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  • 1ST MEETINGPARAGRAPH FORM Yudhie Indra G
  • STANDARD COMPETENCYThe students are able to understand basiccomposition skills by integrating in each unitparagraph organization, rhetoric, grammar andmechanics, sentence structure and the writingprocess.
  • BASIC COMPETENCYStudents are able to write a paragraph aboutpeople.
  • LEARNING ACTIVITY1. LETTERS2. WORDS3. SENTENCE4. PARAGRAPH5. PARAGRAPH STRUCTURE
  • PHYLOSOPHY OF WRITINGLetter →Words → Sentence → Paragraph → Essay.
  • 1. LETTERSa written element of an alphabet that representsa single phoneme
  • 2. WORDS
  • 2. SENTENCE •A sentence is a group of words that makes sense. •A sentence expresses a complete thought. •A sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a symbol. •A sentence has at least one verb an action word. Example: Sam went to the store.
  • 3. PARAGRAPHA paragraph is a collection ofrelated sentences dealing with asingle topic.The Basic Rule: Keep One Idea toOne ParagraphThe basic rule of thumb withparagraphing is to keep one idea toone paragraph. If you begin totransition into a new idea, it belongsin a new paragraph.
  • 3. PARAGRAPH STRUCTUREA. TOPIC SENTENCEB. SUPPORTING SENTENCEC. CONCLUDING SENTENCE
  • A. TOPIC SENTENCEINTRODUCE THE MAIN IDEA IN THEPARAGRAPHIT DOES NOT GIVE TOO MANY DETAILS TOTHE READERONLY AN IDEA OF WHAT THE PARAGRAPHWILL BE OUT
  • B. SUPPORTING SENTENCEIN A FEW SENTENCE, GIVE DETAIL ANDSUPPORT THE MAIN IDEA OF THEPARAGRAPHYOU SHOULD GIVE THE FACT, DETAIL ANDEXAMPLETHIS WILL HELP THE READERUNDERSTAND YOUR TOPIC BETTER
  • C. CONCLUDING SENTENCERESTATE THE MAIN IDEA IN THEPARAGRAPH USING DIFFERENTS WORDS.
  • TIPS FOR WRITINGPARAGRAPH1. ALWAYS PROOF READ WHAT YOU WRITE2. DONT BE AFRAID TO EDIT OR CHANGESOMETHING IN YOUR WRITING3. REMEMBER THAT A PARAGRAPH MUSTBE COHERENT4. DONT BE AFRAID TO USE TRANSITIONALPHRASES5. STAY ON ONE IDEA
  • EXAMPLE OF PARAGRAPHMy hometown is famous for several amazingnatural features. First, it noted for the weathonriver, which is very wide and beautiful. Also, onthe other side of the town is wheaton hill, whichis unusual because it is very steep. The thirdamazing features is the Big Old Tree. This treestand two hundred feet tall and is probablyabout six hundred years old. These threelandmarks are trully amazing and make myhometown a famous place.
  • That is the end of my presentation. Thank you for your attention nice to have been with you today, Good Luck And see you again
  • LONG..TOLOOOOONG