Introductions/Conclusions

 

 

 

 

 

 

Format:

 

Name and date:

 

Topic:

 

Specific Purpose:

 

Central Idea:

 

Main Ideas:

 

I.               (full sentence)

II.             (full sentence)

III.           (full sentence)

 

1.              Introduction: (attention-getter)

2.              Introduction: (atttention-getter)
(same) topic, credibility, preview)

  Summary is the same.

  1. Conclusion (strong statement)  

  2. (as above)

100 pts. You will work in groups of 2 to exchange papers and make suggestions. Choose which introduction and conclusion is the best. You will read aloud your choices.

 

Group B: Monday, 23 Feb. Group A: Wednesday, 25 Feb.

 

10am Group B: Briann, Jeff, Sam, John, James Q., Whitney, Kristen, Don, Nikole, Daniel, Erica

Group A: Savannnah, Jessica, Jacob, Kenneth, Caroline, Olivia, Jimmy G., Clark, Shannon, Kevin

 

11am: Group B: Shana, Jessica, Hope, Rebecca, Dristen, Laurie, Page, Eric, Nico, Stacey, Grace

Group A: Sydney, Val, Whitley, Zach, Matt, Taylor, Amber, Toni, Peter, Morgan

1pm: Group B: Chris, Mary Margaret, Leslie, Melisssa, Elizabeth, Ryan, Anna, Kelly, Susanna, Laura

Group A: Michele, Austin, Sky, Shelly B. Angel, Katherine, Laci, Roxxy, Jordan, Daina