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Sofl 101 Fall 20091

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Sofl 101 is a freshman lesson in Yaşar University in İzmir. It is about basic academic thinking and writing.

Sofl 101 is a freshman lesson in Yaşar University in İzmir. It is about basic academic thinking and writing.

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  • 1. Parts of A Paragraph
    Contains the topicand the controlling idea of the paragraph
    Topic Sentence
    Supporting sentence 1
    Supporting sentence 2
    Ideas (with explanations, examples, and details) which support and develop the controlling idea
    Supporting sentence 3
    Concluding Sentence
    Contains a restatement of the topic sentence
  • 2. What is coffee?
    How many types of coffee are popular in Turkey?
    COFFEE
    What are the differences and similarities between Columbian coffee and Turkish coffee?
    How does drinking coffee affect us?
    How is Turkish coffee prepared?
  • 3. Patterns of Organization
  • 4. Identifying the Pattern of Organization of a Paragraph
    Read the topic sentence
    (topic + controlling idea)
    Read the concluding sentence
    Identify idea connectors - signal words
  • 5. Signal words /Key words
    (for a complete list see Appendix)
  • 6. From Pragraph to Essay
    • The topic sentence becomes the thesis statement
    (the last sentence in the introductory paragraph)
    • Each supporting idea in the paragraph becomes the topic sentence for the body paragraphs in the essay (if there are 2 supporting ideas, there will be two body paragraphs in the essay)
  • From Pragraph to Essay
    Topic sentence with idea 1
    Support
    Support
    Concluding sentence
    Topic sentence with idea2
    Support
    Support
    Concluding sentence
    Topic sentence with idea3
    Support
    Support
    Concluding sentence
    Conclusion: Summary of main ideas (1, 2 and 3) or restatement of the thesis; final comment
  • 7. Opinion Essay vs. Reaction Paper
    OpSening sentencSS
    Opening sentence of the summary of the article
    Topic sentence with idea 1
    Support
    Support
    Concluding sentence
    Thesis statement: Your opinion about the article your read
    Topic sentence with idea2
    Support
    Support
    Concluding sentence
    Topic sentence: Supporting idea 1
    Details/explanation/example Details/explanation/example
    Topic sentence with idea3
    Support
    Support
    Concluding sentence
    Topic sentence: Supporting idea 2
    Details/explanation/example Details/explanation/example
    Conclusion: Summary of main ideas and restatement of your thesis
    Conclusion: Summary of main ideas (1, 2 and 3) or restatement of the thesis; final comment
  • 8. Reaction Paper
    Summary of the article you read
    Reaction to the article
    Opening sentence with the main purpose of the article (includes at least the source of the article, publishing date, name of the author, and title of the article)
    Main ideas and important details
    Your thesis statement: Your opinion about the article you read.
    Supporting idea 1
    Detail/explanation/example
    Supporting idea 2
    Detail/explanation/example
    Supporting idea 3
    Detail/explanation/example
    Conclusion