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Comparison Essay Question Practice, Part II

Lecture Slides are screen-captured images of important points in the lecture. Students can download and print out these lecture slide images to do practice problems as well as take notes while watching the lecture.

  • Intro 0:00
  • Materials Needed 0:18
  • What Is The Task At Hand 0:55
    • Similarities And Differences
    • How They Used Religion To Rule
  • The Rubric For The Essay 1:27
    • Thesis One Point
    • Address All Parts
    • Use Evidence
    • Make One Direct, Relevant Comparison
  • Use A Graphic Organizer 3:08
    • Venn Diagram
  • Possible Body Organization 3:40
    • Similarities
    • Differences
  • Essay Structure 4:14
    • Paragraph One Contains Thesis
    • Each Paragraph Begins With Topic Sentence
    • Conclusion
  • Remember What It Is About 5:27
    • Using Religion To Rule
  • First Paragraph 5:55
    • Good To Have Roadmap
  • Second Paragraph- Topic Sentence 6:18
    • Do Not Start With Fact
  • Second Paragraph- Evidence 7:17
  • Third Paragraph- Topic Sentence 10:56
  • Third Paragraph- Evidence 11:16
  • Fourth Paragraph- Topic Sentence 13:39
  • Fourth Paragraph- Evidence 13:56
  • Fourth Paragraph- Analysis 15:33
  • Fifth Paragraph 16:37
  • Concluding Paragraph 18:05
  • Restate The Thesis 18:14
  • Conclusion 18:05
    • Restate The Thesis
    • Attach General Meaning
  • How To Get The Most Points On Your Essay 21:46
    • Parse The Prompt
    • Plan
    • Practice