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Present what you know
Author: Christopher Forest
Publisher: Capstone Press
2013
Chapter 1:Spread the word!
•Writing is a great way to share what
you know to your friends, family and
community. To provid...
Step 1
•If you have a choice choose a topic
you like to make the experience
more enjoyable.
Step 2
•Find fun facts about your topic.
•Use reliable recourses like
encyclopedias, nonfiction books,
magazines, and reli...
Step 3
•Develop a thesis
•A thesis is a statement that explains
what you are going to write about.
Step 4
•Make a plan to organize your plan
•The very first part is the
introduction that tells about the
thesis.
Chapter 2: Presentation
Writing
•Writing is meant to be read.
•In presentations share your
information in person. There is...
Step 1
•Make two or three main points you
want to make clear.
Step 2
•Start with something attention
grabbing to make your listeners
interested.
•It may be a little fact or a startling...
Step 3
•Make eye contact with the audience
and use hand gestures to emphasize
points.
•Avoid speaking in one tone. Put
exc...
Step 4
•End on a note to keep your
audience thinking about what you
said.
•Make sure to practice. Give your
speech in fron...
Chapter 3: Persuasive
Writing
•Do you have something to share?
•Writing persuasively will get your
point across
Step 1
•State your opinion this is your
opinion that you want others to
hear.
•Your claim should be easy to
understand.
Step 2
•Provide reasons, think carefully
about how you want to arrange
them. Perhaps you want to start off
with your best ...
Step 3
•Give supporting facts and evidence
from your research.
•End strong, the conclusion is the
best part of your essay ...
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Present what you know

  1. 1. Present what you know Author: Christopher Forest Publisher: Capstone Press 2013
  2. 2. Chapter 1:Spread the word! •Writing is a great way to share what you know to your friends, family and community. To provide information is called expository writing.
  3. 3. Step 1 •If you have a choice choose a topic you like to make the experience more enjoyable.
  4. 4. Step 2 •Find fun facts about your topic. •Use reliable recourses like encyclopedias, nonfiction books, magazines, and reliable websites.
  5. 5. Step 3 •Develop a thesis •A thesis is a statement that explains what you are going to write about.
  6. 6. Step 4 •Make a plan to organize your plan •The very first part is the introduction that tells about the thesis.
  7. 7. Chapter 2: Presentation Writing •Writing is meant to be read. •In presentations share your information in person. There is writing involved but you can let your voice do the talking.
  8. 8. Step 1 •Make two or three main points you want to make clear.
  9. 9. Step 2 •Start with something attention grabbing to make your listeners interested. •It may be a little fact or a startling story. •Use lively language to keep your audience listening.
  10. 10. Step 3 •Make eye contact with the audience and use hand gestures to emphasize points. •Avoid speaking in one tone. Put excitement into your voice.
  11. 11. Step 4 •End on a note to keep your audience thinking about what you said. •Make sure to practice. Give your speech in front of something or someone.
  12. 12. Chapter 3: Persuasive Writing •Do you have something to share? •Writing persuasively will get your point across
  13. 13. Step 1 •State your opinion this is your opinion that you want others to hear. •Your claim should be easy to understand.
  14. 14. Step 2 •Provide reasons, think carefully about how you want to arrange them. Perhaps you want to start off with your best reason or save it until the end.
  15. 15. Step 3 •Give supporting facts and evidence from your research. •End strong, the conclusion is the best part of your essay make it interesting.

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