After you organize your introduction, how do you organize the rest of your essay?

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After you organize your introduction, how do you organize the rest of your essay?. In this lesson you will learn how to organize the body of your essay by using boxes and bullets. . Preparing to write. 1. 2. 3. 4. Research a topic. Generate a big research question. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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After you organize your introduction, how do you organize the rest of your essay?After you organize your introduction, how do you organize the rest of your essay?1In this lesson you will learn how to organize the body of your essay by using boxes and bullets. In this lesson you will learn how to organize the body of your essay by using boxes and bullets. 2Preparing to writeResearch a topicGenerate a big research questionWrite your thesis statement

1234Outline your essayHow did mistakes cause some battles of the Civil War to begin?Some battles of the Civil War were caused by mistakes. Lets ReviewLets review where we are in the writing process. Right now, we are in the preparing to write process. First we researched a topic, in this case the Civil war, and we have read multiple texts on the topic. Next we generated a big research question which is, how did mistakes cause some battles of the Civil War to begin? The third step in preparing to write is to write the thesis statement. We came up with Some battles of the Civil War were caused by mistakes and finally, well be outlining the essay. We are on step 4 of the process, outlining the essay. Weve already outlined the introductory paragraph for the research essay, now we need to outline the rest of the essay using boxes and bullets. 3Attack on Fort SumterBattle at Balls BluffRiot in BaltimoreHow did mistakes cause some battles of the Civil War to begin?Some battles of the Civil War were caused by mistakes. The Attack on Fort Sumter was caused by a mistake.Soldier mistakes caused the Riot in Baltimore.Soldiers started the Battle at Balls Bluff by accident.

Information webIntroductory outlineLets ReviewThe process of outlining the introduction was to take the information from our information web and insert it into our boxes and bullets outline. We will be working with the information web and the introductory outline during this lesson. 4Leave the introductory outline behind

A Common MistakeA common mistake that some writers make when moving on to the outline of the body of the essay is to leave the introductory outline behind once it has been created. This is a mistake because the introductory outline actually helps to set up the rest of the essay. The order of the bullets in the introductory outline are the same order that you will write your paragraphs in in the body of the essay. 5Make each bullet of your introduction a box in the body organizer.12Add supporting details from your notes as bullets under the boxes.3Count the bullets to see where you need to go back and look for information.Core LessonSo in order to outline the rest of the essay and use the introductory outline, first, Make each bullet of your introduction a box in the body organizer. Next, Add supporting details from your notes as bullets under the boxes, and last, Count the bullets to see where you need to go back and look for information.

6Make each bullet of your introduction a box in the body organizer.1Some battles of the Civil War were caused by mistakes. The Attack on Fort Sumter was caused by a mistake.Soldier mistakes caused the Riot in Baltimore.Soldiers started the Battle at Balls Bluff by accident.

Introductory outlineThe Attack on Fort Sumter was caused by a mistake. Body outlineSoldier mistakes caused the Riot in Baltimore.Soldiers started the Battle at Balls Bluff by accident. Core LessonSo first, Make each bullet of your introduction a box in the body of the organizer. Taking a look at my introductory outline, I have my thesis in the box, and the three main points that I want to talk about as bullets under the box. I have three main points, so if I take a look at my body outline, I should have three new sets of boxes and bullets, one for each point I want to make. This part is easy. All I need to do is transfer each bullet point from the introductory outline into a new box in the body outline. I need to make sure that I do this in the same order, so my first bullet will go into this box, my next bullet will go into the second box, and my last bullet will go into the third box. These new boxes will be the topic sentences of the paragraphs in the body of my essay. 72Add supporting details from your notes as bullets under the boxes.The Attack on Fort Sumter was caused by a mistake. Body outlineSoldier mistakes caused the Riot in Baltimore.Soldiers started the Battle at Balls Bluff by accident. 123Attack on Fort SumterBattle at Balls BluffRiot in BaltimoreNorthern fort on Southern land.Only 82 soldiers protected the fort.North was attacked while passing through Baltimore.How did mistakes cause some battles of the Civil War to begin?Union ignored orders, entered S. land.Thought trees were enemy tents.Stayed and were discovered by S.N. soldiers died in many different ways.Information WebCore LessonNext, Add supporting details from your notes as bullets under the boxes. For this step, I need to refer back to my notes for more information. In my case, my notes are in the form of an information web. I need to make sure that I add the small details that are bullets on my information web as the bullets under my boxes on the body outline. So for this first set of boxes and bullets, my first body paragraph, I will add these supporting details as bullets; for my second body paragraph outline, I will add these details about the Riot in Baltimore, and for my third body paragraph about the Battle at Balls Bluff, I will add this set of supporting details as bullets. 82Add supporting details from your notes as bullets under the boxes.Attack on Fort SumterBattle at Balls BluffRiot in BaltimoreNorthern fort on Southern land.Only 82 soldiers protected the fort.North was attacked while passing through Baltimore.How did mistakes cause some battles of the Civil War to begin?Union ignored orders, entered S. land.Thought trees were enemy tents.Stayed and were discovered by S.N. soldiers died in many different ways.The Attack on Fort Sumter was caused by a mistake. Body outline1Information WebNorthern fort on Southern land.Only 82 soldiers protected the fort.Core LessonSo for my first paragraph in my body outline, which corresponds to these details, Ill just add both pieces of information to my bullet points (read info aloud as it appears under the box).92Add supporting details from your notes as bullets under the boxes.Attack on Fort SumterBattle at Balls BluffRiot in BaltimoreNorthern fort on Southern land.Only 82 soldiers protected the fort.North was attacked while passing through Baltimore.How did mistakes cause some battles of the Civil War to begin?Union ignored orders, entered S. land.Thought trees were enemy tents.Stayed and were discovered by S.N. soldiers died in many different ways.Soldier mistakes caused the riot in Baltimore.

Body outline2Information WebNorth was attacked while passing through Baltimore.Core LessonFor my second paragraph of the body outline, Ill just add this one detail that I have, like so10The Attack on Fort Sumter was caused by a mistake.Northern fort on Southern land.Only 82 soldiers protected the fort.

North was attacked while passing through Baltimore.Union ignored orders, entered S. land.Thought trees were enemy tents.Stayed and were discovered by S.N. soldiers died in many different ways.Body outlineSoldier mistakes caused the Riot in Baltimore.Soldiers started the Battle at Balls Bluff by accident. Core LessonThere! Ive added all of my supporting details and evidence as bullet points under each box of my body outline, and the final body outline looks like this. Heres my first paragraph outline, heres my second, and heres my third. 112Add supporting details from your notes as bullets under the boxes.Attack on Fort SumterBattle at Balls BluffRiot in BaltimoreNorthern fort on Southern land.Only 82 soldiers protected the fort.North was attacked while passing through Baltimore.How did mistakes cause some battles of the Civil War to begin?Union ignored orders, entered S. land.Thought trees were enemy tents.Stayed and were discovered by S.N. soldiers died in many different ways.Body outlineInformation WebSoldiers started the Battle at Balls Bluff by accident.

3Union ignored orders, entered S. Land.Thought trees were enemy tents. Stayed and were discovered by S.N. Soldiers died in many different ways.Core LessonAnd for my third body paragraph outline, Im going to add these four details. 123Count the bullets to see where you need to go back and look for information.The Attack on Fort Sumter was caused by a mistake.Northern fort on Southern land.Only 82 soldiers protected the fort.

North was attacked while passing through Baltimore.Union ignored orders, entered S. land.Thought trees were enemy tents.Stayed and were discovered by S.N. soldiers died in many different ways.Soldier mistakes caused the Riot in Baltimore.Soldiers started the Battle at Balls Bluff by accident. Do I have enough information?Core LessonThe last step is to Count the bullets to see where you need to go back and look for information. Ideally I want more than one bullet under each box to have enough information for that body paragraph. So lets see, looking at this first body paragraph outline, Do I have enough information? I have two bullets, which is more than one, so yes, it looks like I have enough information here. Ok, lets take a look at the second body paragraph outline. Hmmm it looks like I only have one bullet under this box. That is not enough. Im going to have to go back to the texts I read and see if I can add some more details to this paragraph. And the last paragraph outline has four bullets, so thats plenty of information. I really just need to go back to my texts and find some more information on how Soldier mistakes caused the Riot in Baltimore. 13Make each bullet of your introduction a box in the body organizer.12Add supporting details from your notes as bullets under the boxes.3Count the bullets to see where you need to go back and look for information.Core LessonTo Review, first, Make each bullet of your introduction a box in the body organizer. Next, Add supporting details from your notes as bullets under the boxes, and last, Count the bullets to see where you need to go back and look for information.14In this lesson you have learned how to organize the body of your essay by using boxes and bullets. In this lesson you have learned how to organize the body of your essay by using boxes and bullets. 15Use the introductory outline below to outline the body of the essay using the boxes and bullets on the next slide.The lifecycle of mosquitos consists of four stages.Eggs are the first stage of the mosquito life cycle.Second, mosquitos go through the larva stage.The next stage of the life cycle is the pupa stage.The last stage of the cycle is the adult stage.

Guided PracticeLearnZillion Notes:--The Guided Practice should include 1 practice problem that targets the skill that was used in the Core Lesson. Use the same vocabulary and process you used in the original lesson to solve this problem. Youll be making a video in which you solve this question using your tablet and pen, so all you need to do is write the question on this slide.16 Guided PracticeReview a body outline you have created.Count the bullets to see where you need to add more information.Go back to your texts and find additional information.Add the information to your outline.Guided PracticeIf you were to review a partners body outline, how could you tell if your partner was ready to begin drafting?What details would you look for that would show that your partner was ready?

What warning signs would tell you that your partner wasnt ready?Extension ActivitiesExtension ActivitiesLearnZillion Notes:--On the Extension Activities slide(s) you should describe 2-3 activities written with students as the audience (not teachers). Each extension activity should push the students a bit further with the lesson but in a different application or context. Each activity should be designed to take roughly 20-40 minutes. Teachers will likely display the slide in class and then assign an activity to a student or group for additional practice and differentiation. Ideally, these Extension Activities will be created such that a teacher can differentiate instruction by giving more difficult extension activities to students who have shown mastery of the lesson, and less difficult activities to students who are not yet proficient.--If you need more than one slide to list your extension activities, feel free to copy and paste this slide!19Work Backwards!Look at a completed student essay. Try to create the boxes and bullets outline that the writer used by searching for the main ideas and details in each paragraph.Extension ActivitiesExtension ActivitiesLearnZillion Notes:--On the Extension Activities slide(s) you should describe 2-3 activities written with students as the audience (not teachers). Each extension activity should push the students a bit further with the lesson but in a different application or context. Each activity should be designed to take roughly 20-40 minutes. Teachers will likely display the slide in class and then assign an activity to a student or group for additional practice and differentiation. Ideally, these Extension Activities will be created such that a teacher can differentiate instruction by giving more difficult extension activities to students who have shown mastery of the lesson, and less difficult activities to students who are not yet proficient.--If you need more than one slide to list your extension activities, feel free to copy and paste this slide!20Use one of your introductory outlines and your research notes to outline the body of the essay using boxes and bullets.Lets ReviewQuick QuizLearnZillion Notes:--Quick Quiz is an easy way to check for student understanding at the end of a lesson. On this slide, youll include a way for teachers to quickly and authentically assess student understanding. Thats it! You wont be recording a video of this slide and when teachers download the slides, theyll direct their students through the example on their own so you dont need to show an answer to the question.21Lesson Slides Rubric

Use this rubric to ensure your lesson plan is great!LearnZillion Notes:--You can delete this page and everything below it once youre finished with your presentation!22Writing Lesson RubricCriteria for SuccessThings to avoidStoryline or Arc of the LessonThere is a clear arc to the lesson. One slide leads naturally to the next so that there is a flow and a building of meaningAll the components of the lesson are there but they seem disconnected, as if the author wrote each without thinking about how they fit into the whole. Hook SlideThe teacher poses a simple question that illicits the response, yeah, I do wonder how that works The question is shortA relevant example is included when it is short and fur...

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