ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION Communicative Purpose / Social Function : To persuade the reader or listenerthat something is the case
Text Organization / Generic Structure : THESIS ARGUMENT(S) ONE IDEA Point Elaboration REITERATION RESTATE THE THESIS
NoteConsist of three parts but it doesn’t mean three paragraph Thesis = introduces topic and indicates writer’s position Argument consists of : - Point = main point of the arguments - Elaboration = the development of the main point (Not a new reason) Reiteration = restate the writer’s opinion as stated in THESIS so reiteration and thesis has the same idea ( but stated in different way/sentence) The example of ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION next slide !
Ever ybody should change their way of life tor educe global war ming. Ther e ar e sever al thingsthat we can do. One of them is by buying and Thesisconsuming fr esh local gr ocer ies as much aspossible. It of cour se includes local vegetables,fr uits, br ead, etc. Consuming fr esh gr ocer ies instead of fr ozenones ar e healthier for us. Fur ther mor e, fr esh food Argument 1or gr ocer ies means no r equir ements for it to befr eeze up. It means that no electr icity is neededand saving ener gy means r educing car bon dioxideand money. Local gr ocer ies don’t need much Argument 2tr anspor tation to get it into the mar ket. It ofcour se means, the amount of car bon dioxidepr oduced is less than the gr ocer ies fr om other Reiterationr egion. Ther efor e, by buying local gr ocer ies we ar e
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