Applying outlining skills
Download
1 / 19

Applying Outlining Skills - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 95 Views
  • Uploaded on

Applying Outlining Skills. Activist Projects. Which of the 6 basic patterns for presenting information Work for this project? . Which of the 6 basic patterns for presenting information Work for this project? . Chronological.

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' Applying Outlining Skills' - dobry


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Applying outlining skills

Applying Outlining Skills

Activist Projects



Which of the 6 basic patterns for presenting information work for this project1
Which of the 6 Work for this project? basic patterns for presenting information Work for this project?

  • Chronological


Which of the 6 basic patterns for presenting information work for this project2
Which of the 6 Work for this project? basic patterns for presenting information Work for this project?

  • Chronological

  • Process or sequence


Which of the 6 basic patterns for presenting information work for this project3
Which of the 6 Work for this project? basic patterns for presenting information Work for this project?

  • Chronological

  • Process or sequence

  • Cause and effect


Which of the 6 basic patterns for presenting information work for this project4
Which of the 6 Work for this project? basic patterns for presenting information Work for this project?

  • Chronological

  • Process or sequence

  • Cause and effect

  • Problem and solution


Which of the 6 basic patterns for presenting information work for this project5
Which of the 6 Work for this project? basic patterns for presenting information Work for this project?

  • Chronological

  • Process or sequence

  • Cause and effect

  • Problem and solution

  • Inductive/deductive


Which of the 6 basic patterns for presenting information work for this project6
Which of the 6 Work for this project? basic patterns for presenting information Work for this project?

  • Chronological

  • Process or sequence

  • Cause and effect

  • Problem and solution

  • Inductive/deductive

  • Compare/contrast



5 goals of outlining all of them
5 goals of Work for this project? outliningAll of Them!

  • Visually separate main ideas from other main ideas

  • Visually separate a main idea from its details

  • Clearly show the relationship of main idea to other main ideas

  • Clearly show the relationship of the main idea to its details

  • Clearly show the relationship of details to other details for the same main idea



Rules for organizing replace and add
Rules for Organizing(Replace and Add) Work for this project?

  • Roman numerals, letters, and widths of indentation are used to show the relationship among pieces of information

  • All ideas of equal importance have the same width of indentation, same size Roman numeral, letter, or number

  • Phrases, abbreviations, and symbols are used when possible. Keep notes as short as possible while preserving understanding

  • Write for the audience to understand your plan as well as yourself. The audience include both your English and history teachers.

  • Write the number of the source from which you got the information in parentheses at the end of that detail.


Other reminders
Other Reminders Work for this project?

  • Large Roman Numerals (I., II., III.) = Main Ideas

  • Capital Letters(A, B, C) = Details directly related to Roman numerals.

  • Numbers (1, 2, 3) = Details that explain ideas in capital letters

  • Small letters (a, b, c) = details that explain ideas in numbers


Using note cards for your outline
Using Note cards for your outline Work for this project?

  • Look through your note cards.

  • Put all note cards with similar subject headings together. (Note: Make sure your note cards are numbered by source before you do this.)

  • Put the categories in a tentative order (the order you think they will need to be used for your outline and your paper.)


Example layout
Example Layout Work for this project?

YOU must include the details that would replace the following headings.


Introduction
(Introduction) Work for this project?

  • Introduction

    A. Attention Grabber (Quote? Description? Anecdote?)

    B. Lead in to thesis

    C. Thesis

    NOTES: 1) Do not write attention grabber, lead in, thesis: put what you will use to grab attention, lead up to the thesis, and what your thesis actually is. 2) “X is an activist” is the most basic thesis. Yours can and should be more interesting.


Body Work for this project?

  • Basic Biography/Overview

    A. Includes basic life facts

    B. Should not be longer than one or two paragraphs or 1/2 to 2/3 of a page.

    C. Remember, after each detail, write the number of the source in

    III. Events that led to activism

    A. Flesh out the outline

    B. Use as many supporting details as you need to help build your case.

    C. Should be about as long as the basic overview

    D. Continue identifying source of information in parantheses. (Got it, I’ll stop repeating it.)


Body continued
Body (continued) Work for this project?

  • Activism

    A. This is the longest section of your paper.

    B. Your activist did more than one thing, so include more than one Roman numeral section.

    C. Use numbers and lower case letters for additional details beneath each of the letter sections as well.


Conclusion
Conclusion Work for this project?

  • Legacy

    A. Use the evidence you have already explained in your paper

    B. This section is shorter than your body but MUCH more important than your summary of the person’s biography.

    C. If this section is weak your entire paper is weak.

    D. Restate your case about why this person is an important activist OR what lasting legacy this person has had.


ad