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Comparing both texts - Lesson 12 (4) - Unpacking SAC 4: How to write the introduction and body paragraphs

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Transcript of Comparing both texts - Lesson 12 (4) - Unpacking SAC 4: How to write the introduction and body paragraphs

Comparing both texts - Lesson 12 (4) - Unpacking SAC 4: How to write the introduction and body paragraphs
LI:
To know how to structure the
intro, body paragraphs
and
conclusion
of a comparative essay.

SC:
Students will identify key elements of structure in a sample structure guideline. Students will pay close attention to
template sentences
and know how these help them to
actually
answer the question
avoid
retelling
give
direction
to their thinking and the essay
transition from general claims to
supporting textual evidence

How to structure the body paragraphs

How to structure the introduction
How to structure the conclusion
Activity: Practice writing an introduction using the structure you have learned today
Essay question:
'Tracks and Into the Wild both argue that we should all try to escape society.' Do you agree with this statement?

1. Working individually.

2.
Follow
the structure guide to write an introduction.
The
three topics of the body paragraphs
have already been chosen for you. They are
Topic 1:
Intimacy can easily give way to isolation and danger if one shuts people out.
Topic 2:
Escaping society can be beneficial, but one must be adequately prepared for the dangers, otherwise it can be deadly.
Topic 3:
Self-actualisation doesn't necessarily mean that you have to physically escape society.
You must decide
which one these topics
will form the
most important factor
in your
evaluative contention
.

3. We have 20 minutes.

4. Class discussion to follow.
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