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Students will review:
In this chapter, you'll learn answers to questions including:
- How do I respond to essay prompts?
- What are the steps involved in forming a thesis statement?
- How do I write a strong personal essay?
- What's the best way to refute opposing views in essays?
- How can I edit and improve essay content in my own and my peer's work?
- How do I the determine the best audience for my essay?
- What are logical fallacies?
1. How to Focus Your Essay and Respond to the Essay Prompt
In this video, learn how to ensure that your writing responds directly to your assignment. Then find out how to spot where you may have strayed from the paper's point and how to get back on track.
2. What is a Thesis Statement?
Before we can talk about how to write a great thesis statement, you need to be able to identify a great thesis when you see one. Contrary to what you may have been taught, a thesis is so much more than just the last sentence of the opening paragraph of an essay.
3. How to Write a Thesis Statement
Find yourself confounded by thesis statements? Writing an excellent thesis statement doesn't require magic or luck, but it does require a few key elements we'll lay out for you in the lesson that follows.
4. How to Write a Strong Personal Essay
At some point, you may be required to write a personal essay. Watch this video to learn how to turn your personal experiences into an effective essay.
5. How to Determine the Best Audience or Readers for an Essay
Who should be reading this? Not every essay can be enjoyed by everyone equally. How do you know who is the best target for an essay? This lesson will help you figure that out.
6. Audience Opposition: Anticipating and Refuting Opposing Views in Your Essays
In addition to planning the major argumentative points you'll make when writing a persuasive paper, you should also think about potential opposing views. This video gives you tips for determining how to effectively anticipate and refute opposing views as you write your argument.
7. How to Edit and Improve Essay Content
Going back through an essay that you've written in order to make substantive content improvements can be a daunting task. Fortunately, there are some basic principles that you can apply to whip your essay into shape.
8. Peer Editing: How to Edit Essays By Other Writers
Alfred Sheinwold once said, 'Learn all you can from the mistakes of others.' A great way to improve your own writing is by editing the writing of others - especially when you have to find the not so obvious mistakes. That is what we will be learning in this lesson - how to edit the work of other writers. The biggest benefit will be in helping you avoid those same mistakes in your own writing.
9. What are Logical Fallacies? - Define, Identify and Avoid Them
Logical fallacies are flaws in reasoning that can throw your argument off track and confuse your reader. This video explains how to identify a few common logical fallacies and how to steer clear of them.
10. What is a Simple Subject? - Definition & Examples
A simple subject is the most basic unit of sentence construction. It is the focus of the sentence. In this lesson, we will look at the definition of a simple subject and better understand its role in sentence construction.
11. Freewriting: Definition & Examples
Learn about freewriting and how it's useful for different types of writing. Find out how freewriting can build your creativity and skills, then take a quiz to test your knowledge.
12. What is Context? - Definition & Application
In writing, context is the information surrounding the information. Without context, information can be misinterpreted; with context, information can be understood.
13. Note-Taking Techniques & Strategies
Note-taking is an extremely valuable but often underutilized skill, particularly in the modern classroom. In this lesson, teachers will learn note-taking strategies and techniques for use with a variety of students.
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- Drama for 10th Grade: Help and Review
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- Elements of 10th Grade Grammar: Help and Review
- 10th Grade Grammar Usage: Help and Review
- Punctuation in 10th Grade Writing: Help and Review
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