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Effective Writing
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Effective Writing

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  • 1. Ma. Martha Manette A. Madrid, Ed.D. Professor College of Teacher Education Panpacific University North Philippines Urdaneta City, Philippines
  • 2. Effective WritingPreparations in WritingA. Topic1. Thinking out the topic.2. Taking a specific aspect of the topic.
  • 3. Effective WritingB. Purpose1. Purpose and Disciplined Writing.2. Purposeless Writing and Its Kinds.  Hodgepodge writing or failure to concentrate on one idea.  Deadwood writing or failure to distinguish the relevant details from the irrelevant.  Vague Writing or failure to concretize an idea through illustrations.
  • 4. C. Unity1. Unity or oneness, the composition deals with only one thing.
  • 5. D. Coherence1. Coherence requires the parts of the composition be related to one another.  Patern of Arrangement 1. chronologic 6. specific examples 2. climactic 7. appropriate details 3. spacial 8. comparison and contrast 4. definition 9. deductive 5. cause and effect 10. inductive
  • 6. E. Emphasis1. Emphasis requires that the important ideas stand out and the unimportant ones sink into the background.
  • 7. Writing the CompositionA. The Introduction1. Jolting Statement2. Dramatic Scene3. Build-up Statement4. Impressionistic Description5. Stimulating Question
  • 8. B. The Transitional Paragraphs1. Use of connectives2. Use of Linking Pronouns3. Use of an Echo Word4. Use of “bridge over the gap” paragraph
  • 9. C. The Conclusion1. Summary2. Forecast3. Question4. Suggestion5. Quotation
  • 10. Giving the Title1. Must be arresting.2. Stimulate people to read further.3. Depends upon the subject of the composition.4. Imaginative subjects call for fanciful titles; informative subjects call for descriptive titles.

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