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  1. The Global Statement(With thanks to Mr. Scott Purdy) Introduction and conclusion

  2. Five skills you need • Making lists • Transposing sentences • Saying it in another way • Knowing general vs. specific • Writing a global outline

  3. Five skills you need • Making lists

  4. Making lists • Read the prompt

  5. Making lists • Read the prompt • What is the topic of the essay?

  6. Making lists • Read the prompt • What is the topic of the essay? • Brainstorm

  7. Making lists • Read the prompt • What is the topic of the essay? • Brainstorm Give yourself a limited amount of time (two or three minutes)

  8. Making lists • Read the prompt • What is the topic of the essay? • Brainstorm Give yourself a limited amount of time (two or three minutes). Write down as many related items as you can think of in that time.

  9. Making lists • Read the prompt • What is the topic of the essay? • Brainstorm Give yourself a limited amount of time (two or three minutes). Write down as many related items as you can think of in that time. Don’t edit as you write.

  10. Making lists • Read the prompt • What is the topic of the essay? • Brainstorm • Get rid of ideas you can’t use

  11. Making lists • Read the prompt • What is the topic of the essay? • Brainstorm • Get rid of ideas you can’t use • The ideas you have left are your list

  12. Making lists • Read the prompt • What is the topic of the essay? • Brainstorm • Get rid of ideas you can’t use • The ideas you have left are your list • Write your list in parallel form

  13. Five skills you need • Making lists • Transposing sentences

  14. Transposing Put the beginning of the sentence at the end and the end of the sentence at the beginning.

  15. Transposing - example There are many options we each have for leading a successful and productive life.

  16. Transposing - example There are many options we each have for leading a successful and productive life.

  17. Transposing - example There are many options we each have for leading a successful and productive life. Leading a successful and productive life can be achieved by following one of many options we each have.

  18. Transposing – you try it Each of us has many options and opportunities when it comes to choosing a career.

  19. Transposing – you try it Having a well rounded educations gives us many choices when it comes to deciding on a career.

  20. Five skills you need • Making lists • Transposing sentences • Saying it in another way

  21. Saying it in another way To add variety and interest to your conclusion, you will be restating the thesis from the introduction but with different words. You will say it in another way.

  22. Saying it in another way There are two ways to figure out how to say something in another way.

  23. Saying it in another way There are two ways to figure our how to say something in another way. • Use your five senses – sight, smell, taste, hearing, touch

  24. Saying it in another way There are two ways to figure our how to say something in another way. • Use your five senses – sight, smell, taste, hearing, touch • Use the five “w’s” and an “h.”

  25. Saying it in another way Use your five senses.

  26. Saying it in another way Use five “w’s” and an “h”

  27. Five skills you need • Making lists • Transposing sentences • Saying it in another way • Knowing general vs. specific

  28. General vs. specific Think of being on the middle rung of a ladder.

  29. General vs. specific As you go up the ladder, your topic becomes more general. As you go down the ladder, your topic becomes more specific.

  30. General vs. specific - example Teacher

  31. General vs. specific - example Career Teacher

  32. General vs. specific - example Career Teacher Language Arts

  33. General vs. specific – you try it Football

  34. General vs. specific – you try it Dolls

  35. Five skills you need • Making lists • Transposing sentences • Saying it in another way • Knowing general vs. specific • Writing a global outline

  36. Global outline I. A. B. C. D. 1. 2. 3.

  37. Global outline I. A. B. C. D. Essay topic 1. 2. 3.

  38. Global outline I. A. B. C. D. Essay topic 1. Body paragraph topic 2. 3.

  39. Global outline I. A. B. C. D. Essay topic 1. Body paragraph topic 2. Body paragraph topic 3.

  40. Global outline I. A. B. C. D. Essay topic 1. Body paragraph topic 2. Body paragraph topic 3. Body paragraph topic

  41. Global outline I. Bigger category (top of ladder) A. B. C. D. Essay topic 1. Body paragraph topic 2. Body paragraph topic 3. Body paragraph topic

  42. Global outline I. Bigger category (top of ladder) A. Example B. C. D. Essay topic 1. Body paragraph topic 2. Body paragraph topic 3. Body paragraph topic

  43. Global outline I. Bigger category (top of ladder) A. Example B. Example C. D. Essay topic 1. Body paragraph topic 2. Body paragraph topic 3. Body paragraph topic

  44. Global outline I. Bigger category (top of ladder) A. Example B. Example C. Example D. Essay topic 1. Body paragraph topic 2. Body paragraph topic 3. Body paragraph topic

  45. Five skills you need • Making lists • Transposing sentences • Saying it in another way • Knowing general vs. specific • Writing a global outline

  46. Writing an introduction You will use your global outline to write both the introduction and the conclusion of your essay.

  47. Writing an introduction • “D” is the topic statement • “1, 2, and 3” are the thesis • “I” is the global statement good beginning attention getter • “A, B, and C” are the transition from the good beginning to the topic statement.

  48. Writing an introduction Start with a global outline I. Careers A. Doctor B. Lawyer C. Fireman D. Teacher 1. Topic 2. Degree 3. Credential

  49. Topic statement Write a statement using letter “D” from your global outline. This will become your topic statement.

  50. Topic statement I. Careers A. Doctor B. Lawyer C. Fireman D. Teacher 1. Topic 2. Degree 3. Credential