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Welcome back everyone.

Moving along today with the writing process we’ve talked already about pre-writing and outlining how

to form just a basic thesis statement.

And today we’re going to go ahead and move on to our third step in the writing process.

So again we have pre-writing out lining.

Today we’re talking about drafting.

When we talk about drafting it simply means that the writing the first draft of any assignment or any

paper when you put all those ideas into paragraph form.

So our main goal of today is to simply walk us through the basic parts of any paper.

OK.

So the parts of a paper are the introduction the body and the conclusion.

So the first part of drafting is to turn back to your outline that you’ve already produced with your

original thesis statement and then to revise that outline into the basic parts of the paper.

So we have the introduction here we’ll talk about the arguments for ensuring that all students reach

a certain standard level provides every student with the same opportunity.

It’s easy to monitor and then we end with our thesis no to a national curriculum and then that’s filling

our body.

So we have types of students hands on disinterested wanting to excel.

What gets taught.

Focus on math and science determined by the majority and then the conclusion.

So if you look at this revised outline what we have now is a list of every paragraph we’re going to

write for the short paper.

So the introduction that’s all going to be one maybe two paragraphs right depending on the size of your

paper.

You can have longer or shorter introductions.

But let’s assume for this assignment that’s going to be one maybe two paragraphs that concludes with

your thesis of course by this time you will have revised and refined your thesis.

Then we look at our body and we have two main headings and three subheadings right.

So let’s imagine that those are each paragraphs.

So an introductory type paragraph of the types of students a paragraph with hands on students giving

examples of that a paragraph with disinterested students again examples of that a paragraph of wanting

to excel students who want to excel.

Again providing examples and discussion of that and then we get on to our next main point.

Our main argument against the national curriculum being what gets taught.

So another paragraph of what gets taught and then to subparagraph so say one on focus on math and science

and one on determined by the majority and then we move on to the conclusion that I’m going to talk in

length about how to form a good introduction how to form a nice thesis statement how to develop solid

coherent body paragraphs and also how to construct a conclusion you can look through the lectures and

see that’s in our next section.

But for now I simply want us to recognize how to organize our ideas and to begin writing.

So drafting is writing.

And my suggestion is before you start to write to revise that outline to the exact organization into

the parts of the paper and then you can always look back to that as you actually write out your ideas

your analysis your examples your discussion into a paragraph form.

But again next section is all about the actual parts of the paper and how to develop those parts successfully.

So that’s it today for drafting.

We’ll see you again soon.

And our discussion of revising.

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