IE3 Writing: Lesson 3
Ican't believe we're already starting our essay outlines! Time sure does fly!
We learned about the structure of the body paragraphs. Similar to the introduction, you need to use funnel introduction: organizing your ideas from general to specific.
There are four types of details you can use in your essay: (1) facts; (2) descriptions; (3) statistics; and (4) expert opinions.
Introductions: First drafts
I returned the first drafts of your introductions in class. We went through the different types of comments on your drafts: purple comments for structure/content and orange comments for grammar. You also received Correction Symbols. I will use correction symbols to give you hints about the errors you make in your writing.
Sending your Documents to my Email:
When you send a file to me, please use the following pattern in your subject line:
IE3W: given name + task name
(e.g. IE3W: Natsumi Outline)
Please also include your name and task in the name of your MS Word file (e.g. Natsumi-outline).
1. Outline: email by Monday, April 27 before 12 noon
For your outline, remember to download the Classification outline Template. The file is below.
Blog Question #3:
Review the comments from your introduction. What are the three most important points you need to remember before you write your body paragraphs?