The following passage comes from theThe following passage comes from the
Then write an essay in which you p8227identify the stylistic elements in the third paragraph that p8228distinguish it from the rest of the passage and show p8229how this difference reinforces Douglass' p9142rhetorical purpose in the passage as
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Short Stories Unit Text-Analysis EssayShort Stories Unit Text-Analysis Essay
Two short stories and analyze how the authors’ use of one literary element develops the theme (You do not need to use the same element for both texts). Use strong and thorough evidence from the short story to support your analysis
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Structure of the essayStructure of the essay
The introduction acquaints the reader with the topic. Its purpose is to get the readers' attention and make them want to read the essay. For this reason, you should try to make your introduction interesting, engaging, and original
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Avoiding Stand Alone “Quotes”Avoiding Stand Alone “Quotes”
The writer includes quoted material and does not set it up with an appropriate transition
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The writing processThe writing process
Purpose: Why am I writing this piece? Am I writing to entertain, inform, or persuade?
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First sentence and it must be your hook. Sentence two will be a bridging sentenceFirst sentence and it must be your hook. Sentence two will be a bridging sentence
Te a hook. On page 5 of lesson 09 you learned that your hook should be one of the following: Anecdote, Quotation, Definition, Description, Bold statement, Facts or Statistics. I’m including examples on the next page of each
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Topic Sentences and Main IdeasTopic Sentences and Main Ideas
A good way to achieve paragraph unity is to state the main idea clearly in one sentence – the topic sentence – and relate all other sentences in the paragraph to that idea. Like the thesis for an essay
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What is a College Admissions Essay?What is a College Admissions Essay?
Work or out-of-school experiences (demonstrates responsibility, dedication, and maturity)
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Step by Step…Drafting your Essay…Step by Step… Step OneStep by Step…Drafting your Essay…Step by Step… Step One
Identify what the main components of your Analysis will be by completing the ‘Developing the Main Points for your Evidence &Analysis’ Worksheet. This should be completed in class
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With your partner, write down three important pieces of information that you remember about narrative writingWith your partner, write down three important pieces of information that you remember about narrative writing
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Expository EssayExpository Essay
Life is full of momentous events that change the course of our futures. These events may occur because of a decision that someone makes or because of uncontrollable circumstances
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Descriptive Essay Quick Check Minimum RequirementsDescriptive Essay Quick Check Minimum Requirements
H if you forgot to highlight something: vocab, similes, metaphors, copula, and What I know for sure
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The Persuasive Essay Ms. Kamrass English 10The Persuasive Essay Ms. Kamrass English 10
What techniques, knowledge and specific evidence did you use to make your points?
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Top Ten Tips for Writing the College Essay Start earlyTop Ten Tips for Writing the College Essay Start early
Start early. The more time you have, the less stress you'll have. And you'll have plenty of time to give the essay your best effort
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Synthesis essay remindersSynthesis essay reminders
Provide context in your intro. Explain why we should care about this topic before you move into your thesis
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