Essays, like sandwiches or burgers, are divided into different parts. These parts are the:
The introduction opens the essay. It is a short paragraph – usually about THREE sentences. In an argument essay, it usually describes or summarizes both sides of the present situation and says what you are going to do in your essay. Read more about Introductions here.
The Body is the main part of the essay. In an argument essay, it is divided into two or three paragraphs, giving your opinion and reasons.
Each paragraph in the body is between FIVE and SEVEN sentences long. Read more about the Body of the essay here.
The Conclusion is the end of the essay. It is a short paragraph – about THREE sentences. It often has the same idea as the Introduction, only in different words.
Some people think of the essay as a sandwich. The Introduction and Conclusion are the bread, and the Body is the filling in the center. If the introduction looks good, people will carry on to the body. Hopefully, the conclusion will leave them with a nice taste in their mouth…
TED talk on the subject for more information.
Guidelines for Oral Presentations
(2 or 3 students per group, 5 minutes per person)
Food festivals and traditions
Describe a celebration related to food and explain its importance.
• What do they do?
• When, where, who, why, how, for how long?
• Include photos and quotes
There should be at least 5 slides (diapositivas) per person!
• Include your sources (references)
• Include photos
• If you include video it must be short (1 minute or less)
• Very Important: USE YOUR OWN WORDS
don’t just cut and paste!
Pay attention to your English grammar and spelling.
Your presentation will be evaluated like this:
Write a cover letter for this job. Try to present yourself as the best candidate, taking into account the type of person they’re looking for, the job requirements, and the personality of the company. Write in the appropriate style and tone. Try to sound like a real person, not a suit-wearing robot!
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