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CDW Review. Claim… Data… Warrant…. Topic Sentence. Contains an Attention Getting Device (optional) Question ??? Story Quote Statistic Contains wording from the Prompt (key words!) Contains author name (full or last only), title of literature and year written

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Cdw review

CDW Review

Claim…

Data…

Warrant…


Topic sentence

Topic Sentence

  • Contains an Attention Getting Device (optional)

    • Question ???

    • Story

    • Quote

    • Statistic

  • Contains wording from the Prompt (key words!)

  • Contains author name (full or last only), title of literature and year written

    • Refers to 3-4 topics (claims) you will prove


Example topic sentence for aq

Example Topic Sentence for AQ

  • Prompt: Describe the character Paul Baumer, and specifically, how he is a sympathetic character as created by the veteran pacifist, Erich Maria Remarque.

  • Topic Sentence: What makes a novel detailing the horrors of war worth reading? A connection to readers. In Remarque’s 1928 pacifist novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, Paul Baumer is a sympathetic soldier who appeals to a wide audience of readers. (three claims are implied) or ADD three explicit claims: because he is sensitive, relatable and sad.


Claim s

Claim(s)

  • A specific “thread” of your topic sentence that your essay will prove!

  • Claim 1 for TS: In Remarque’s 1928 pacifist novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, Paul Baumer is a sympathetic soldier who appeals to a wide audience of readers because he is sensitive, relatable and sad.

    • Paul Baumer is a sensitive young man who cares for his friends, making readers feel sympathetic towards him and his fate.


Data statements textual ex

Data Statements = textual ex

  • Data 1 for Claim 1: Paul Baumer is a sensitive young man who cares for his friends, making readers feel sympathetic towards him and his fate.

  • While visiting a mortally wounded friend, Paul tries to comfort him: “I put my arm round his shoulder and put my face against his” (31).


Warrant s reasons why

Warrant(s)—reasons why!!

  • An explanation of the quote—if not obvious!

  • Reasons WHY the data PROVES the claim

  • Reasons WHY the data reflects the TOPIC SENTENCE


Warrant 1 for the ts and claim 1

Warrant 1 for the TS and Claim 1:

Paul Baumer is a sensitive young man who cares for his friends. To illustrate, while visiting a mortally wounded friend, Paul tries to comfort him: “I put my arm round his shoulder and put my face against his” (31). WARRANTHere, Paul provides a fatherly hug for Kemmerich, his dying friend.Paul shows this type of concern often about those he considers his friends. This sensitivity helps readers feel sympathy for Paul as he mourns and as he struggles with his own troubles because he is a likeable, relatable young man.


Key words connection

Key Words Connection

  • In Remarque’s 1928 pacifist novel, All Quiet on the Western Front, Paul Baumeris a sympathetic soldier who appeals to a wide audience of readers because he is sensitive, relatable and sad.

  • Paul Baumeris a sensitive young man who cares for his friends. To illustrate, while visiting a mortally wounded friend, Paul tries to comfort him: “I put my arm round his shoulder and put my face against his” (31). WARRANTHere, Paul provides a fatherly hug for Kemmerich, his dying friend. Paul shows this type of concern often about those he considers his friends. This sensitivity helps readers feel sympathy for Paul as he mourns and as he struggles with his own troubles


A note about conclusions

A note about Conclusions…

  • Conclusions (conclusive statements) are important to wrap up the entire “package” of your paragraph. Many prompts “beg” further questions too….look at ours…

  • For our paragraph…The fact that Paul gains the sympathy of readers aids Remarque in creating a novel with a powerful social message: War equals the total destruction of young, intelligent, innocent people, people just like you!


Remember

Remember!

  • Use your information on citing quotations and introducing quotations. It is expected to be correct this time around! Hint: packet!

  • Proofread!!!

  • MLA format

  • Creative title and prompt number please!

  • Typed, 12 font, Double-spaced

  • Packets in downloads folder on citation and quotation

  • Rubric in downloads folder


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