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  1. 1. TYPES OF PARAGRAPHS TEORIA DISCURSIVA GUIDELINE
  2. 2. WHAT IS A PARAGRAPH? A paragraph is a group of sentences with a central idea that is going to be devoloped and supported by the other sentences A paragraph can be defined as a part of a big composition or a little essay.
  3. 3. CHARACTERISTICS OF A GOOD PARAGRAPH Unity: Main idea + sentences support Support: Evidence, examples and details Coherence: Connection, organization and use of linkers Good language: Good orthography and grammar Structures: Use of a variety of structures
  4. 4. TYPES OF PARAGRAPHS Persuasive: Aimed to influence and convience a person about an argument Expository: Aimed to expose and explain a phenomenon or special subject Narrative: Aimed to tell a real or unreal story that entertains to the reader Descriptive: Aimed to describe something: *Person *Object *Place
  5. 5. NARRATIVE TEXT Based on the narration of real and imaginary stories or facts. Main elements: time, place, characters and action Mixing elements of the description and elements of the dialogue.
  6. 6. DESCRIPTIVE TEXT Explain the representative characteristics of an object, animal, person, place or feeling Appeal to the senses: shape, color, volume, texture or taste It can be objective and subjective
  7. 7. EXPOSITIVE TEXT Explains the ideas and opinions related to a specific topic Central idea followed by other secondary ideas Academic texts, news, reports and instructions Exposure modes: scientific, educational, informative, humanistic and journalistic
  8. 8. ARGUMENTATIVE TEXT Convince and persuade the reader of an opinion Use of arguments and examples Structure: introduction (thesis) body (arguments) and Conclusion
  9. 9. TEXTUAL STRUCTURES NARRATIVE- DESCRIPTIVE INITIATION DEVELOPMENT RESOLUTION FINAL BALANCE NARRATION POSOPOGRAPHY AND PORTRAIR CHRONOGRAPHY TOPOGRAPHY ETOPEYA DESCRIPTION
  10. 10. TEXTUAL STRUCTURES ESPOSITORY- PERSUASIVE ANALYSIS : SYNTHESIS PROBLEM : SOLUTION CAUSE : CONSEQUENCE DESCRIPTIVE LISTING EXPOSITION THESIS ARGUMENTS COUNTERARGUMENTS CONCLUSION ARGUMENT
  11. 11. PROCESS OF WRITING Gather the important information Organize the sequence Realize the first draft Revise the text and correct Publish the final version
  12. 12. THANKS

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