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Taking the next steps. Make an Outline Write a rough draft. Organize your facts. Get your 10 facts. You need at least 3 facts / 1 reason Relate your facts to your reasons. Example. Topic: Climate Change Thesis statement:

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Taking the next steps

Taking the next steps.

Make an Outline

Write a rough draft


Organize your facts
Organize your facts

  • Get your 10 facts.

  • You need at least 3 facts / 1 reason

  • Relate your facts to your reasons.


Example
Example

Topic: Climate Change

Thesis statement:

“Climate change is one of the biggest problems facing the world today…”

Reason 1 (R1):

“…because of its negative effects on the global sea level.”


Example1
Example

Fact (F1):

The decline in Arctic sea ice, both in extent and thickness, over the last several decades is further evidence for rapid climate change.

  • http://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/


Write a rough draft
Write a Rough Draft

RACE

  • Each fact will be a RACE Response.

  • Each Reason will have 3 RACE Response paragraphs.

  • Intro and Closing makes 11 paragraphs.

    • Minimum number


Example2
Example

Restate and Answer using your Topic and your Reason:

(R1F1 RACE paragraph)

Sentence 1

  • Climate change is one of the world’s biggest problems because of its negative effects on the global sea level.


Example3
Example

Cite using your Facts. Source goes in (Parentheses) at the end:

(R1F1 RACE paragraph)

Sentence 2

  • NASA says that the decline in Arctic sea ice, both in extent and thickness, over the last several decades is further evidence for rapid climate change. (http://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/ )


Example4
Example

Explain writing must be at least 2 sentences, if not more:

(R1F1 RACE paragraph)

Sentence 3 and on.

  • This is highlighting that the Arctic Sea ice is declining at such a rate that it is literal evidence for climate change. When the Sea ice melts, it creates fluctuation in the weather, higher sea levels, and results from higher temperatures worldwide. The global sea level is something that affects our entire planet, and poses a real threat to the world we know and love.


Example r1f1 race paragraph
Example (R1F1 RACE paragraph)

Climate change is one of the world’s biggest problems because of its negative effects on the global sea level.


Example r1f1 race paragraph1
Example (R1F1 RACE paragraph)

Climate change is one of the world’s biggest problems because of its negative effects on the global sea level. NASA says that the decline in Arctic sea ice, both in extent and thickness, over the last several decades is further evidence for rapid climate change. (http://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/)


Example r1f1 race paragraph2
Example (R1F1 RACE paragraph)

Climate change is one of the world’s biggest problems because of its negative effects on the global sea level. NASA says that the decline in Arctic sea ice, both in extent and thickness, over the last several decades is further evidence for rapid climate change. (http://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/) This is highlighting that the Arctic Sea ice is declining at such a rate that it is literal evidence for climate change. When the Sea ice melts, it creates fluctuation in the weather, higher sea levels, and results from higher temperatures worldwide. The global sea level is something that affects our entire planet, and poses a real threat to the world we know and love.


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