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The Six Paragraph Essay

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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • What is not part of the Introduction Paragraph?
  • Question 1
  • Thesis Statement
  • A concession
  • A good first impression
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • What is not part of the Introduction Paragraph?
  • Question 1
  • A concession has it’s own paragraph, the Corollary Paragraph.
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  • The Introduction Paragraph literally introduces the reader to your essay. It’s your chance to present your thesis statement and hint at the supporting ideas that will follow. The goal is to introduce your essay in an interesting way. You want the reader to want to keep reading after you present your Introduction Paragraph and Thesis Statement.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • Correct! Well done.
  • The Introduction Paragraph literally introduces the reader to your essay. It’s your chance to present your thesis statement and hint at the supporting ideas that will follow.
  • The goal is to introduce your essay in an interesting way. You want the reader to want to keep reading after you present your Introduction Paragraph and Thesis Statement.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • The Thesis Statement can be placed where in the Introduction Paragraph?
  • Question 2
  • As the first sentence
  • Anywhere
  • The last sentence
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • The Thesis Statement can be placed where in the Introduction Paragraph?
  • Question 2
  • There is no hard rule on where the thesis statement should go, the writer must decide where it is best placed to gain the maximum effect which is capturing and holding reader attention.
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  • The goal is to introduce your essay in an interesting way. You want the reader to want to keep reading after you present your Introduction Paragraph and Thesis Statement.Once you complete your Introduction Paragraph don’t be afraid to move the position of your Thesis Statement. If you leave the Thesis Statement as the last statement, you can bait the reader with a snappy introduction, hint at the supporting ideas and then present your Thesis Statement.You can also position the Thesis Statement so that it’s the first thing the reader sees if you want to come in bold and set the tone right away.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

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  • The goal is to introduce your essay in an interesting way. You want the reader to want to keep reading after you present your Introduction Paragraph and Thesis Statement.Once you complete your Introduction Paragraph don’t be afraid to move the position of your Thesis Statement. If you leave the Thesis Statement as the last statement, you can bait the reader with a snappy introduction, hint at the Supporting Ideas and then present your Thesis Statement.You can also position the Thesis Statement so that it’s the first thing the reader sees if you want to come in bold and set the tone right
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • The Thesis Statement is supported by the three Supporting Ideas.
  • Question 3
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • The Thesis Statement is supported by the three Supporting Ideas.
  • Question 3
  • The three Supporting Ideas you present in the Introduction Paragraph are what are going to support your Thesis Statement.
  • Your Thesis Statement can’t stand on it’s own without supporting ideas.
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  • In the Six Paragraph Essay, as touched on in the course introduction, your three Supporting Ideas that you mention in the Introduction Paragraph, and then later by giving each Idea its own paragraph, are what gives your Thesis Statement legs to stand on. With out your three Supporting Ideas, you are just stating an opinion with nothing to back it up.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

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  • In the Six Paragraph Essay, as touched on in the course introduction, your three Supporting Ideas that you mention in the Introduction Paragraph, and then later by giving each Idea its own paragraph, are what gives your Thesis Statement legs to stand on. With out your three Supporting Ideas, you are just stating an opinion with nothing to back it up.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • What should you not do with your Thesis Statement?
  • Question 4
  • Create reader expectations
  • Make it wordy
  • Make it the main topic of your essay
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • What should you not do with your Thesis Statement?
  • Question 4
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  • The Thesis Statement is the heart of what your essay is about. It is the main topic and will be backed up by your three Supporting Idea paragraphs.
  • Once you state your Thesis you cannot deviate from it. You have created reader expectations with your Thesis Statement. You must fulfill their expectations by delivering a Thesis that is original and interesting. Peaking reader interest is critical. This is accomplished by writing a clear and concise Thesis Statement that is not wordy and states exactly what your essay is about and nothing more.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

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  • The Thesis Statement is the heart of what your essay is about. It is the main topic and will be backed up by your three Supporting Idea paragraphs.Once you state your Thesis you cannot deviate from it. You have created reader expectations with your Thesis Statement. You must fulfill their expectations by delivering a Thesis that is original and interesting. Peaking reader interest is critical. This is accomplished by writing a clear and concise Thesis Statement that is not wordy and states exactly what your essay is about and nothing more.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • The purpose of the Corollary Paragraph is to ________?
  • Question 5
  • Show the reader that you understand different points of view
  • Invalidate your Thesis Statement
  • Show the reader that you know what you’re talking about
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • The purpose of the Corollary Paragraph is to ________?
  • Question 5
  • The Corollary Paragraph also known as the “Concession Paragraph” is there to show the reader that you understand and acknowledge that there are other points of view, or sides to your Thesis Statement.
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  • Concessions add power to your Thesis Statement by allowing you to drive your position home that much harder.
  • You’re setting the bar higher by forcing yourself to make sure that your supporting ideas are solid and well thought out.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • Correct! Well done.
  • The Corollary Paragraph also known as the “Concession Paragraph” is there to show the reader that you understand and acknowledge that there are other points of view, or sides to your Thesis Statement.
  • Concessions add power to your Thesis Statement by allowing you to drive your position home that much harder. You’re setting the bar higher by forcing yourself to make sure that your supporting ideas are solid and well thought out.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • The Corollary Paragraph is also known as the _______ paragraph.
  • Question 6
  • Confession
  • Constitution
  • Concession
  • Coronation
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • The Corollary Paragraph is also known as the _______ paragraph.
  • Question 6
  • The Corollary Paragraph is also known as the “Concession Paragraph”.
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  • Concessions add power to your Thesis Statement by allowing you to drive your position home that much harder.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • Correct! Well done.
  • Concessions add power to your Thesis Statement by allowing you to drive your position home that much harder.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • Concessions add power to your Thesis Statement by allowing you to drive your position home that much harder.
  • Question 7
  • True
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • Concessions add power to your Thesis Statement by allowing you to drive your position home that much harder.
  • Question 7
  • The Corollary Paragraph is powerful because it can put you in tune with your reader if he or she has decided that they are on the other side of your argument.
  • Wrong Answer
  • Concessions add power to your Thesis Statement by allowing you to drive your position home that much harder. You’re setting the bar higher by forcing yourself to make sure that your supporting ideas are solid and well thought out.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • Correct! Well done.
  • The Corollary Paragraph is powerful because it can put you in tune with your reader if he or she has decided that they are on the other side of your argument.Concessions add power to your Thesis Statement by allowing you to drive your position home that much harder. You’re setting the bar higher by forcing yourself to make sure that your supporting ideas are solid and well thought out.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • The final sentence of the Corollary Paragraph is used to __________.
  • Question 8
  • All of the above
  • Briefly mentions your Thesis Statement again
  • Bring the reader back to seeing your point of view
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • The final sentence of the Corollary Paragraph is used to __________.
  • Question 8
  • The final sentence does all of the aforementioned answers.
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  • After your concessions are made it’s time to pull the reader back to your side. The final sentence reminds the reader that even though you have made those concessions and see another point of view, it’s time for you to briefly mention your Thesis Statement again and let he or she know that it’s time for you get down to the business of proving your side of the argument is better.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • Correct! Well done.
  • After your concessions are made it’s time to pull the reader back to your side. The final sentence reminds the reader that even though you have made those concessions and see another point of view, it’s time for you to briefly mention your Thesis Statement again and let he or she know that it’s time for you get down to the business of proving your side of the argument is better.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • The Corollary Paragraph is used to acknowledge that your reader may have a different point of view than yours.
  • Question 9
  • True
  • False
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • The Corollary Paragraph is used to acknowledge that your reader may have a different point of view than yours.
  • Question 9
  • The Corollary Paragraph is powerful because it can put you in tune with your reader if he or she has decided that they are on the other side of your argument.
  • Wrong Answer
  • Concessions add power to your Thesis Statement by allowing you to drive your position home that much harder. You’re setting the bar higher by forcing yourself to make sure that your Supporting Ideas are solid and well thought out.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • Correct! Well done.
  • The Corollary Paragraph is powerful because it can put you in tune with your reader if he or she has decided that they are on the other side of your argument.Concessions add power to your Thesis Statement by allowing you to drive your position home that much harder. You’re setting the bar higher by forcing yourself to make sure that your Supporting Ideas are solid and well thought out.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • Gaining and maintaining reader interest is vital in the Introduction Paragraph, as well as throughout the entire essay.
  • Question 10
  • True
  • False
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • Gaining and maintaining reader interest is vital in the Introduction Paragraph, as well as throughout the entire essay.
  • Question 10
  • If the reader, most likely your Professor, is uninterested in your paper, he or she may not want to finish reading your paper. They will finish reading it, but you want them to finish reading because the want to, not because they have to.
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  • The Introduction Paragraph literally introduces the reader to your essay. It’s your chance to present your Thesis Statement and hint at the Supporting Ideas that will follow. The goal is to introduce your essay in an interesting way. You want the reader to want to keep reading after you present your Introduction Paragraph and Thesis Statement.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • Correct! Well done.
  • The Introduction Paragraph literally introduces the reader to your essay. It’s your chance to present your Thesis Statement and hint at the Supporting Ideas that will follow. The goal is to introduce your essay in an interesting way. You want the reader to want to keep reading after you present your Introduction Paragraph and Thesis Statement.
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The Six Paragraph Essay

  • Thank you for your participation in the eCourse and this quiz. You now have the tools to craft a well written, and interesting Six Paragraph Essay.
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