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Monday, August 4, 2008


graphic organizer

The following is a list of posts that relate to the organization of your writing.  In this case, I use “organization” to encompass anything content-related.  Topic sentences, specific paragraphs (e.g., the introduction and conclusion), and types of evidence are all examples of choices made in the overall organization of your writing.

These blog posts are organized in order from most recent to least recent.

Practice Finding and Supporting Topic Sentences
Topic Sentences: An Introduction
How to Write a Thesis Statement
How to Find Main Points for Your Essay
How to Create a Formal Outline
Outlines: How They Help You Write Your Paper
7 Techniques That Make Writing Introductions a Piece of Cake
Literacy Essay
The 4 Types of Evidence
The Power of an Analogy
Organizing Your Thoughts: Mind Mapping
Types of Titles
Primary vs. Secondary Sources
The Importance of Topic Sentences
Clichè's: A List
Why Clichès Should Be Avoided

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