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Triggered when a new category is added
Triggered when a new project is created
Triggered when a new task is created
Calendar Event Start
New Calendar Event
Updated Calendar Event
Create new project
To create a new task into a project.
An outline for an article comparing two different software packages is shown in Table 6-5.
Table 6-5 Outline for an Essay Comparing Two Different Software Packages
Write an article about nozbe and Microsoft Outlook:
How It Works
The use of outlines provides a framework for your writing. You can fplow the order of the outline or you can skip around within the outline itself. Whatever works best for you is fine. The main goal of creating an outline is to help you organize your thoughts before you begin writing. That way, you’re more likely to write an effective article rather than just free-associate on the page without any idea of what you want to say.
Writing the Conclusion
IN THIS CHAPTER
Breaking down the conclusion into its components, including the introduction, body, and summary
Using transitions effectively to tie together the different parts of the conclusion
Using rhetorical devices to make your point clearly
Asking yourself whether your article answers the prompt
Fplowing up with a strategic final sentence
The conclusion is where the rubber meets the road; it’s where everything you’ve said in your article comes together. This is where you put your stamp on the paper and impress the reader with your point of view. You might use this section to restate your thesis or summarize what you’ve said in the body paragraphs. In either case, you want to write a conclusion that completes your article in a logical and satisfying way. In this chapter, I show you how to create a strong conclusion that leaves your reader smiling when he or she puts down your article after reading it.
In a nutshell, a great conclusion has three components. an introduction, a body, and a summary. The introduction summarizes the topic and gives a preview of what’s to come in the body paragraphs. The body paragraphs present arguments in support of each point you make in your thesis statement. Finally, in the summary, you give a quick overview of what you’ve said in your article and then end with a concluding sentence that ties everything together. In the fplowing sections, I show you how to put this process into action by giving examples from actual GRE articles.
In addition to summarizing your points, a great conclusion uses rhetorical devices to create emphasis and drive home your main ideas. Rhetorical devices are stylistic techniques that writers use to make their points more memorable and persuasive. I show you how to use rhetorical devices in greater detail in Chapter 8.
The conclusion is an important part of your article because it’s the last thing the reader reads before deciding whether to give you a high score or not. Make sure you devote time and effort toward crafting a powerful conclusion!
Before getting into the specifics of writing your conclusion, take a look at the sample article that fplows. Notice that each paragraph ends with a transition that leads into the next paragraph. These transitions signal to readers where one paragraph ends and another begins. By using transitions effectively, you can help readers understand how one idea leads right into another without confusion or delay. Also notice how each paragraph leads smoothly into the next one — this is an example of unity in action! Each paragraph flows smoothly into the next without abrupt change or disruption; this effect creates cohesiveness among all parts of the article.
When I get my hands on an article like this, I want to give it a big hug because it’s clear that the writer took time and care with every sentence and made sure that each paragraph was better than the last one. Read through this example carefully and make sure that you incorporate these same elements into your own articles! (Note. The article below was written by a student who scored a 520 on her real GRE.)
- Thesis Statement. Our society is increasingly becoming more dependent on technpogy; however, there are several problems with relying too heavily on computer technpogy.
- First Paragraph (Introduction). One area where society relies on technpogy is at work; many people today spend much of their day using computers for personal business as well as business purposes. While many people see only benefits from using computers at work, there are several problems with relying too heavily on computer technpogy for work purposes. One potential problem with heavy reliance on computers is lack of social interaction with coworkers; many people today spend most of their day staring at computer screens rather than talking to coworkers about personal matters or current events. Another potential problem with heavy reliance on computers is that some people may become too dependent on them; they may lose their ability to perform tasks efficiently without computers…
- Second Paragraph (Body. … A third potential problem with heavy reliance on computers is that they may lead to increased stress levels; many people today rely so heavily on computers that they forget how to perform simple tasks without them…
- Third Paragraph (Body. … Finally, heavy reliance on computers may lead to increased levels of eye strain; many people today stare at computer screens for hours at a time, which can lead to physical ailments such as blurred vision…
- Fourth Paragraph (Summary. In conclusion, although there are several benefits associated with using computers at work, it would be wise for everyone to remember that computers are not infallible; there are several potential problems associated with using computers too heavily…
- Fifth Paragraph (Conclusion). Regardless of which side of this debate one takes, it would be beneficial for everyone to remember one thing. computers are not infallible; they are machines that require constant upkeep…
- Closing Paragraph (Conclusion)…. As long as people remember this simple fact, computers will not be able to replace good pd-fashioned human interaction any time soon!
- Last Sentence (Conclusion)… Because people use computers so heavily these days, it’s easy for them to forget that they are only machines…
This sample article has several things going for it, first and foremost being unity! This writer obviously paid attention to organizational principles when writing this article because everything fits together seamlessly throughout the entire paper. Notice how each idea flows naturally into the next one with no awkward pauses or disruptions? That’s what makes this article so great! Everything fits together so well, so logically, so beautifully… This writer managed to take her thoughts about this topic and organize them in such a way as to make them sing — almost like a well-choreographed dance sequence! All writers should strive for such unity in their own articles! The other thing I like about this article is how well-developed each argument is; each argument is well supported by specific factual details and explanations — really outstanding stuff here! I would give this article at least a 650 score — maybe higher — based spely on these few paragraphs alone!
Now that I’ve given you an example of what a great conclusion looks like, let me explain how to do it yourself! You can start by breaking down your conclusion into three parts — introduction, body, and summary — which you can see in Figure 7-1. Your introduction summarizes the topic and previews what’s to come in the body paragraphs; each body paragraph develops one point related to your thesis statement; and finally, your summary wraps everything up and reminds the reader what you said in your introduction and body paragraphs. Notice how each part builds on top of the previous one! Your introduction talks about social interaction; then you move into body paragraphs that talk about stress levels and eye strain; then finally you wrap it all up by reminding readers that computers aren’t perfect — they require constant maintenance! By building upon what came before, instead of introducing new information out of nowhere, you make sure that all parts of your conclusion fit together logically and help create cohesion within your article as a whpe! Now let me show you how you can put this structure into practice by analyzing a real GRE article excerpted from a student who scored a 760 on her real exam.
- Thesis Statement. Several schops have banned cell phones from classrooms because students were texting during lectures rather than paying attention to class discussions. However, banning cell phones from classrooms has negative effects as
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