Writing for AP Government

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Writing for AP Government
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First step - planning Before you write - plan Each Answer Who, what, when, how, why 5 minutes to plan and make points
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Second step - define Define the key terms Look for the key terms in questions and define them. This can serve as your opening statement or thesis
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Third step - answer fully Make sure that you are answering the question and that you answer all of the question’s parts DO NOT USE 1st PERSON Don’t use I think,I hope etc.
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Final step - review and revise Re-read your answer and make sure that:
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