Climatic Order


Published on

Published in: Technology
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Total views
On SlideShare
From Embeds
Number of Embeds
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Climatic Order

  1. 1. There are many ways to develop a paragraph. Hereare some of them:<br />Climatic Order<br />Chronological Order<br />By examples / Typical Instances<br />Lovely Charmaine R. Miranda<br /> Fernando Yango<br />
  2. 2. CLIMATIC ORDER<br />its when a writer organizes events, ideas, or plot points in an order that starts out with least important parts of the story and ends in a "climax" which is he most important part of the story.<br />
  3. 3. Miracle Planet (2004) [Complete Series]<br />Miracle Planet is a 5-video series co-produced by the NFB, NHK Japan, the Discovery Channel and the Science Channel. Over its more than 4-billion-year history, Earth has been home to repeated violent climatic changes, which have caused mass extinctions. And yet, life has survived. In fact, these same catastrophes that devastated life on Earth also helped bring about its evolution from the simplest microbes to the complexity and diversity that is found on the planet today. Featuring location footage, interviews with the world's foremost scientists and cutting-edge computer technology, Miracle Planet is a five-part series that recounts the profound and gripping story of Earth's mysterious evolution. Narrated by Christopher Plummer (in English), it reveals the surprising role that sheer chance has played in the development of life.<br />
  4. 4. In this paragraph, the climatic order represents the main ideas and of the essay. The content should have to be facts, and the ideas should be more critical to the readers. Though the essay is not that long, ideas were clear and complete.<br />
  5. 5. CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER<br />Chronological order presents ideas according to the time in which they occurred. This type of organization is especially effective if you are describing a process, relaying a series of actions, or telling a story. For instance, to convey the plot of a novel or the procedures of an experiment, you would tell readers what happened first, second, etc.<br />
  6. 6. If a story reads: <br /> "Charlie went to the store, and bought a box of cookies, then he walked home and shared the cookies with his friend tom. Tom was happy, and gave Charlie a ball. Charlie went home to show his ball to his brother.”<br /> “Parris grills Abigail about what happened in the woods. Proctor spurns Abigail's advances. Abigail and Betty claim to have seen several of the villagers with the devil. A poppet (puppet) is discovered in Proctor's house. Elizabeth Proctor is arrested.”<br />
  7. 7. The content should be organized. Chronological paragraphs should be written in order/in sequence. This kind of writing is used for the cooking procedure, instructions, etc.<br />
  8. 8. CAUSES AND EFFECT<br />A series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end.<br />This illustates the cause/reason why an effect/result occurred in many situations.<br />"If you prove the cause, you at once prove the effect; and conversely nothing can exist without its cause.“<br />(Aristotle, Rhetoric)<br />
  9. 9. "I worry about the private automobile. It is a dirty, noisy, wasteful, and lonely means of travel. It pollutes the air, ruins the safety and sociability of the street, and exercises upon the individual a discipline which takes away far more freedom than it gives him. It causes an enormous amount of land to be unnecessarily abstracted from nature and from plant life and to become devoid of any natural function. It explodes cities, grievously impairs the whole institution of neighborliness, fragmentizes and destroys communities. It has already spelled the end of our cities as real cultural and social communities, and has made impossible the construction of any others in their place. Together with the airplane, it has crowded out other, more civilized and more convenient means of transport, leaving older people, infirm people, poor people and children in a worse situation than they were a hundred years ago.“<br />(George F. Kennan)<br />
  10. 10. In this selection about Air Pollution we can see that the causes were the noisy, wasteful vehicles, the undisciplined people whos throwing trash in improper places and many other acts which develops our environment to a soar into our eyes.<br />
  11. 11. Development by Examples or Typical Instances<br />This kind of development is especially suitable for exposition and argumentation or debates. In some ways like to have a different point of view in one topic.<br />