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11/21/09 9:11 AM Jane Shaffer Writing Method Page 1 of 3 file:///Users/seijisawicki/Documents/kore_2007_0512/csuf/classis/305/305_ARTICLES/Jane%20Shaffer%20Writing%20Method_misspelled.htm EDF 301w: School and Society Northern Arizona University: Department of Educational Leadership Fall 2005 Facilitator: Judi Moreillon Common School WebQuest: Jane Shaffer Writing Method These are the component parts of a one-chunk Jane Shaffer paragraph: TS: Topic Sentence CD: Concrete Detail COM: Commentary CS: Concluding Sentence This is a sequence for composing a one-chunk paragraph. 1. Decide on a concrete detail. Write or paraphrase it and cite it. 2. Write a commentary sentence that completes this statement: [This shows that] … 3. Write another commentary sentence that completes this statement: [This is important because] 4. Compose a topic sentence. 5. Compose a concluding sentence, which completes the thought or thesis stated in the topic sentence. 6. Create a citation for your references.
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This note was uploaded on 01/06/2010 for the course ENGL 305 taught by Professor Sawiki during the Fall '09 term at CSU Fullerton.

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