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A guide for students who have problems in writing a composition.

A guide for students who have problems in writing a composition.

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    Guidelines for composition writing Guidelines for composition writing Presentation Transcript

    • WRITING
    • If someone feels that they had never made a mistake in their life, then it means they had never tried a new thing in their life. Einstein
    • Guide for Composition Writing Before You Start
    • Before You Start
      • Write your ideas
      • Ideas can be jumbled up
      • Can rearrange later
      • Write before you forget
    • No ideas?
      • Use your own experience
      • Use other people’s experience
      • Use sources from movies, books, magazines, newspapers or TV programmes
    • Put ideas in order
      • The most important ideas first
      • Less important ideas later
      • Have an outline
    • Composition outline
      • An introduction
      • The body – several paragraphs
      • A conclusion
    • Introduction
      • The first and most important
      • Clear, precise and effective
      • States the theme
      • Tells the reader what to expect in the rest of the composition
      • Make it interesting
      • Arouse and maintain the reader’s interest
    • The Body
      • Begin each paragraph with a topic sentence. Example: Samad’s hobby is reading.
    • The Body
      • Elaborate on the topic sentence
      • Add details, reasons or examples Example: Samad’s hobby is reading. He likes to go to the library.