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Unit 2 Assessment Feedback. General Feedback. Steps in the right direction Improved structure Prewrite! Follow directions Most points were lost for this reason Hand in what you will be graded on Use the outline! Prove your thesis!. Thesis and Outline.

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general feedback
General Feedback
  • Steps in the right direction
    • Improved structure
  • Prewrite!
  • Follow directions
    • Most points were lost for this reason
    • Hand in what you will be graded on
  • Use the outline!
  • Prove your thesis!
thesis and outline
Thesis and Outline
  • If you are going to give an example contrary to your thesis, you must prove it wrong or incomplete.
    • Your job is to prove your thesis.
  • Use the outline provided!
structure
Structure
  • Say what the source is and if it’s biased
    • Paul Revere’s engraving is biased because of its coloring, incorrect details, and title.
  • Explain your examples.
    • The colors are dark on the colonist’s side which reflects their depressed mood and economic condition.
  • EXPLAIN THE SIGNIFICANCE OF YOUR EXAMPLES
    • What is the influence on the audience?
      • Because this photograph only conveys one side of the argument, the viewer is likely to believe that the incident at Kent State was extremely violent and fight against the Vietnam War.
concluding sentences
Concluding Sentences
  • 3 Jobs (not 1)
    • Summarize what you said
    • Tie back to your thesis
    • Lead into the next paragraph
  • A great place to state implications too!
structure of a conclusion sentence
Structure of a Conclusion Sentence
  • Thus, “21 Guns” is a biased source. If people listen to this song, they are led to believe that the war in Iraq is a disaster. Not only are songs biased, engravings can be influenced by humanness as well.
cool development
Cool Development
  • Stating implications in conclusion!
    • Wow!
spelling
Spelling
  • Their
    • possession
  • They’re
    • They are
  • There
    • place
places to go people to see
Places to go, people to see
  • Mr. McLaughlin
  • Ms. Mordente
  • Block 1- Allegra Craver (examples and prewriting)
  • Block 3- Michelle Kumpf (transitions and essay structure)
  • Block 4- Defne Sement (conclusions, work ethic)
  • Block 5- Marina Lilieholm (essay structure and detail selection)