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PROCEDURE TO FOLLOW!

: COMPOSITION
1. ANALYZING THE SUBJECT (15 minutes) Analyze each term of the subject: We mus
t consider all the terms of the subject. Particular attention will be given to k
eywords that are defined as precisely as possible. However we must not neglect t
he linking words and expressions characterizing geographically and chronological
ly the subject. This early work can generally define the subject for considerati
on: geographies and time limits. Define the type of subject: - Subject analysi
s: invited him to study in depth a historical phenomenon, to describe, investiga
te its causes and consequences (eg, "Industrialization in Europe") - the subject
of comparison: application or suggests a comparison (eg, "The Industrial Revolu
tion in Britain and Germany) - The subject evolution is to describe the evolutio
n of a situation over a given period (ex:" Political life in France between 1900
and 1914) - The topic table: Calls to focus on a specific time in history (ex:
France on the eve of the First World War) - The subject dialectical invitation t
o make judgments ( "The years 1900 - 1914 they deserve the label of Belle Epoque
?) Identify a problem: that is transforming the subject into a central issue t
o be the guiding idea, the guiding principle of the composition. It must be stat
ed in the introduction. Example of speech to start a problem: How, How, What ...
2. RAISING HIS KNOWLEDGE (25 minutes) Do not lose sight of the problem! Ide
as main technical vocabulary, examples, dates, numbers, places, people ... are n
oted Then sort and grouped all the information. 3. BUILDING PLAN (20 minutes)
Identify 2 or 3 big ideas that are the backbone of duty and will form part of
each development. Each major section is introduced by a sentence that introduc
ed the idea, the theme. Then each major party must itself be organized into pa
ragraphs (paragraphs) corresponds to an argument, with a particular aspect of we
ll-chosen examples and precise. Each major party must end with a transition to
the next section. You should not have written at this time of work! ! ! But you
r draft must be very rich. 4. INTRODUCTION AND CONCLUSION (20 minutes) It is i
mportant to prepare the draft after finalization of the plan. Introduction: it
s structure is simple. It begins with the introduction of the introduction = int
roduce the topic by defining its subject, its setting, its context ... Then the
essential problem, and finally the announcement of the plan. Conclusion: is co
mposed of two parts. The answer to the problem and a broadening of the subject,
opening prospects in the short or longer term. 5. WRITE THE COMPOSITION (1 hour)
Ventilate the copy from the introduction, development and conclusion, skip tw
o lines. A line between the stages of development. A paragraph between subparts
... Model for a part: at the beginning of the game, explain the main idea. The
n divide your party Subpart that will rely on arguments illustrated by examples.
Between each part: do not forget to write a transition to establish the logic
al connection between two parties. Avoid: - colloquial expressions (they are s
ick) - The vague expressions (a bit) - Rehearsals Write this: what will avoid
many spelling errors. 6. REPLAY (10 minutes)
To correct spelling and grammar