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What is a hook?
Something you fish with
A statement that grabs the reader's attention and lets them know the direction you are headed in.
The third sentence in your introduction paragraph
A statement or argument that shows the subject and your opinion.
A quote sandwich is?
quote + transition+ citation
Claim w/transition + quote + explanation
Explain + quote + Claim
Citation + quote + explain
A bookend is?
Signal phrase + citation + quote
Quote + citation + signal phrase
Claim + Signal phrase + citation
Signal phrase + quote + citation
The point of a quote sandwich is?
Add more words to your paper
Fit borrowed information neatly into your paper
Stop talking about sandwiches Mr. R, I am hungry!!
The point of Bookends ...
Stop books from falling over on your shelves
fit your quotes into your paper
They are an extra step, causing one to "do too much"
Which citation is correct.
According to Dr. X, "cats > dogs" (Dr. X, 10).
Dr X says "cats > dogs." (Dr. X, 10)
Dr. X says "cats > dogs"
(Dr. X, 10) "cats>dogs".
What is the first step of the research process and part 2 of the Common Core Exam?
write your essay
identify the question that you can answer with "sources."
cry, curse Mr. R, and make a voodoo doll of him!
Step 2 of research and Part 2 of your exam is?
write an essay
Highlight tons of stuff and/or paste it to a document
Copy Mr. R's models from the board
record answers you find to the question, keeping track of author, text type, dates etc.
Step 3 of the research process is
write the essay
finding relevant information, recording it, and considering how it will answer the question
tears, a lot of tears
Step 4 of the research process/part2 exam?
Form arguable claims, using the sources and info that you found
write an outline
Where does background information go in your essay /paper?
last sentence of the first paragraph
After your hook in your introduction
A thesis statement is?
a central argument
a supporting argument
Where does a thesis generally appear in an essay?
first sentence of your intro
Second sentence of your intro
after the hook
the last sentence of your intro
You body paragraphs are made up of?
all of the above, placed in a proper order
If you can't find a author/publisher/date on a potential source, you should consider the source to be?
it don't matter
What must be done when you paraphrase, directly quote or summarize a source in your essay/paper?
signal phrase, in-text citation, and cite it in your "work cited"
put it in your work cited
give a signal phrase