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### T7 statement of claim

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3. 3. A door can encourage you to enter or walk away.<br />An opening paragraph can convince the reader to continue reading.<br />If the opening paragraph is missing, it’s like a house with no doors. <br />
4. 4. When we write an exposition piece, what do we write first?<br />the statement of conclusion<br />the middle<br />the statement of claim<br />
5. 5. We write the middle first, then the opening paragraph (or the statement of claim) and finally the ending.<br />
6. 6. Please draw three boxes and a doted line<br />
7. 7. Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence<br />In box 1.<br />What is it? Define to topic?<br />1.<br />2.<br />3.<br />
8. 8. Example: Why we should recycle<br />Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence. <br />In box 1.<br />What is it? Define to topic?<br />1.<br />Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products. <br />2.<br />3.<br />
9. 9. Example: Why we should recycle<br />Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence<br />In box 1.<br />What is it? Define to topic?<br />In box 2. <br />Are there smaller components?<br />Use no more than three examples<br />1.<br />Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products. <br />2.<br />3.<br />
10. 10. Example: Why we should recycle<br />Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence<br />In box 1.<br />What is it? Define to topic?<br />In box 2. <br />Are there smaller components?<br />Use no more than three examples<br />1.<br />Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products. <br />2.<br />It is possible to recycle a variety of materials, such as paper, glass and cans. <br />3.<br />
11. 11. Example: Why we should recycle<br />Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence<br />In box 1.<br />What is it? Define to topic?<br />In box 2. <br />Are there smaller components?<br />Use no more than three examples<br />In box 3.<br />Larger or global issue<br />Use ‘world’ or ‘whole country’ <br />1.<br />Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products. <br />2.<br />It is possible to recycle a variety of materials, such as paper, glass and cans. <br />3.<br />
12. 12. Example: Why we should recycle<br />Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence<br />In box 1.<br />What is it? Define to topic?<br />In box 2. <br />Are there smaller components?<br />Use no more than three examples<br />In box 3.<br />Larger or global issue<br />Use ‘world’ or ‘whole country’ <br />1.<br />Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products. <br />2.<br />It is possible to recycle a variety of materials, such as paper, glass and cans. <br />3.<br />Recycling is a practise used worldwide.<br />
13. 13. Example: Why we should recycle<br />Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence<br />In box 1.<br />What is it? Define to topic?<br />In box 2. <br />Are there smaller components?<br />Use no more than three examples<br />In box 3.<br />Larger or global issue<br />Use ‘world’ or ‘whole country’ <br />Below the doted line - Linking sentence<br />You need to show where you stand on the issue<br />Use mid to high modal verbs<br />How many arguments are you putting forward? <br />1.<br />Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products. <br />2.<br />It is possible to recycle a variety of materials, such as paper, glass and cans. <br />3.<br />Recycling is a practise used worldwide.<br />
14. 14. Example: Why we should recycle<br />Three macro group sentences and the linking sentence<br />In box 1.<br />What is it? Define to topic?<br />In box 2. <br />Are there smaller components?<br />Use no more than three examples<br />In box 3.<br />Larger or global issue<br />Use ‘world’ or ‘whole country’ <br />Below the doted line - Linking sentence<br />You need to show where you stand on the issue<br />Use mid to high modal verbs<br />How many arguments are you putting forward? <br />1.<br />Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products. <br />2.<br />It is possible to recycle a variety of materials, such as paper, glass and cans. <br />3.<br />Recycling is a practise used worldwide.<br />There are three arguments supporting why it is important to recycle. <br />
15. 15. Recycling is re-using waste to create products that can be used instead of using virgin products. It is possible to recycle a variety of materials, such as paper, glass and cans. Recycling is a practise used worldwide. There are three arguments supporting why it is important to recycle. <br />Check out our awesome opening paragraph!<br />
16. 16. It’s simple and we can use the three boxes and doted line - every time!<br />