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Improve your writing skills by creating a draft and deciding what kind of article you want to write
Basic-advanced: article draft
Time for the activity: 80 minutes
This exercise develops your writing skills by improving upon your writing exercises and the feedback that you have received
You are allowed to bring a draft (max 200 words) to the test lesson where you write your article. During the test, you can either use this draft as a pre-written part of your article, or as a collection of thoughts, quotes or phrases. You may use this as you please.
This draft should, however, be based upon one of your two previous writing exercises (retell or compare). The purpose is for you and me to see that you have grown from the feedback that you received.
Decide to either Take notes on
Attention! The draft will be submitted to Unikum the day before the test day at latest.
... was easy and ... was hard... and this is how I solved it ...
Your goal is to write a ~400-800 word Digiexam essay to which you may bring up to 200 words.
Please follow these steps. Today, your checkpoints are:
To begin with, introduce a topic by explaining:
Why it is relevant.
What your thesis question - your prediction - is.
Secondly, analyse your sources by:
Beginning each pararaph of the body by introducing the source.
Quote, paraphrase or summarise parts of the source.
Explain the source’s relationship to the thesis question.
Thirdly, discuss your prediction in relation to the sources.
Restate your prediction and relate it to your sources main points.
Explain why these are important to your thesis.
Download the checklist template on Unikum or click the link below.