Excellent Essays -Conclusions and Introductions - Intro - Online Writing Classes





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Uploaded on Nov 28, 2010

In this session you will learn where the "money" is in the essay - the one place markers look first to establish the grade in their minds, where they go to confirm that opinion and which parts of the essay carry that impression throughout the paper.
Most students spend 80% of their time on the 20% that influences their marks, and often neglect or do not understand the importance of the 20% found in the Conclusion and the Introduction which gives the marker the first "feeling" of what the grade should be.

Bryan Rempel holds a Masters Degree in Education and is a Master Teacher for Dr. J.B. Webster's Blended Structure and Style program of teaching writing, as well as an Accomplished Instructor for the Institute for Excellence in Writing http://www.excellentresources.net .

Mr. Rempel is also the lead teacher for upper level courses offered by Webster's Academy for Excellence in Writing.
In this introductory video series, Mr. Rempel lays out the steps for a course closely following the book he co-authored with Dr. Webster, "How to Write Excellent Essays with Structure and Style in 7 Easy Steps."
"The Seven Easy Steps" are summarized in the acronym "ADVANCE" which are described in detail in the first half of the book.

He and his wife Bev are the co-owners of Webster's Academy for Excellence in Writing and live on beautiful Vancouver Island, Canada.


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