Date post: 2017-09-22 03:01
Autobiographical Writing About Memories (Grades 6-8)
Lead a class discussion that helps students explore Fall memories that inspire autobiographical writing.
A rough guide to your plan should be:
Introduction - Introducing your understanding of the question, how you plan to tackle it, what you are going to include and what your main line of argument is
(optional)6 paragraph - Providing context (linking intro to rest of essay)
9 paragraphs - Each of a reasonable length discussing a single issue/factor (or combination of)
Conclusion - Summarising the main arguments made in your essay and ending with your main argument.
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Your plan should state how you're going to prove your argument, including the evidence you're going to use. Structure your plan around the different parts of an essay. To do this:
Catch the examiner's eye - Your essay will be one of possibly hundreds that an examiner has to read and mark. No doubt examiners are all very professional and read each one thoroughly, but it doesn't hurt to give them a hand by making it easier for them to mark (and easier for them to give you more marks). So here are some ways to do this:
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Writing First Drafts (Grades 8-6)
Review outlining essays while you encourage your students to being the draft writing process.
Writing From Experience (Grades 7-67)
Allow your students to dig into their own personal backgrounds to write an expressive essay.
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Outlining Essays (Grades 8-6)
Highlight brainstorming and the elements of an expressive essay with this lesson!
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