HR final paper workshop

HR final paper workshop - Writer's Workshop 8 April 2011...

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Writer’s Workshop 8 April 2011
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MLA Heading Your name Teacher’s name American Lit/Comp 11 15 April 2011
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If you’re looking at an intro… Is there a hook? Can you guess what the paper is going to be about? (tell  your partner what your guess is and see if you’re right.) Does it introduce the idea/goal of the oppressed  group/organization by giving general background  information? What questions do you have? Does the intro need more  information in order for you to be at least semi-informed to  be able to read this paper and understand the conflict it’s  addressing?
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Let’s all practice writing a hook. Question/Hypothetically speaking (what if…) Definition Quotation/Saying List Anecdote/Story/Vivid Description Dilemma Shock Factor/Startling Statistic Universal Statement
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If you’re looking at a body  paragraph… Does the paragraph provide you with detailed information  about the topic? Do you feel like you understand the idea?  (background info, discusses both sides of the controversy,  overall goal of the group, examples, how the group is  succeeding/failing, etc.) Does anything need to be clarified? Any terms or acronyms 
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