FSA SYN Essay= School Start Time - Varela APAH

FSA SYN ESSAY= SCHOOL START TIME Write an essay in which you support or oppose a later school start time. Use the information presented in the passages to support your points. Make sure to include information from all the passages in your essay. Manage your time carefully so that you can read the passages; plan your essay; write your essay; and revise and edit your essay. Be sure to include a claim; address counterclaims; use evidence from multiple sources; and

avoid overly relying on one source. Your written response should be in the form of a multi-paragraph essay. Remember to spend time reading, planning, writing, revising, and editing. Argument Essay Outline 1) INTRODUCTION Grabber/Hook Define subject Position Statement/Thesis 2) Supporting P. #1 Claim E E = E +Verb + Student Idea E Insight

Significant , Relevant, Important 3) Supporting P. #2 Claim ( Transitional Devi E E (TD) E Insight 4) CONCLUSION ATO=Although Statemen Restate Position Call to action Closer/Ender 1)POSITION

2)ATO 3)SIMILE =Its Like. 1) Document (1) 3) Document (3) A)Supporting Evidence B) Supporting Evidence C) Ideas Generated from Document ( Important, Significant, Relevant) 2) Document (2) 4)Document (4)

COLLECT EVIDENCE TO SUPPORT OR OPPOSE A LATER SCHOOL START TIME FOLD PAPER IN HALF 1) Introduction 3) S.P. #2 2) S.P. #1 4)Conclusion INTRODUCTION 1) Hook or grabber=Illustrate your Subject SIMILE/QUESTION & ANSWER/

IMAGERY-DETAILED DESCRIPTION/PERSONAL EXPERIENCE STATEMENT/QUOTE & MEANING ATO 2) DESCRIPTIVE Definition SENTENCE=Layered Adjectives 3)POSITION STATEMENT/ THESIS Take a strong position on the subject & explain your reasoning Stem + Answer or Because Statement

LIKE ..BECAUSE *LIKE.., A LATER/EARLIER START TIME IS USE DESCRIPTIVE IMAGES, SIMILES & METAPHORS TO JAZZ UP YOUR WRITING ATO ADDRESS THE OPPOSITION Although (con), (your position).. (Statement describing the opposition, Whereas/ on the other hand/ however. CONCLUSION

Ato= Although ., ( your position) Restate Position Call to Action=Tell the audience what to think End with a CLOSER Simile or Quote or Movie/Novel Allusion OR End with a FRAME Refer back to your GRABBER 1ST SUPPORTING PARAGRAPH= ADD

ADJECTIVES & DESCRIPTIVE WORDS Textual Evidence from Sources Textual evidence+ SIGNAL VERBS+ Student ideas + Citations * Use signal phrases to connect textual ideas with student ideas Evidences Showcases Argues Suggests, Illustrates Asserts

Citations= Make sure they create Flow in the Sentence Internal= *According to, *Similarly , *Expert agrees that . External= ( Title or Document #) Place at end of Sentence LAST SENTENCE=SIGNIFICANT, IMPORTANT , RELEVAN 2ND SUPPORTING PARAGRAPH=EFFECTS INCLUDE A TRANSITIONAL DEVICE

EQUALLY IMPORTANT, MOREOVER, CONSEQUENTLY, SUBSEQUENTLY, SINCE, Textual Evidence from Sources Textual evidence+ SIGNAL VERBS+ Student ideas + Citations * Use signal phrases to connect textual ideas with student ideas Evidences Showcases Argues Suggests, Illustrates Asserts

Citations= Make sure they create Flow in the Sentence Internal= *According to, *Similarly , *Expert agrees that . External= ( Title or Document #) LAST SENTENCE=SIGNIFICANT, IMPORTANT , RELEVANT

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