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Catchy or Clever title to catch your audiences attention. By: . Introduction. Your topic sentence tells the reader your opinion whether or not you think the War of 1812 was worth it. The remaining sentences introduce your main ideas from your 3 (or more) main idea slides.

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introduction
Introduction
  • Your topic sentence tells the reader your opinion whether or not you think the War of 1812 was worth it.
  • The remaining sentences introduce your main ideas from your 3 (or more) main idea slides.
main idea for your opinion
Main Idea for your Opinion
  • Topic sentence with main idea. Two (or more) specific supporting detail sentences. They should contain facts found in your notes.
main idea for your opinion1
Main Idea for your Opinion
  • Topic sentence with main idea. Two (or more) specific supporting detail sentences. They should contain facts found in your notes.
main idea for your opinion2
Main Idea for your Opinion
  • Topic sentence with main idea. Two (or more) specific supporting detail sentences. They should contain facts found in your notes.
attack opposite opinion
Attack opposite opinion
  • Select two (or more) main ideas from the opposite opinion.
  • Write one opinion down and then use facts from your notes to discredit it.
  • Repeat with a second opinion.
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Restate your overall opinion about the War of 1812.
  • Restate your main ideas
  • End your project with a “bang”!