• 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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  • Descriptive Paragraph
    Descriptive Paragraph 28, January, 2012 Nia Nia is my wife and I’s female Pitt Bull dog. She weighs about forty eight pounds, and stands approximately two feet high, and is twelve years old. Nia, has a unique fur coat, she is brindle and white. Nia’s, brindle fur coat is a black and brow
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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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  • Expressing the Descriptive Paragraph
    PROJECT iN ENGLiSH 02 PROJECT iN ENGLiSH 02 Rosaroso, Ma. Christine T. Maghanoy, Janica H. Rosaroso, Ma. Christine T. Maghanoy, Janica H. HM220-C Mr. Riel Torcende Eng02 HM220-C Mr. Riel Torcende Eng02 DESCRIPTIVE DESCRIPTIVE PARAGRAPH PARAGRAPH Expressing the Des
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  • Descriptive Paragraph Boston Bombing
    English 101 Descriptive Paragraph 8/27/2013 On April 15th, 2013, 117th Boston Marathon took an ugly, sad turn for the worst. I am a reporter for Channel 7 news; I was scheduled to cover the Boston Marathon this year a job I wasn’t too thrilled about since I had no interest in
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  • Samples Descriptive Paragraph
    Samples of descriptive paragraphs: Sample 1.The sample below is an opening paragraph from a student essay on the development of entertainment media. In it, she describes TV-watching in her family to make a point about how central TV was as a form of entertainment in the 60’s. (1) As I was gro
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  • All That I Am, Descriptive
    DESCRIPTIVE PARAGRAPH English Leno Bozzer February 25, 2012 The most important physical object in my life is, embarrassingly, my small blue, purple and green blanket. Well, I say blankie. I got it the day I was born, a crisp fall day, November 6, 1998. I got it from my
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  • Different Types of Paragraph
    Comparison Paragraph In spite of these differences, the similarities are striding. First, both cities are the political centers of their countries. The president of France lives in the heart of Paris, in the Elysees Palace. Likewise, the president of the United States has its meeting place in Wa
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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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  • Classification of Paragraph
    Classification of Paragraph A paragraph has nine classifications. Each of these paragraphs has its own characteristics. Narrative paragraphs are usually written in a chronological order. It reveals what a reader should learn from a particular story. The narrative makes the reader more involved,
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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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  • Descriptive Writing
    Ms. Gill ENG 3U – Per. 5 September 16, 2013 Descriptive Paragraph The much publicized meteor shower has finally arrived and is a much anticipated awaited aesthetic show. As I’m observing the dark night sky waiting for the gorgeous meteors to enter Earth’s atmosphere, I see the sensation
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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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  • Description Paragraph
    Preferably, description paragraphs should concentrate on action (verbs), rather than sensations (adverbs and adjectives). Writers should assume the role of readers whose idea of the described events is, in entirety, constructed by the paragraph content. Description paragraphs should be detailed, cle
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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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  • Bscm 305 Descriptive Language Ii Print
    VI. SENTENCE STRUCTURE 1. Be sure to state the subject of each sentence (unless the sentence is a command): Incorrect: Received the foreman’s request today. Correct: I received the foreman’s request today. In such imperative sentences as “Return the forms to me
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  • Patterns of Paragraph Dev't
    PATTERNS OF PARAGRAPH DEVELOPMENT 1) Narrative - An account of a sequence of events, usually in chronological order. Example : "The barber was cutting our hair, and our eyes were closed--as they are so likely to be. . . . Deep in a world of our own, he heard, from far away, a voice saying good
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  • Descriptive Writing Samples
    GCSE ENGLISH LANGUAGE UNIT 3: DESCRIPTIVE WRITING The Descriptive Writing task in Unit 3 is worth 7.5% of the subject award and is marked out of 20. The mark given for each of the examples provided is supported by comments related to the criteria given in the specification for (i) Content & Organ
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