Hamburger Helper Essay Presentation

Hamburger Helper Essay Presentation

Hamburger Helper Essay Presentation The Meat Grinder! Hamburger Method Appetizing Introduction Tasty points of argument Conclusion, holding the burger together

The Hamburger Method in ActionThrough the Meat Grinder Introduction: 1) A broad topic statement that is creative- do not simply restate the question!! 3 Paragraph Body: Introduction and Thesis 2) Thesis statement: The

position you want to PROVE (your unique view or opinion based on facts) 3) The Organization Statement- 3 points you want to prove that make up the ESSAY BODY Conclusion: 1. Restate your thesis 2. Recap your points 3. Analysis/ Closure

Conclusion Each paragraph should contain: Topic sentence Evidence to prove topic Analysis of fact and transition to the next body paragraph Introduction The Key to a Great History Essay!

Your introduction should state what you will show readers in your essay. To do this effectively, you should have a Thesis Statement that directly answers the prompt. Your Thesis Statement can be a sentence or several sentences. Your thesis statement should NOT merely restate the question, but reflect your unique understanding of the topic at hand. What is a Thesis Statement?

A Thesis Statement: tells the reader how you will interpret the significance of the subject matter under discussion is a road map for the paper. In other words, it tells the reader what to expect from your essay. directly answers the question or subject, not the subject itself. makes a claim that others might dispute is usually a single sentence somewhere in your first paragraph that presents your argument to the reader. The rest of your paper, the body of your essay, gathers and organizes evidence

that will persuade the reader of the logic of your interpretation. Body Paragraphs Here is where you offer historical evidence (specific factual information that you found in your class sources) that supports your thesis statement. Each new paragraph should have a topic sentence which supports your Thesis Statement. The sentences in the paragraph

should support the paragraphs topic sentence. Conclusion Do NOT Skimp on your Conclusion!! This is where you quickly remind the reader of the points you have made and how they support your Thesis Statement. A good way to remember So, what was the point I was trying to make? Also offer the reader your own unique perspective and concluding statements on the issue only

drawing upon the evidence that you have presented in your essay. Things to Avoid!! Unnecessary flowery language (use concise language and get to the point). Irrelevant facts. They should all directly relate to the points you make. Strong and highly opinionated statements without adequate factual support. Dumping huge amounts of information rather than reasoning

historically. Be sure to analyze. Avoid I statements. Instead say things like Research shows or Scholars believe. Avoid Fluff!

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