Explanation Task in Teams lesson 6

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Daan
Valentijn
Tygo
Jayden
Luit
Arthur
Levi
Carlijn
Amber
Jasmin
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Jelle
Fouad
Wessel
Stefan
Jenny
Luceen
Stijn
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Ece
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This lesson contains 35 slides, with interactive quizzes, text slides and 2 videos.

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Elias
Coen
Daan
Valentijn
Tygo
Jayden
Luit
Arthur
Levi
Carlijn
Amber
Jasmin
Ayda
Jelle
Fouad
Wessel
Stefan
Jenny
Luceen
Stijn
Cas
Ece
Samya
Tuana
Teacher 
Blackboard 

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      Welcome!   Please sit comfortably and start learning with me! 

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Feedback 
ex 17 , 18
the article about Stalking 
This Friday you will do a short reading test again! 

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Questions and answers 
1. paranoia, stress en angst 
2. "And with" 

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Questions and answers 
3. D 
4. B ( They don't seem to be able to see the bigger picture )

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Questions and answers 
5. C 
6. niet wel wel
7. Hij stuurde haar berichten, hij belde haar op. Hij zocht haar op 
8. C (they found evidence, so it makes A a wrong answer)

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Questions and answers 
9. Because(reden) Even (emphasis/surprise) So (conclusion) Still (contrast)-is the right answer

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Questions and answers 
10. Moderne technologie maakt stalking veel gemakkelijker dan vroeger 

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Today's lesson is about writing !

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What do you need?

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What is an essay?

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What is an essay?
What do you think?
A
A recipe
B
A story
C
A piece of writing
D
An interview

Slide 12 - Quiz

An essay is 


The essay is a written piece that is designed to present an idea, propose an argument, express the emotion or initiate debate. It is a tool that is used to present writer's ideas in a non-fictional way. 

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An  Essay  is 
  • Een tekst waarin je een onderwerp behandelt en erover vertelt. Een essay heeft een vaste vorm!

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Hoe ziet een essay eruit?
  • Structure essay
  • Introduction: grasp the attention of the reader, what’s the general topic of your essay?
  • Core: several paragraphs, each paragraph introduces arguments 
  • Conclusion: summarize the main ideas of your essay

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Slide 16 - Video

Start with your Thesis statement
  • A thesis statement is 1 complete sentence that expresses       your position 
  • A thesis statement always takes a stand and justifies furthur discussion 

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Task 1 in Teams 
In Teams under "assignments" you can find task 1, writing "an essay"
We'll talk about it in more details after a while 

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Starting on your Essay
  1. Start brainstorming on your thesis  
  2. Think of arguments (for/against) or examples  and write them down  
  3. Fill in the stucture sheet

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Essay Structure
Introduction 
           
Body  
- paragraph 1 
- paragraph 2 
- paragraph 3 
 
Conclusion

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Order of Writing
1. Body  
   - paragraph 1 
   - paragraph 2 
   - paragraph 3  

2. Conclusion  
 
3. Introduction  

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Why write the introduction last?
A
You cannot write an introduction about something you haven't written yet
B
Write the introduction last will work better. It’s the job of an introduction to set the scene for what will follow.
C
It’s not possible to properly introduce a paper when you don’t really know where the essay's going to go.
D
By the time you finish writing the body of your paper, you can decide what you feel are the most important points of your argument.

Slide 22 - Quiz

1. Writing a paragraph
  1. Start with the topic sentence - this describes what your paragraph is about
  2. Now write supporting sentences -use an example or an anecdote 
  3. Analyse your argument or example   - give a one sentence conclusion  

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2. Writing a conclusion
  1. Make a summary of your arguments - Don’t repeat yourself but use other words 

  2. End your conclusion with one 
    concluding sentence; what is 
    the outcome 

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3. Writing an introduction
  1. Start with a hook; a sentence that catches the readers interest 
  2. Write down your thesis 
  3. Tell your readers what your essay is about

      

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What are strong
arguments for
Healthy Food?

Slide 26 - Mind map

What is an Essay
A
A paragraph in a written piece
B
A piece of writing
C
A sentence that states an idea
D
A recipe for a good cake

Slide 27 - Quiz

What is a Thesis?
A
A sentence that concludes your position
B
A sentence that gives information about the author
C
A sentence that expresses your position
D
A sentence that gives information about an argument

Slide 28 - Quiz

What is a good argument?
A
when it is impressive
B
when it is strong
C
when it is relevant to the conclusion
D
when it is irrelevant to the thesis

Slide 29 - Quiz

Why is Essay writing useful?
A
use the structure for an email
B
use the structure for a presentation
C
use the structure for a book report
D
use the structure for the rest of my life

Slide 30 - Quiz

Do you feel like you get the essay idea?
😒🙁😐🙂😃

Slide 31 - Poll

To the point!

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Thats all folks!

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What did you learn this lesson?

Slide 34 - Mind map

Slide 35 - Video