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Module structure jswp

  1. 1. PSF Writing Program EFL/ESL Students
  2. 2. PS Frocess tructure ormat
  3. 3. Jane Schaffer Writing Program REVISED FOR EFL/ESL STUDENTS Prof. Josadac Flores UVM Campus Guadalajara Norte
  4. 4. S tructure
  5. 5. 11x411 sentences x 5paragraphs
  6. 6. Introduction 11 sentences 1.__________________________ 2.__________________________ 3.__________________________ 4.__________________________ 5.__________________________ 6.__________________________ 7. __________________________ 8. __________________________ 9. __________________________ 10._ ________________________ 11._________________________
  7. 7. Body I 11 sentences 1.__________________________ 2.__________________________ 3.__________________________ 4.__________________________ 5.__________________________ 6.__________________________ 7. __________________________ 8. __________________________ 9. __________________________ 10._ ________________________ 11._________________________
  8. 8. Body II 11 sentences 1.__________________________ 2.__________________________ 3.__________________________ 4.__________________________ 5.__________________________ 6.__________________________ 7. __________________________ 8. __________________________ 9. __________________________ 10._ ________________________ 11._________________________
  9. 9. Conclusion 11 sentences 1.__________________________ 2.__________________________ 3.__________________________ 4.__________________________ 5.__________________________ 6.__________________________ 7. __________________________ 8. __________________________ 9. __________________________ 10._ ________________________ 11._________________________
  10. 10. TERMINOLOGY
  11. 11. Terminology Thesis StatementTHESIS STATEMENTThe most important sentence in your essay that you get directly form theBrainstorming Process. The Thesis Statement must be UNDERLINED.Formula:Thesis statement = Subject + Topic 1+ Topic 2
  12. 12. Terminology Topic SentenceTOPIC SENTNECEThis type of sentence introduces a specific topic in each paragraph.You get this sentences from the Brainstorming Process.
  13. 13. BRAINSTORMING Violence. damage Aggressive . Problem.Thesis statement:Violence is a social problem and it causes a lot of damage in México.Topic sentence 1:Violence it’s one of the most important problems in México.Topic sentence 2The damages that violence causes are physical, psychological and emotional.
  14. 14. Terminology Concrete Detail CONCRETE DETAIL “Authority and Credibility”- In this sentence you quote a person with authority and credibility on the subject you are writing about. In this sentence you cite, give credit to the person you are quoting. The Concrete Detail sentence must be HIGH LIGHTED. Formula: Concrete Detail 1 = For example, + “ …” + (APA format in-text citation). Concrete Detail 2 = In addition, + “…” + (APA format in-text citation). Concrete Detail 3 = In conclusion, + “…” + (APA format in-text citation).
  15. 15. Terminology Opinion Sentence OPINION SENTNECE ( Commentary) In this type of sentence you give your opinion, your analysis or your commentary about the Concrete Detail sentence. Formula: In my opinion*,______________________________________________ . *After you write the sentence above you ELIMINATE: In my opinion.
  16. 16. Terminology Closing Sentence Closing Sentence In this sentence you summarize the content of a paragraph . You close the paragraph and you lead into the next paragraph.
  17. 17. Terminology Intro Sentence(#) Intro Sentence (#) This type of sentence introduces or presents the Thesis Statement in the introductory paragraph. It goes from very General to the most specific ( Thesis Statement). Example: Intro Sentence 1: The ++ general sentence in the Introduction Intro Sentence 2: The + general sentence in the introduction Intro Sentence 3: The - general sentence in the introduction
  18. 18. OUTLINEORDER, STURCTURE AND COEHERENCE
  19. 19. Introduction 1. INTRO SENTNECE 1 IS1 2. INTRO SENTENCE 2 IS2 3. INTRO SENTENCE 3 IS3 4. INTRO SENTENCE 4 IS4 5. INTRO SENTENCE 5 IS5 6. INTRO SENTENCE 6 IS6 7. INTRO SENTENCE 7 IS7 8. INTRO SENTENCE 8 IS8 9. THESIS STATEMENT TS 10. CLOSING SENTENCE CS 11. CLOSING SENTENCE CS
  20. 20. Body I 1.TOPIC SENTNECE TS 2.CONCRETE DETAIL CD 1 3.OPINION SENTENCE OP 4.OPINION SENTENCE OP 5.CONCRETE DETAIL CD 2 6. OPINION SENTENCE OP 7. OPINION SENTENCE OP 8. CONCRETE DETAIL CD 3 9. OPINION SENTENCE OP 10. OPINION SENTENCE OP 11.CLOSING SENTENCE CS
  21. 21. Body II 1.TOPIC SENTNECE TS 2.CONCRETE DETAIL CD 1 3.OPINION SENTENCE OP 4.OPINION SENTENCE OP 5.CONCRETE DETAIL CD 2 6. OPINION SENTENCE OP 7. OPINION SENTENCE OP 8. CONCRETE DETAIL CD 3 9. OPINION SENTENCE OP 10. OPINION SENTENCE OP 11.CLOSING SENTENCE CS
  22. 22. Conclusion 1. THESIS STATMENT TS 2. OPINION SENTENCE OP 3. OPINION SENTNECE OP 4. OPINION SENTENCE OP 5. OPINION SENTENCE OP 6. OPINION SENTENCE OP 7. OPINION SENTENCE OP 9. CLOSING SENTENCE CS 10. CLOSING SENTENCE CS
  23. 23. S tructure

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