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Writing Skills: Presentational Writing 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
  • Writing the Essay 0:24
    • Organization, Cohesion, and Logical progress
    • Your Point of View
  • Introduction 3:04
    • Presentation & Explanation
    • Contrasting Points of View
    • State Your Opinion
    • Motivate the Reader
  • Body/Paragraphs 5:50
    • Build Theme around Your Point of View
    • Starting Sentence that Supports the Theme
    • Info as Evidence
    • Close with Remarks of the Evidence
  • Conclusion 10:01
    • Point of View
    • Call for Action
    • Complex Structures & Grammar Knowledge
    • Do NOT Introduce New Ideas
  • Useful Vocabulary 16:08
    • Expressions & Vocabulary
    • Useful Vocabulary to Introduce Ideas or Topic
    • Useful Vocabulary for Defining Concepts
    • Useful Vocabulary for Ideas That are Connected
    • Useful Vocabulary for Ideas That are Not Related
    • Useful Vocabulary for Logic or Reasoning
    • Useful Vocabulary to Make the Conclusion