Critical Essay Writing. Structuring an Essay. Critical Essay – Structure. 1. Introduction Explains to the reader what the essay is about. 2. Plot Summary Provides a brief summary of the text(s) being addressed (sometimes included as part of the introduction). 3. BodyBy avak
September 28, 2011 Staple printed notes into your binder/notebook. Look back into your printed notes as we go through these different words and meanings. Point of view? What is it… 1 st - I went to the mall last night. 2 nd - You wake up everyday on the wrong side of the bed!By irisa
Collect P&P and Check Clusters Punctuating Dialogue Create a Timeline Adding Sensory Details Adding Dialogue Notes on MLA Format “The Most Dangerous Game” Pre-Reading HOMEWORK: Supplies by tomorrow (extension) Vocabulary: Unit One & note cards for roots only due THURS. TODAY’S AGENDA.By kelvin
Using Quotations. Why We Use Quotes: You can QUOTE me on that. A quote is the exact wording of a statement from a source. Quotes make an essay more believable; they are evidence that can support your thesis.By kiora
In-Text Citations. In-Text Citations – with an Author. “Quote from the article goes inside quotation marks. A comma comes at the end of the quote before the citations, and period goes at the very end of the sentence ” (Author Pg #) Example: “See this is easy,” (Smith 655). ,.By tola
Punctuation In the English language. Why do we need punctuation?. Punctuation allows the authors writing to be easy to read and understandable for the reader. Types of Punctuation. Period. Rule: Use at the end of a complete sentence. Example: I went to the store for groceries.By ebond
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