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  • 1. MSE 1 Presented By: Baldres, Neresa Rose Casupanan, Marifa Gantang, Maylene Guevarra, Marie Joy BEEd 1-Pillar
  • 2. Selected Person Reading a Play Reading Additional Essay Advertisement Book Report
  • 3. Ms. Marifa Casupanan (reporter)
  • 4. Ms. Marie Joy Guevarra (reporter)
  • 5. play
  • 6. Story Telling
  • 7. Story Dramatization
  • 8. Creative Drama
  • 9. 1. Stories for acting must be popular with the group and easily understood by them. 2. For dramatization, a story should be simple but with many characters, simple dialog, sufficient action, and emotional appeal for the very young. 3. The structure of the story for dramatization should be clear. 4. The story must have an abundance of action. 5. Stories for action should have numerous characters. 6. Stories for acting should also have appropriate emotional appeal and contain worthwhile ideas.
  • 10. Ms. Neresa Rose Baldres (reporter)
  • 11. ESSAY Thesis/Thesis Statement MAIN POINT
  • 12. - Usually consists of: the first paragraph that contains the summary, three supporting ideas, and the thesis; the second paragraph that contains the first supporting idea with evidence. The last sentence of it leads into the next idea; the third paragraph that contains the second supporting idea with the same structure as the second; the fourth paragraph that contains the third supporting idea and the same structure as the second and third with the last sentence leading to the conclusion and the last paragraph that restates the thesis, three supporting ideas, and gives the reader something to think about. 1. The five-paragraph essay
  • 13. 2. description
  • 14. 3. NARRATIVE
  • 15. 4. EXEMPLIFICATION 5. CAUSE AND EFFECT
  • 16. 6. COMPARISON AND CONTRAST
  • 17. 7. CLASSIFICATION AND DIVISION 8. Definition
  • 18. 9. dialectic
  • 19. 10. OTHER LOGICAL STRUCTURES
  • 20. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3
  • 21. Step 4 Step 5
  • 22. Step 6 Step 7
  • 23. Ms. Maylene Gantang (reporter)
  • 24. Advertisements
  • 25. I. Digital Advertising
  • 26. a) Television advertising
  • 27. b. radio advertising
  • 28. c. online advertising
  • 29. d. product placement
  • 30. II. PHYSICAL ADVERTISING
  • 31. a. press advertising
  • 32. b. in-store advertising
  • 33. III. Celebrity Branding