Our task on October 10-11 is an action plan for an investigation. Watch this video to get an idea of what you need to do, and how the task will be assessed.   Details are available on Managebac.

Here’s a video lesson talking about the content and organization of the sample introduction in 2.2.1: Criteria addressed are Criterion A Content and Criterion B Organization.

Sample introduction paragraph Imagine you and your family live in Bangkok during the Great Flood of 2011. The waters are rising, breaching dykes and overflowing from the waterways of your city. Soon, the media says, the water will submerge the first floor of your house. What would you do? Would you escape out of the […]

This video lesson is about brainstorming and writing your body paragraphs. The video is about brainstorming. It’s important to brainstorm your ideas before you begin to write because that way, you will never be stuck while writing. You will already have a map of how to go about writing the paragraphs through your mindmap or […]

It’s important to link the thesis statement and topic sentences of your five-paragraph essay. Linking or connecting these ideas helps you to improve the organization of your essay. Later on, you will see that the combination of the thesis and topic sentences will be used to begin your essay, and to end it as well. […]

Here is the video explaining how thesis statement and topic sentences in a five-paragraph essay are linked together. When you watch the video, take note of how the thesis statements and topic sentence connect to each other. Your thesis statement must be supported by your topic sentences to make the organization of your essay work. […]

Here is the video lesson on how a 500-word essay is organized. The 5-paragraph essay has five paragraphs, so we will be calling it “Five Paragraph Essay” OR “500-word essay” and those names mean the same thing.