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- 1. TYPES OF PARAGRAPHS TEORIA DISCURSIVA GUIDELINE
- 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. ARGUMENTATIVE TEXT Convince and persuade the reader of an opinion Use of arguments and examples Structure: introduction (thesis) body (arguments) and Conclusion
- 9. TEXTUAL STRUCTURES NARRATIVE- DESCRIPTIVE INITIATION DEVELOPMENT RESOLUTION FINAL BALANCE NARRATION POSOPOGRAPHY AND PORTRAIR CHRONOGRAPHY TOPOGRAPHY ETOPEYA DESCRIPTION
- 10. TEXTUAL STRUCTURES ESPOSITORY- PERSUASIVE ANALYSIS : SYNTHESIS PROBLEM : SOLUTION CAUSE : CONSEQUENCE DESCRIPTIVE LISTING EXPOSITION THESIS ARGUMENTS COUNTERARGUMENTS CONCLUSION ARGUMENT
- 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. THANKS
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