Lesson Plan


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My Grades 12
My Subjects Social Studies, World Languages, English Language Learning

Students will be able to...

  • Decide On Topic
  • Conduct A Research
  • Develop a Thesis
  • Create An Outline
  • Write a Rough Draft
  • Write An Essay

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Social Studies
World Languages
English Language Learning
Grades 12
All Notes
Teacher Notes
Student Notes

1 Write An Essay

1. Help to choose the topic

2. Advice some informative resources 

3. Try to support the student on each step

4. Check the outline

5. Indicate the mistakes

6. Help to solve the drawbacks of the essay  

Student Instructions

1. Decide On Topic

Choosing a good topic is important because your entire body of work will be based around it.

2. Conduct A Research

Gather and analyze information from external sources (documents, web articles, encyclopedias, etc.) for your essay.

3. Develop a Thesis

A thesis statement is a short statement, commonly one sentence, that defines the main idea or claim of an essay, research paper, etc. It should inform your reader of what your paper is about and help guide the flow of your essay while keeping the argument focused

4. Create An Outline

An outline is a way to organize and structure your essay in a proper way. It's like a skeleton which should shortly summarize your content and organize it in a logical manner.


This section introduces the reader to the main talking points of the paper. It should identify the topic, evoke interest and motivate the audience to read the rest of your paper.

Body Paragraph(s)

This is the meat of your essay. Present your main points and analysis as well as the backup support provided from external sources.


Sum up the main points that were stated in the body paragraphs and present an overall concluding statement that ends with a call to action.

5. Write a Rough Draft

Do not act rashly, write a rough draft first. It will be easier for you then to make the final copy.

6. Proofread Your Draft

Check your draft for any kind of mistakes and remove them. Don’t forget to check your paper for clarity and delete all unnecessary parts of information if necessary.