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What is the 20th step in the 22-step structure?29
Restatement of thesis
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What is the 20th step in the 22-step structure?
Restatement of thesis
What are the 4 of 6 Ws are looked for in a Thesis statement?
How, Why, What, When
Who, What, Why, When
Who, What, When, Where
Who, What, When, How30s
Which does Ethos appeal to?
Ethics and Authority
Logic and ethics
What is the main purpose of the essay map?
To outline what will be discussed in the essay and what order it will be in.
To appeal to MAPTAUR, the ancient dinosaur of all maps.
To complete the 22-step structure
To outline the order of the discussed points ONLY30s
What information is missing from this Harvard reference? "Chung, C. and Mason, M., 2012. Why do primary school students drop out in poor, rural China? A portrait sketched in a remote mountain village. 32(4), pp.537-545."
The book it was published in
The Journal it was published in
The year it was published
The Authors dates of birth30s
When referring to a book or journal, if you are only referring to a chapter or small section, you do not need to put the page numbers at the end of the reference.falsetrueTrue or False30s
What is the first paragraph type in a standard essay?
A small man named Helgan always leads the paragraphs.
When referencing an article in a journal, which do you italicise?
The author name
The article name
The journal name30s
In regards to positionality, which of these is most likely to be the main factor to consider for a middle-aged, urban-born Chinese Male, from a middle-class income regarding the topic of poverty in rural Chinese areas?
Positive- He can be more objective due to him not having any pre-established connections to the community. Negative - They lack a connection or deeper insight into the community.
Positive - He is Chinese and therefore can connect with other Chinese easily. Negative - He is middle-aged and cannot never understand modern problems objectively.
Positive- He is rich and, therefore, can fix the problems. Negative - He is Urban born and cannot connect to the poorer rural community
Positive - He is connected to the community and has a deeper insight into poverty. Negative - He only has a male perspective of poverty.30s
Why may a Narrow-Wide focus change be more effective in a short essay?
You may use a specific example to highlight a key challenge or issue that applies to a larger context. This is more effective in a shorter essay, given the typically broader nature of short essays, as they do not allow for in-depth analysis.
Short essays are generally broad, so you want to get to the essay as quickly as possible.
Personal stories are always a good idea, so you should start with a narrow personal story and then you must transition to broader scope as you started narrow.
You may use a general example to highlight a key challenge or issue in a specific context. This is more effective in a shorter essay, given the typically narrower nature of short essays, as they allow for in-depth analysis.30s
Select 2 OTHER lead in techniques (Personal story)
Fact and Opinion
Quote and Pikachu
Quote and Background information
Contrast and Old saying30s
Which of these writing styles should be used in academic writing?
Why should you be careful in how you present your evidence?
Evidence is always simple, so I need to showcase it
Evidence presentation changes how its viewed; I can present/manipulate the evidence to support my points over others.
Evidence provides support for my points, but not all evidence supports my points, so I should change evidence so ALL evidence supports my points.
Readers may not be fully aware of the context and cannot connect evidence to points themselves.30s
How does PEP structure work?
You tell your reader the point in point 1, support it with evidence in E2 and then expand with the restate in point 3
You outline your main point in point 1, support it with evidence in E2 and then expand with the new evidence in point 3
You outline your main point in point 1, complete the structure with evidence in E2 and then restate the point in point 3
You explain in depth in point 1, complete the structure with evidence in E2 and then expand with the new evidence in point 330s
The topic line's purpose is to briefly introduce the topic of the body paragraph.truefalseTrue or False30s
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