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How to write an    essay?Presented by Luis Montenegro
Las puertas de lasabiduría nunca están      cerradas.         Benjamín Franklin (1706-1790)
EssayIn your own words, what is  an essay?
DefinitionEssays are brief, non- fiction compositions that describe, clarify, argue, or analyze a subject.
Parts of an essayIntroductionBody: supporting idea (point one)Body: supporting idea (point two)Body: supporting idea (poin...
INTRODUCTION                      What am I talking about in this                                 paper?Should answer thre...
BodyThe Body consists of everything between your introduction and conclusion and it is where you discuss your three main p...
Conclusionthe conclusion restates the introduction.A good way to do this is to create a proof  that might look something l...
Essay sample
Introduction sampleIntroduction
Body sampleBody
Conclusion sampleConclusion
Write your essay!Instructions: Write an introduction paragraph Write 3 paragraphs (body)  Write a conclusion paragraph ...
Bibliography• Hartmann p, Blass L. 2002 - Quest 1 Reading and  writing in the academic world• http://www.you-can-teach-wri...
Universidad de PanamáFacultad de ciencias de la educaciónComunicación y tecnología educativaGuía de redacción y lectura en...
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  1. 1. How to write an essay?Presented by Luis Montenegro
  2. 2. Las puertas de lasabiduría nunca están cerradas. Benjamín Franklin (1706-1790)
  3. 3. EssayIn your own words, what is an essay?
  4. 4. DefinitionEssays are brief, non- fiction compositions that describe, clarify, argue, or analyze a subject.
  5. 5. Parts of an essayIntroductionBody: supporting idea (point one)Body: supporting idea (point two)Body: supporting idea (point three)Conclusion
  6. 6. INTRODUCTION What am I talking about in this paper?Should answer three How am I going to talk about questions it? What am I going to prove in this paper?
  7. 7. BodyThe Body consists of everything between your introduction and conclusion and it is where you discuss your three main points Introduce your point Explain your point Give supporting ideas Explain how the point and evidence relate to your thesis
  8. 8. Conclusionthe conclusion restates the introduction.A good way to do this is to create a proof that might look something like this: point one point two Point three thesis Remember: A clearly organized paper will better hold the readers interest and convince them that your thesis is valid!
  9. 9. Essay sample
  10. 10. Introduction sampleIntroduction
  11. 11. Body sampleBody
  12. 12. Conclusion sampleConclusion
  13. 13. Write your essay!Instructions: Write an introduction paragraph Write 3 paragraphs (body)  Write a conclusion paragraph Observation: Use page 33 of your guide
  14. 14. Bibliography• Hartmann p, Blass L. 2002 - Quest 1 Reading and writing in the academic world• http://www.you-can-teach-writing.com/essay- structure.html• http://www.ababasoft.com/speedreading/five_types_of _reading.htm• http://www2.mcdaniel.edu/english/writingcenter/essayf ormat.htm• http://www.buzzle.com/articles/why-is-reading- important.html
  15. 15. Universidad de PanamáFacultad de ciencias de la educaciónComunicación y tecnología educativaGuía de redacción y lectura en inglés Docente: Luis Montenegro 2012

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