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By: Noorazalia Izha Haron
Academic writing – articulate your mind – someone will read and understand
   Brainstorming – ideas, points, how to    organise.   Planning – helps to write a clear, well-    focused piece of wri...
   Essay – more than 250 words   Show creativity   Generally 5 paragraphs   Outline gives clearer picture
   A sentence that shows the controlling    idea   Very specific   Too general – ambiguous   The end of introductory p...
   Outline –    • Topic sentence (first sentence of a paragraph,      supports thesis statement, informs readers of the  ...
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  1. 1. By: Noorazalia Izha Haron
  2. 2. Academic writing – articulate your mind – someone will read and understand
  3. 3.  Brainstorming – ideas, points, how to organise. Planning – helps to write a clear, well- focused piece of writing, meaningful presentation. Writing – creative, critical thinking, well- developed sentences and paragraphs, attract attention. Editing/reviewing – detect errors, refine, polish.
  4. 4.  Essay – more than 250 words Show creativity Generally 5 paragraphs Outline gives clearer picture
  5. 5.  A sentence that shows the controlling idea Very specific Too general – ambiguous The end of introductory paragraph
  6. 6.  Outline – • Topic sentence (first sentence of a paragraph, supports thesis statement, informs readers of the content or ideas in the paragraph) • Supporting details (about the idea in the topic sentence, give examples, illustrations, quotations, statistics, causes, effects, compare and contrast) • Concluding sentence (summary of a paragraph, final remark on the main idea of a paragraph, not necessary)
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