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This is a powerpoint used to explain essay writing to lower level secondary school students.
It looks at introduction, body paragraphs using PEEL and the conclusion!

This is a powerpoint used to explain essay writing to lower level secondary school students.
It looks at introduction, body paragraphs using PEEL and the conclusion!

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Peel essay writing

  1. 1. How to write an essay using the PEEL method!!!
  2. 2. PEEL STANDS FOR? POINT, EXPLANATION, EVIDNECE, LINK!
  3. 3. BUT FIRST…YOU INTRODUCTION!  What do we need in our introduction when writing an essay?  First impressions are the most important!  The purpose of an introduction is to introduce the material you are going to discuss.  You definitely want to draw in your reader, establish your topic and communicate clearly what the purpose of the subject is you are developing.
  4. 4. NOW YOUR PARAGRAPHS: How many paragraphs do we need for our essay? P= POINT: E=EXPLANATION E=EXAMPLE/EVIDENCE L=LINK
  5. 5. The art of PEELING!!! P E E L Point Evidence Explanation Link Make a clear and relevant point. Back it up!: Support your point with examples or evidence from the text. Use quotes or events from the text. Explain your point and how the evidence or examples supports your point. Link this point to the following point in the next paragraph, as well as the essay question. PEEL is a strategy you can use to help not only outline your essay paragraphs but give your reader an easy way to follow your essay.
  6. 6. CONCLUSION  What do we want to include in our conclusion?  What makes a conclusion good and effective!?
  7. 7. Remember, a good essay is ALWAYS:  Focused: The essay gets straight to the point and utilizes clear arguments. The writing doesn't deviate from the given topic.  Organized: The most successful writers don't make up the essay as they go along. They consider the structure and the order in which they will present their points before they start to write.  Supported: Good essays include points that can be supported by facts or by statements within the text that is being analyzed.  Clear and Articulate: Good essays use proper grammar, spelling and punctuation.

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