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Copy of On Demand
Transcript of Copy of On Demand
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9 Rubric Indicators
- purpose -audience
- idea development -transitions
- organizations -grammar
- sentence structure -correctness
- word choice
Situation - —The event that causes you to need to write. (On the test, you have to pretend.)
Purpose - —The reason you’re writing:
to narrate an event
to respond to a text/graphic/chart
Audience - —The person (or people) you’re pretending to write to
Mode - —The type of writing you are to do:
letter, feature article, editorial, speech
1. Decide who your audience is.
The prompt should give you this information.
2. Decide what your purpose is. What do you want your audience to do, think, or know after reading your essay?
3. Write your introduction.
• identify your audience
• catch your audience's attention
• give the audience a preview of what your speaking about
- make a shocking statement
- give a startling fact/opinion
- tell a short story/anecdote/scenario
- quote someone else
- ask a question
4. Write the body of the essay.
• Give your main points.
• Support each main point with:
- facts - explaining who
- statistics - explaining what
- a definition - explaining where
- examples - explaining when
- details - explaining why
- expert quotes - explaining how
- a story
5. Write the conclusion.
Summarize your main points
make a shocking statement
tell a story/anecdote/scenario
make a forceful statement
quote someone else
refer back to something you said in your intro