinci was an artist as some people might know. Some people also think he put predictions for the future in his paintings. He also could have made some other things but it never was actually made. it might help because their may be some facts that nobody who reads this has heard of and these things could be tested and to see if it actually happened or not. I believe that Leonardo da vinci was a famous writer and he might have made some other things put on paper and put some predictions into his paintings.
  6. 6. Conclusion Paragraph Need help? A conclusion should... 1) Include a brief summary of the paper's main points. 2) Suggest results or consequences 3) Leave a lasting impression Restate your thesis in a fresh, new way Summarize / Reflect / Give Final thoughts on Topic 1 1-3 Sentences Need a transition word? Summarize / Reflect / Give Final thoughts on Topic 2 1-3 Sentences Need a transition word? Summarize / Reflect / Give Final thoughts on Topic 3 1-3 Sentences Need a transition word? Final Thought 1 Sentence -Contains vivid language -Compound or Complex sentence -Leave a lasting impression -Sums up your essay in one incredible sentence Need a transition word? QUICK PARAGRAPH CHECKLIST Did you avoid referring to yourself or your reader directly? Did you feel your conclusion leaves the reader satisfied and impressed? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean? Is your language at a high-level? What does high-level language mean?
  7. 7. BIBLIOGRAPHY Copy and Paste your citations you created using Easybib You will be able to copy and paste this onto your Bibliography page. Citations in Alphabetical Order Paragraph Organization- Copy and Paste your sentences in the correct order Paragraph 1- Introduction - Attention Getter - Background Information - Why should we care sentence - Thesis Statement Paragraph 2 - Body Paragraph 1 - Topic Introduction - Support 1 - Support 2 - Support 3 - Transition Paragraph 3 - Body Paragraph 2 - Topic Introduction - Support 1 - Support 2 - Support 3 - Transition Paragraph 4 - Body Paragraph 3 - Topic Introduction - Support 1 - Support 2 - Support 3 Paragraph 5 - Conclusion - Thesis Restatement - Summarize/Reflect/Final - Topic 1 - Summarize/Reflect/Final - Topic 2 - Summarize/Reflect/Final - Topic 3 - Strong Final Thought Final page - Bibliography - On a new page - Titled - Bibliography - Use citations created from Easybib - MLA Format - Alphabetized Before you submit checklist Is your paper in Time New Roman font? Do you use 12 pt font and double space? Do you proofread at least 3 times? Has someone other than you read this paper? Have I done my best? Do you get rid of BABY WORDS and use a thesaurus to enhance your language? Did I rid my essay of unnecessary qualifiers like "Really" "Just" "Sort of" "Like" and "So" Do I spell everything correctly? Did I check all punctuation and capitalization? Did I put everything in my own words to avoid plagiarism? mrdaley@mrdaley.com

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