Materials neededYour outlineA sheet of paperblack or blue penred pen
ReminderIf you don’t have your outline, and you don’t have an outline to check, work on your outline during this time.Three criteria for outlines: Should show quality of work Should reflect a thousand words of information You should be able to hand your outline to someone else, and they would be able to write your essay for you.
Organize: PreparationLook over your outlineMake sure all of your ideas are organized into paragraphs: Introduction, Body, Conclusion.
Read: 10 minutesSwitch your outline with someone else’sWrite your name on the upper right hand corner of their outline in red penReflect on its organization
Write: 30 minutes (black/blue pen)On the separate sheet of paper, write your heading on the upper left hand cornerBased on the information given on the outline, write a rough draft of their essayWrite as much as you can, DO NOT try to finish the whole thingDo not assume or add new information that is not on their outline.
Reflect: HomeworkGet your outline and the rough draft created for you from your partner.Reflect on the rough draft that was created for you.Fill in any gaps in your outline.Make any corrections necessary.
Rough Draft 1 due 11/13Outlines will be collected on the day the first rough draft is due.Staple the rough draft created for you to the back of your outline.Create a rough draft based on your outline.It should be at least 1000 words, not including your heading or title.It should be typed.It should have organized and focused paragraphs.