• Descriptive paragraph
    The purpose of descriptive writing is to make our readers see, feel, and hear what we have seen, felt, and heard. Whether we're describing a person, a place, or a thing, our aim is to reveal a subject through vivid and carefully selected details. Each of the five paragraphs below...
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  • Narrative Descriptive Paragraph
    English 1a Narrative/Descriptive Paragraph Fearful Encounter I had never truly experienced fear, until I was chased by a Doberman on crack. When, I was seven years old my family and I lived in a three apartment duplex in Reno, Nevada. One hot summer day, I was playing outside in the backyard
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  • Descriptive Paragraph
    Descriptive Paragraph One of the things that I treasure in summertime is my weekends. I start my day early, getting ready to ride in my boyfriend’s car, to pick up the boat from a friend. The boat is a camouflaged, flat bottom, twelve feet long; spray painted on one side is the name for the boat
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  • Describing Yourself
    Describing the personality of a teacher Our Latin teacher named Clara, was swarthy, tiny woman with blue eyes that were sparkling  and she had graying hair She had a neat complexion and a very good dress sense. She was our Latin teacher in my high school. Going to Latin class was always fun becaus
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  • Methods in Paragraph
    t 1.) description 2.) narration 3.) exposition 4.) anecdote 5.) process 6.) character sketch 7.) definition 8.) classification 9.) exemplification 10.) cause and effect 11.) comparison and contrast 12.) details 13.) analogy Examples 1.)Descriptive paragraphs are often used to des
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  • Paragraph Development
    Developing Unified and Coherent Paragraphs A paragraph is unified when every sentence develops the point made in the topic sentence. It must have a single focus and it must contain no irrelevant facts. Every sentence must contribute to the paragraph by explaining, exemplifying, or expanding the t
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  • Methods of Paragraph Development
    Methods of Paragraph Development Methods of development are patterns of organization use to organize ideas about a topic.  Although a lot of writing you will come across does not rely solely on one method of development, an understanding of these patterns will help you organize your ideas and get
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  • lesson plan on Teaching a Descriptive Writing
    Teaching a Descriptive Writing Gender: Grade :5 Date:25.Nov.2013 Time:45 minutes General Goal(s): ◆ students will learn the elements of descriptive writing. ◆They will understand the parts of a descriptive paragraph ◆will be able to generate a descriptive paragraph. Teacher...
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  • Descriptive
    Descriptive Outlining Descriptive outlines are tools that help writers to improve their writing through peer editing. Read the following short essay. Then study the descriptive outline beneath it. Try to understand what each paragraph “does” and “says.” Accounting
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  • Descriptive Essay
    Descriptive Essays There are several methods writers use to describe something in an essay. They may choose vivid, fresh language, or they may use examples, or they might take something ordinary and by comparing it with something extraordinary, make it interesting, or they may use their senses. W
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  • Paragraph Development and Forms of Discourse
    Seven Types of Paragraph Development by Gerald Grow, PhD Division of Journalism Florida A&M University http://www.longleaf.net/ggrow/modes.html In their pursuit of clear, concise writing, journalism students sometimes develop the habit of writing everything in short, choppy paragraphs that
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  • Descriptive Essay
    How to Write a Descriptive Essay More than many other types of essays, descriptive essays strive to create a deeply involved and vivid experience for the reader. Great descriptive essays achieve this affect not through facts and statistics but by using detailed observations and descriptions. What
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  • Paragraph Development
    Exposition This family was a victim of a problem they could have avoided-a problem that, according to Florida park rangers, hundreds of visitors suffer each year. "Several times a month," ranger Rod Torres of O'Leno State Park said, "people get scared and leave the park in the middle of the night.
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  • Descriptive Writing
    DESCRIPTIVE WRITING DESCRIPTIVE WRITING is the clear description of people, places, objects, or events using appropriate details. An effective description will contain sufficient and varied elaboration of details to communicate a sense of the subject being described. Details used are usually sensor
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  • Descriptive Analysis
    Descriptive Analyses of the Essays and Short Stories Narration and Description THE STRATEGIES Although the narrative and descriptive essays are often given as separate assignments in composition courses, they are combined in this first section so that teachers can present expressive writing
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  • Descriptive Essay
    English Final Exam Unity: Achieved when all the elements in an essay contribute to the development of a single idea or thesis. Similarly, a paragraph is unified when each sentence contributes to the development of the central though expressed in the topic sentence of that paragraph. * In a u
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  • Narrative vs. Descriptive
    While both narrative and descriptive stories allow a writer to explain an idea or event, they differ in the specific intent. A narrative tells a story about an event, while description creates a clear and vivid picture of a person, place, thing or event. Narration...
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  • Describing and Analyzing a Transaction
    Describing and Analyzing a Transaction IPC 461 Communication in Leadership A. Introduction This essay is written from an observer's point of view. By trying to be as objective as possible, the onlooker tells the story about a particular situation that has been run through his imagination
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  • Paragraph Writing
    INPEDENDENT UNIVERSITY | Paragraph Submission | TOPICS: ARGUMENTATIVE, NARRATIVE, DESCRIPTIVE, EXPOSITORY: 1)WITH EXAMPLES 2) COMPARE AND CONTRAST | | SUMITTED BY: MARIA SULTANA, 0620189 | SUBMITTED TO: HARUNUZZAMAN | Banning smoking for the people. The habit of smoking is one of th
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  • Facebook Friend of Foe
    Krista Rutz WRTG 3040 4/4/11 Facebook- Friend or Foe In this day and age its not about what you know its about who you know, Facebook currently has over 600 million users, with profiles that contain their everyday lives, and reveal personal information about who they are. Facebook has doub
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