DESCRIPTIVE
ESSAY
BY: GROUP 2
DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY

- is a genre of essay that
asks
the student to describe an
object, person, place,
experience, emotion,
...
DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY

- This

genre
encourages
The student’s ability to
create a written
account
of a particular
DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY

- this

genre allows for a
great deal of artistic
freedom (the goal of
which is to paint an
image
that ...
GUIDELINES IN WRITING
DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY
 Take time to brainstorm
 Use clear and concise language.
 Choose vivid languag...
INTRODUCTION

include some
interesting facts on the
topic
include a thesis
statement

BODY

Choose two or three of the
Descriptions you’ve built and
use them as the focal points
of
your descriptive essay
body...
CONCLUSION
 Write

your conclusion
based
on the answers to your
questions in the previous
section; don't restate the
thin...
CONCLUSION
 Don't

present new facts or
observations, but instead
find a
way to tie together and
summarize what you've
wr...
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Descriptive essay

  1. 1. DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY BY: GROUP 2
  2. 2. DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY - is a genre of essay that asks the student to describe an object, person, place, experience, emotion, situation, etc.
  3. 3. DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY - This genre encourages The student’s ability to create a written account of a particular
  4. 4. DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY - this genre allows for a great deal of artistic freedom (the goal of which is to paint an image that is vivid and moving
  5. 5. GUIDELINES IN WRITING DESCRIPTIVE ESSAY  Take time to brainstorm  Use clear and concise language.  Choose vivid language.  Use your senses!  What were you thinking?!  Leave the reader with a clear impression.  Be organized!
  6. 6. INTRODUCTION include some interesting facts on the topic include a thesis statement 
  7. 7. BODY Choose two or three of the Descriptions you’ve built and use them as the focal points of your descriptive essay body, with supporting information that
  8. 8. CONCLUSION  Write your conclusion based on the answers to your questions in the previous section; don't restate the things you've already said in the introduction and body of the Essay.
  9. 9. CONCLUSION  Don't present new facts or observations, but instead find a way to tie together and summarize what you've written about with an overall
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