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Sterk Engels Leerjaar 4 VMBO-GTL Workbook

82 Slavery today Open a

82 Slavery today Open a new page in the Google Chrome browser. Go to slaveryfootprint.org and click on “What” and scroll down and start reading the text. Now answer the questions below. Quote the section from the text that shows there are still slaves today. Quote: Now click on “Take the survey” to start. So, what’s your score: how many slaves are working for you? I have slaves working for me. When quoting, you write down the first and last 2 words of the section you are quoting Step 1 TOPIC SLAVERY Step 2 TAKE A CLEAR STANCE What is your opinion? Do you think it is okay to have people working for you enslaved, without decent pay? A clear stance is a very strong opinion My clear stance on modern slavery is This is my stance because Step 3 PREPARE AN OUTLINE Introduction - How are you going to introduce your topic? By giving a statement. By giving an example. By asking a question. Other: Remember your clear stance. What is your statement/example/question? Write down in 1 or 2 sentences. Step 4 OTHER VIEW(S) What other view(s) are you going to discuss? Take a look at your clear stance at b) and describe the opposite view(s). The opposing view(s) is/are Take a look at your clear stance at b) and describe the opposite view(s): 133 ENGLISH WORLDWIDE - UNITED STATES - GTL

Step 5 YOUR ARGUMENTS Give at least 3 arguments to support your clear stance. Try to convince your reader of your clear stance. My arguments are Arguments = redenen en/of argumenten Step 6 CONCLUSION How are you going to conclude? a. By giving strong advice. b. By giving a summary of your arguments. c. By making a strong statement. My conclusion is Step 7 CATCHY HEADLINE What title are you going to give your editorial? My catchy headline is 83 Now let’s write that editorial column Write 200-250 words. 134 ENGLISH WORLDWIDE - UNITED STATES - GTL