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Department
English
Course
ENG1100
Professor
Thomas Steffler
Semester
Fall

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Reading Chapter 1.1­1.3 Subject: what you are writing about Topic: Specific aspect of the subject that you focus on Purpose: What you are trying to accomplish Thesis: • appealing to audience • specific in claims • able to be supported (testimonies, statistics, examples) • clear in its position Formal Outline: • Thesis, three arguments and specific examples, statistics or reasons for each • Each outline should have more than one entry • Entries are grammatically parallel • Remain flexible (changes or adjustments are acceptable) Drafting an Intro: • Engage reader, capture interest (anecdote, humor, analogy, rhetorical question,  background information, shocking fact) • Describe the topic, your point of view, main points to be covered Drafting the Body • Develop paragraphs with detail and evidence to support thesis • Re­work the flow and transition of paragraphs • Topic sentence (main
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