ESL 273 - WA 3 - Cause and Effect.docx

5 in your introduction consider using the following

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examples, for each category. 5. In your Introduction, consider using the following format: Wow! Statement, Background information; Define all “key” terms; General statement that is followed by more specific language as you approach your thesis statement. 6. When writing your conclusion, you may want to include some or all of the following components: re-state thesis statement; summarize key points; offer a suggestion to the reader; make a prediction of the future; ask a question; finish with a famous quote or proverb. Your essay should include : A thesis statement at the end of your introductory paragraph or at the end of the concluding paragraph, depending whether you write implicitly or explicitly. 5 paragraphs total, which includes: an introduction, (3) body paragraphs, a conclusion. 10-12 sentences per paragraph; POINTS WILL BE DEDUCTED FOR SHORT PARAGRAPHS! YOUR GRADED WILL BE SEVERELY AFFECTED!!! A catchy title: 5 words or less; remember to capitalize ALL IMPORTANT WORDS in your title; Use at least (5) vocabulary words from this chapter in your essay; underline or highlight each vocabulary word that you use in your essay. MLA format: 1” margins, double-spaced throughout; 12 font; heading on top left side of first page; and last name and page number in header (top right) IF YOU USE QUOTES, YOU MUST INCLUDE A WORKS CITED PAGE! Follow the instructions and example in your Reader!
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A student hoping to go to ESL 5 next quarter will want to include: a variety of figurative language examples, other words and phrases with specific connotations to affect the reader, participial adjectives, useful quotes from the article in the text, and a variety of sentence structures. Peer Review Due: (complete typed working draft) – June 5 Final Draft Due: (online and in-class) – June 12
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