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Informative Essay

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Nadine Avila

on 15 August 2013

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Transcript of Informative Essay

First Clue:
Informative Essay
What is an Informative Essay?
Activitie
Steps to creat an I. E.
Parts of an Informative Essay
Body
Conclusion
Find out the main idea of the essay.
Put a title to the essay.
Explain why or why not is an Informative Essay
Organize the essay with the proper structure.
Introduction
An informative essay is a form of writing that teaches the reader about a topic in an unbiased manner.
Example:
As you are listening to me, you might not think that today is the day that you will save a life. It is quite easy to save a life any day and it only takes a little bit of your time. I’m not talking about being a paramedic or fireman; I am talking about donating blood.
Example:
So that now you know how easy it is to donate blood, it’s time to take action. After all, you have plenty of blood, so why not share? When you do, you will feel good about yourself and you will save a life.
Needs to present the topic and grab the attention of the audience. It also need to include the main sentence for the entire essay.
The body will be the main bulk of the essay and it will contain all the important facts that you are covering. This is where the audience will get their questions answered.
Remember to answer these questions: who, what, where, when, why, and how.
Conclude your essay by summarizing your topic. Try to leave your readers with a memorable ending that makes them want to learn more about the topic.

After you have chosen the topic, you will need to research and gather all the pertinent details on that subject. You need to ascertain what you already know about the subject and then decide what you would like to know.
You will need to make a list of the important facts and then list the main steps in your paper. Make sure all your facts are accurate. You will need to write a topic sentence for each fact and write a focus sentence (thesis statement) for the entire essay.
Create an outline that will organize your facts in a logical way. Then you will be ready to make your first draft.
Editing is an important step for any writing project. Reading your essay out loud will help you notice places where the writing is awkward or unclear. If possible, have someone else read it and give you their ideas for improvement. Of course, you will need to pay attention for grammar, punctuation, spelling, capitalization, and other errors.
In groups of four you will search 3 clues that will give you the place where an Essay was lived, you need to find out
Being healthy its good, but safer too
I will help you to find the nearest exit
To get out from school
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