Day22-IntrosAndStructure

Day22-IntrosAndStructure - Introductions...

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Introductions And Thinking Through Structure
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4-Part Freewrite Answer the following questions in 1-3 paragraphs, on  the back of your introduction: 1. What information should a strong introduction  contain? 2. What is the progression of your introduction—in  other words, what is the connecting logic among types  of information (what comes first, second, etc.), and  how can I classify this information? 3. What is your introduction still missing, or what more  could you include? What are the strengths and weaknesses of your intro.  as it stands now?
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Review: Effective Introductions Hooks the Reader Identifies the Topic and Texts Gives Important Background Info./Context Establishes Scope Contains a Clear, Focused Thesis
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Review: Ways to Begin Quotation Related to the Topic Catch Phrase—Saying Something Unusual Concise, Related Story or Example Interesting Fact Historical Context Vivid Image
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