• stylistic
    The Writing Center A paragraph is a collection of related sentences dealing with a single topic. To be as effective as possible, a paragraph should contain each of the following: a topic sentence, adequate development, unity, and coherence. As you will see, all of these traits overlap. Using and ...
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  • Unity and Coherence
    Unity and Coherence Today , we learned two things witch we have to know before you write an essay. These are paragraph structure and Unity& Coherence. For the paragraph structure, we have to conclude a topic sentence, supporting sentence, and concluding sentence. Combination of those three becomes...
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  • Paragraphs
    BSCE-2A What is a paragraph? A paragraph is a group of sentences that are all about one specific idea. It should begin with a topic sentence, that is, a sentence which addresses the subject of the paragraph. The other sentences in the paragraph should supply information...
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  • Paragraphing
    Paragraphing 1 Lesson Aim: To investigate typical patterns in paragraph construction. To be able to identify unity, coherence and adequate development in a paragraph. A: Paragraphs and texts tend to follow typical linear patterns in English. They often begin with...
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  • Effective Sentences
    unity, coherence, and emphasis. A.     Unity * Unity is the first quality of an effective sentence. A unified sentence expresses a single complete thought. It does not contain ideas that are not related, nor does it express a "[T]he essential quality of a paragraph should be unity. A paragraph is supposed...
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  • Methods
    Writing Effective Paragraphs Table of Contents WHAT IS A PARAGRAPH? .....................................................................................................................................2 TYPES OF PARAGRAPHS IN A B ASIC ESSAY............................................................
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  • Writing Effective Paragraphs
    writing, this aims to give them knowledge on how to compose an effective written piece through the use of effective paragraphs. THE PARAGRAPH A successful, good or effective paragraph is not merely an amalgamation of related units of thoughts called sentences. It serves as a building block of an argument...
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  • Paragraph Development
    Paragraph Development A paragraph is a collection of sentences which all relate to one main idea or topic. Effective paragraphs have four main characteristics: a topic sentence, unity, coherence, and adequate development. Each of these characteristics is discussed below. Unity Unity refers to...
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  • Coherence
    COHERENCE Coherence and Unity are related, but they are not the same thing. You may have a unified paragraph in which all the sentences are relevant to the controlling idea of the topic sentence, but it may leave your reader somewhat confused. Somehow, the paragraph lacks smoothness...
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  • Writing Academic Paragraphs
    Dalat – Department of Foreign Languages WRITING ACADEMIC PARAGRAPHS Writing Effective Paragraphs A paragraph should be unified, coherent, and well developed. Paragraphs are unified around a main point, and all sentences in the paragraph should clearly relate to that point in some way. The paragraph's...
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  • Problems I Face as a Writer
    hard to come up with an introduction for an essay or a paragraph, to build unified paragraphs with coherence and to analyze a subject. By saying analyzing a subject, I mean writing about a topic in more depth, supporting an opinion and giving examples. Journalists most of the times have to do a research...
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  • The Body of Your Paper
    point of having Body Paragraphs in your paper is to explain and develop the points that you made in your introductory paragraph and your thesis statement. Each paragraph must have a clear and focused point, set forth by your topic sentence, and must be continuous with the paragraphs before and after as...
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  • How to Write a Paper
    Paragraphs and Topic Sentences A paragraph is a series of sentences that are organized and coherent, and are all related to a single topic. Almost every piece of writing you do that is longer than a few sentences should be organized into paragraphs. This is because paragraphs show a reader where the...
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  • How to Write an Essay
    can write an effective and clear essay. First of all, you need to get some information and materials to discover a thesis and a topic sentence. For example, you can use prewriting, which can be free-writing, making a list, and questioning. The free-writing technique is to help you write sentences or phrases...
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  • Adada
    Paragraphs and Topic Sentences A paragraph is a series of sentences that are organized and coherent, and are all related to a single topic. Almost every piece of writing you do that is longer than a few sentences should be organized into paragraphs. This is because paragraphs show a reader where the...
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  • ELEMENT IN WRITING
    ELEMENTS OF WRITING A.) Coherence B.) Parallelism PROJECT IN ENGLISH – 1 1st Semester 2013-2014 Submitted By: Encar Marie Sarno Felina Anne Malgapo Randy Albert Boragay I. OBJECTIVES The learners are expected to: 1. Determine the difference between Coherence and Parallelism. 2. Enhance...
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  • Coherence
    | |Contact Form | |English 1101 | | | Coherence in Writing [pic]You are here: · papyr.com · hypertextbooks · comp1 · coherent.htm | |[pic]Warning: This site requires the use of scripts, which...
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  • Essay, Term Paper, or Research Paper
    Tips for Writing a Paragraph Characteristics of a good paragraph: • Topic sentence, which includes the topic and a controlling idea. • Supporting ideas (usually 3 - 6), which support the topic sentence. • RENNS (reasons, examples, names, numbers, senses), which develop the supporting...
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  • Basic Essay
    support your ideas. Main Idea BODY The body of the essay supports the main points of the thesis. Each point is developed by one or more paragraphs and supported with specific details. These details include support from books, articles, websites, personal experiences, etc. In addition to this...
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  • Comparison and Contrast of “Miss Brill” Critical Analyses
    but mainly differ in their organization, coherence, supporting evidence, and logical development. Both “Fragile Fantasy” and “Poor, Pitiful” have a commonality in their organization. The essays begin with an introduction containing a thesis, body paragraphs about the topics in the thesis, and a conclusion...
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