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Writing a draft


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Writing a draft

  1. 1. Writing a Draft
  2. 2. An Effective DraftA thesis statementPrimary supportSecondary supportAn introductionA conclusion
  3. 3. Follow These Steps1. Write the body of the essay2. Write the introduction3. Write the conclusion
  4. 4. The IntroductionThe main pointA hook
  5. 5. Start with --A surprising factA quotationA storyAn opinionA question
  6. 6. The ConclusionRestate the main pointSummarize the supporting pointsA final observation
  7. 7. End with --A surprising factA quotationAn answer to a question
  8. 8. ReferencesAnker, S. (2009). Real essays with readings. Boston,MA: Bedford/St. Martin’s.[Photograph of draft stamp]. (2010). Retrieved Nov.7, 2011, from:[Photograph of handwriting with pen]. (2011).Retrieved Nov. 7, 2011, from:
  9. 9. References continued[Photograph of legal pad]. (2010). Retrieved Nov.7, 2011, from: http: //[Photograph of someone typing]. (2011). RetrievedNov. 7, 2011, from: