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Comparing both texts - Lesson 14 - How to prepare and practicing unpacking a question and writing an introduction

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Comparing both texts - Lesson 14 - How to prepare and practicing unpacking a question and writing an introduction
Where to access resources?
LI:
To know how to prepare for the comparative SAC and be able to unpack a practice essay question and write an introduction.

SC:
Students will know the steps necessary for successful preparation, as well as be able to unpack a practice essay question and write an introduction.
The rest of the lesson
1. Working individually.

2. Go to the Learning Task titled
'SAC - Comparative essay'
on Compass
Open the document titled
'Practice essay questions'
.
Choose one essay question.

3. Open the
‘How to structure a comparative essay’
. Use it to
Unpack the essay question
Identify key words, create three synonyms/alternative phrases
Brainstorm whether the question is focused mainly on theme, context, or genre/style
Complexify the essay question by asking who/what/where/when/why/how/which?
Settle on the topic of 3-4 body paragraphs

4. Use the
‘How to structure a comparative essay’
guide to help you write just the introduction.
Remembering quotes
Option 1:
Go through the word document version

Option 2:
Go through the flashcards on Quizlet online

Option 3:
Go through the hardcopy flashcards from Quizlet so you can physically highlight the key parts of the quote
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