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  1. anonymous
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    Let me tag attachment.

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  2. Jack_Prism
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    ummmmmmmmmmm......i can't open this file, chrome books don't support it

  3. Jack_Prism
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    do you have any other form to put the file in?

  4. anonymous
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    6.07 Effective Introduction Worksheet Complete the following steps and your introduction will be written! Writing Prompt: How have these two authors expressed their relationships with nature? After reading and analyzing "The Calypso Borealis," an essay by John Muir, and William Wordsworth's poem "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud," write an essay in which you describe how each author views nature and answer the question. Support your discussion with evidence from the text. 1. Look back at the list of hook techniques. Which two techniques could you use to introduce your essay effectively?  2. Choose one of those techniques for your HOOK and briefly explain why you chose that technique.  3. Write the HOOK for your essay in the space below. 4. Write a two- to four-sentence BRIDGE to connect your hook and thesis statement. 5. Write your THESIS STATEMENT. Wordsworth and Muir express their deep connection and love with nature using similes and hyperboles to show the reader how much nature had effected their lives. 6. Now, copy and paste the sentences from numbers 3, 4, and 5 (above) into one paragraph in the space below. Congratulations! You have your introduction written!

  5. Jack_Prism
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    So which part of this do you need help on?

  6. anonymous
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    I need help on the hook and the bridge.

  7. Jack_Prism
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    For a hook i would start off with something along the lines of John miur and William........and then something about how they both like nature or not

  8. Jack_Prism
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    And then for the bridge, make kind of like a listing of what the are fond of or not fond of, and that is what you body paragraphs will turn into, and for your thesis make sure that it leads into your 1st main body paragraph

  9. Jack_Prism
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    Does that help? @sugarplum15

  10. anonymous
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    No not really. :/

  11. Jack_Prism
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    ok so what part do you not understand?

  12. anonymous
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    How to make the Hook and the Bridge.

  13. Jack_Prism
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    ok to make the hook you have to think of something interesting like a fact or such that would draw the reader in, and to make the bridge it basically a listing of what you are going to talk about in the following paragraphs

  14. anonymous
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    Can you give me an example??

  15. Jack_Prism
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    So lets say im right a story about peaches kay, Hook: Did you know that peaches are the only fruit sold fresh? Bridge: First they are shipped across the world or locally grown. Second peaches are pestacide free. That is a bases for a bridge and a hook

  16. Jack_Prism
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    did that help @sugarplum15

  17. anonymous
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    Yes thank you! :)

  18. Jack_Prism
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    ok cool, glad i could help you

  19. anonymous
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    @Maddiem Sorry I am asking again but I sent the wrong one, empty, and it didn't save on my laptop, just the computer.

  20. anonymous
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    Okay so you want the answers again?

  21. anonymous
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    Yes please just PM them to me though. :]

  22. anonymous
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    Okay

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