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6.08 Outlining, FLVS

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  1. anonymous
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    @Tootles143 Can you help me fill dis out please??

  2. anonymous
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    what you're doing is forming a "compare and contrast" essay. typically, one would format this type of writing in the following way (but teachers often prefer if you show some originality in your work): first body paragraph: BRIEF summary + analysis of your first piece of literature. second body paragraph: same as the first, with your second piece. third body paragraph: where the comparing and contrasting takes place. your outline is asking you for a hook, bridge, and thesis. a "hook" is typically written to draw the reader in, and make them want to read the essay. the "bridge" is that connective writing that leads the reader from your hook to your thesis. a thesis is a **one sentence** statement that guides the rest of your essay. often times, beginning writers form a three-part thesis ("x causes y because ____, ____, and ____"), but as you progress through the writing world your theses become more concise. i'm sure your lesson tells you what kind of thesis to write. it also wants a 1:1 ratio of "concrete details" from the text and your own analytical "commentary". if you need an example of how any this works, feel free to ask!

  3. anonymous
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    I have no idea what you just said. -_-

  4. anonymous
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    is there a certain part you don't understand?

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    II. Topic Sentence: A. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: B. Explanation: C. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: D. Explanation:   III. Topic Sentence: A. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: B. Explanation: C. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: D. Explanation: IV. Conclusion

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    i feel like it would help you if i wrote an example paragraph, so give me a sec and i'll make one up (it won't be with any actual literature, just an example)

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    I still don't understand.

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    i color-coded the paragraph according to the requirements of the outline -- notice how the blue and orange sentences are presumably facts pulled straight from the story. there is no commentary/analysis in those sentences. the green and purple sentences do have analysis; they "go deeper" than simply pulling facts of the story. they give the reason why her actions are occurring, instead of just stating the action.

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    notice how the topic sentence is practically a one-sentence summary of everything you find in the paragraph.

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    I still have like no clue.

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    have you tried going to your teacher with your concerns? perhaps they can teach it to you in a way that better corresponds with your lesson plan.

  13. anonymous
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    They tell me to go to a resoruce and that doesn't help.

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    they should be actually helping you out, not telling you to go find help somewhere else... but that's a whole other issue. if you try google you're going to find all different outline formats from all different teachers, which makes things more confusing. the best advice i can give you is to just sit on it for a while... maybe re-read what i told you or have a parent/family member help you out in addition. don't stress yourself out too much trying to "decode" what it's asking, it will only become harder.

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    @endlesslight254

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    u killed my brain

  17. anonymous
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    Sorry... This is what I have so far but I need help filling out the rest.

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    @Jack_Prism

  19. Jack_Prism
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    i am trying to find this in google because i cant open that doc

  20. anonymous
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    6.08 Outline Template Complete the following outline in complete sentences. You need at least two body paragraphs and the specified number of examples and explanations. If you would like to have additional paragraphs or examples and explanations, just add them to your template. 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. I. Hook:Two literary works best conveyed nature in their own manner, one called "The Calypso Borealis," an essay written by John Miller called and a poem written by William Wordsworth's called "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud." A. Bridge: Both author created work that captures the beauty of nature, while displaying their compassion and emotion for such beauty. They each capture the essence in their own way, one through a poem while the other through an essay , each using a their own descriptive imagery to cultivate the scenery and amazement of the experience. A. Bridge: William Wordsworth and John Miller not only through the diction , vocabulary, and syntax, but also through the impact of tone, and mood, and while both authors express their relationship in different ways there is still the essence of them impact on the audience. B. Thesis: II. Topic Sentence: Muir A. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: B. Explanation: C. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: D. Explanation:   III. Topic Sentence: A. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: B. Explanation: C. Example, Reason, Detail, or Fact from the text: D. Explanation: IV. Conclusion A. You will write a conclusion in a later lesson and do not need to complete this part now.

  21. Jack_Prism
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    so do you actually need these thing or do you just need the outline explained

  22. anonymous
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    I actually need them

  23. Jack_Prism
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    well ummm....at this part i really can't help you being that i have never read these short stories and if i did it would be about an hour before i could respond to hep you

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    It's cool, I don't mind. I really need help though.

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    @paki

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