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Transcript of Steps
How to start?
Choose your topic
How should I develop my topic?
Some useful Strategies
Polish and Share
of a Project
What are you interested in?
What do you know a lot and may want to teach?
What do you like? don't like?
What would you love to know more about?
Think about everything you would like to include in your presentation and add it to the brainstorming cloud
Make yourself an expert on your topic.
Take advantage of the internet!
Your introduction should grab the readers attention. Set the issue and lead to your
What is a thesis?
A brief but catchy thesis statement easily attracts the attention of readers as it immediately tells them what you will be arguing in your essay.
A thesis statement expresses the main point or argument of an essay.
See some examples in this link: http://tipsforresearchpapersandessays.blogspot.com/2008/12/thesis-statement-examples.html
Each paragraph should be focused on a single idea that supports your thesis.
The purpose of a conclusion is to tie together, or integrate the various issues, research, etc., covered in the body of the paper, and to make comments upon the meaning of all of it. This includes noting any implications resulting from your discussion of the topic, as well as recommendations, forecasting future trends, and the need for further research.
How to end an essay? Take a look at this link: http://www.wikihow.com/End-an-Essay
Sketch your essay before writing it out.
How to write an outline? Take a look at this link: http://www.wikihow.com/Write-an-Outline
Describe what each paragraph will contain.
Contrast or oppose ideas:
in spite of
on the other hand
on the contrary
as +___+ as
Reason, cause and effect:
in order that
Time and sequence:
first of all
as a result of
due to the fact that
on top of that
as far as I am concerned
from my point of view
to be honest
to tell the truth
You can find lots of interesting videos to explain your point clearer or to share examples.
Share your ideas on an appealing way.
Take a look at this tutorial!
Showing pictures is a good way to call your audience attention.
Before presenting your topic you have to be certain that you polished your work.
Subject verb agreement
Remember to practice the way you are going to share the presentation.
To do so your can record yourself speaking!!