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Transcript

ANALYZE THE SUBJECT

BRAINSTORM

ORGANIZE IDEAS

WRITE YOUR INTRODUCTION AND YOUR CONCLUSION

COPY YOUR INTRODUCTION, WRITE THE BODY OF YOUR ESSAY AND COPY YOUR CONCLUSION

PROOFREAD YOUR ESSAY

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HOW TO WRITE AN ESSAY

Now let's play kahoot and check your writing skills!

spot the keys words


Write down all the ideas that come to mind


Divide your ideas into two opposing parts + in each part, order your ideas into a logical order detailed plan


In your introduction: introduce the subject + ask the question

In your conclusion: answer the question

Think of the type of silly errors you tend to make. For example, check that:

- you haven't forgotten the "s" in the simple present 3rd person singular

- you haven't put any "s" to the adjectives

- you have used the appropriate pronoun for non-humans: "which" and not "who", "it" and not "he" or "she"

- you haven't used two modals in succession,...

Think of examples to illustrate ideas.

Use speech markers to connect ideas:

- Ordering ideas: First, Secondly, Lastly

- Adding new ideas: Moreover, In addition, Besides, Furthermore

- Developping an idea: Indeed

- Introducing opposing ideas: However, Yet, Nevertheless, On the other hand

- Concluding: In conclusion, To conclude, All things considered, All in all

- Giving your opinion: In my opinion, As far as I'm concerned, From my point of view