INTRODUCTION Hook Thesis Map. Five-Paragraph Essay. BODY PARAGRAPH 1 Topic Sentence Evidence Commentary Evidence Commentary Evidence Commentary Transition. Five-Paragraph Essay. CONCLUSION Map Thesis Hook. Thesis Statements. W ho, W here, V ivid V erb, t hat, T heme.
Who, Where, Vivid Verb, that, Theme.
Pronoun, Vivid Verb, List, Tie-in
P, VV, L1+L2+L3, T
Vivid verb for “uses”
The HOOK gets the reader’s ATTENTION.
Hooks can come in the form of: personal experiences, observations, jokes, facts or statistics, quotations, or questions.
Last Name, Vivid Verb, Map Item, Why
LN, VV, MI, W
Evidence can come in two forms:
Quotations or Paraphrases
Commentary explains (or comments on) how the evidence proves the topic sentence and/or the thesis.
Use transition words often in your commentary sentences.
President Kennedy meant many things when he said, ‘Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.’”
Write 1-2 sentences about this picture
About this picture:
Finally, Write 1-2 sentences about this picture
Now, read your last 3-6 sentences; write a sentence that unifies these sentences.Topic Sentences
You try; Intro paragraph: