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Analytical exposition

  1. 1. Analytical exposition
  2. 2. Definition of Analytical Exposition It is a kind of text type that presents one side of an issue in a form of arguments. The purpose of analytical exposition is to persuade the readers by presenting one side of an argument. In other word, it can be said that an analytical exposition is used to argue point of view or to persuade the audience to do something. Analytical exposition text can be found in legal defenses, spoken arguments, advertisement, announcement, radio commercial and leaflet. Analytical exposition also the text that elaborates the writer‘s idea about the phenomenon surrounding. Its social function is to show the readers that the idea is the important matter.
  3. 3. Thesis : Introducing the topic and indicating the writer’s position. It consists of the author’s point of view (thesis), preview of the arguments that will follow in the next section, and a question or emotional statement to get audience attention. Arguments : Explaining the arguments to support the writer’s position. This part is significant to support about the thesis. Therefore, it needs some requirements. They are explained as follow; •A new paragraph is used for each argument •Each new paragraph begins with topic sentence •After topic sentence comes the details to support the arguments •Emotive words are used to persuade the audience into believing the author. Reiteration : Restating the writer’s position. A conclusion summing up the arguments: In this way, the author restates the author’s point of view (thesis)/ reiteration. Furthermore, summary of what has been stated in the section above may be included here. Topic sentence
  4. 4. • Thesis : Introducing the topic and indicating the writer’s position. It consists of the author’s point of view (thesis), preview of the arguments that will follow in the next section, and a question or emotional statement to get audience attention. • Example: Cars should be banned in the city. As we all know, cars create pollution, and cause a lot of road deaths and other accidents.
  5. 5. • Arguments : Explaining the arguments to support the writer’s position. This part is significant to support about the thesis. Therefore, it needs some requirements. They are explained as follow; 1. A new paragraph is used for each argument 2. Each new paragraph begins with topic sentence 3. After topic sentence comes the details to support the arguments 4. Emotive words are used to persuade the audience into believing the author. For examples: • Argument 1 Firstly, cars, as we all know, give contribution to the most of the pollution in the world. Cars emit deadly gas that causes illness such as bronchitis, lung cancer, and ‘triggers’ off asthma. Some of these illnesses are so bad that people can die from them. • Argument 2 Secondly, the city is very busy. Pedestrians wander everywhere and cars commonly hit pedestrians in the city, which causes them to die. Cars today are our roads biggest killers • Argument 3 • Thirdly, cars are very noisy. If you live in the city, you may find it hard to sleep at night, or to concentrate on your homework, and especially when you talk to someone.
  6. 6. • Reiteration : Restating the writer’s position. A conclusion summing up the arguments: In this way, the author restates the author’s point of view (thesis)/ reiteration. Furthermore, summary of what has been stated in the section above may be included here. • For Example: Reiteration In conclusion, cars should be banned from the city for the reason listed. Thesis Arguments Reinteration
  7. 7. Find out Find out 1.In the writer’s opinion what do cars in a city couse? 2. What do cars emit? 3. who mostly are the victims in car accidents? 4. which paragraph tells you that cars also cause noise pollution? 5. what is the topic of the text
  8. 8. Simple Present • How do we use the Present Simple Tense? We use the present simple tense when: • the action is general • the action happens all the time, or habitually, in the past, present and future • the action is not only happening now • the statement is always true How do we make the Present Simple Tense?  Subject+ auxiliary verb (do/does)+ Verb1  For adjective we add present to be (IS.Am,Are) and remove do/does then followed by adjective There are three important exceptions: • For positive sentences, we do not normally use the auxiliary. • For the 3rd person singular (he, she, it), we add s to the main verb or es to the auxiliary. Sheti- use auxiliary does theyweIyou- use auxiliary do use to make negatif and introgrative sentences. • For the verb to be, we do not use an auxiliary, even for questions and negatives. But we use ARAMIS- Are,Am,IS Are=== theyweyul----------------- AM=== I-------------------------- IS===Sheti
  9. 9. Is Smoking Good for Us? Before we are going to smoke, it is better to look at the fact. About 50 thousands people die every year in Britain as direct result of smoking. This is seven times as many as die in road accidents. Nearly a quarter of smokers die because of diseases caused by smoking. Ninety percent of lung cancers are caused by smoking. If we smoke five cigarettes a day, we are six times more likely to die of lung cancer than a non smoker. If we smoke twenty cigarettes a day, the risk is nineteen greater. Ninety five percent of people who suffer of bronchitis are people who are smoking. Smokers are two and half times more likely to die of heart disease than non smokers. Additionally, children of smoker are more likely to develop bronchitis and pneumonia. In one hour in smoky room, non smoker breathes as much as substance causing cancer as if he had smoked fifteen cigarettes. Smoking is really good for tobacco companies because they do make much money from smoking habit. Smoking however is not good for every body else. Provide the title and the conclusion for the text. CONCLUSION
  10. 10. Smoking in restaurants is just not on. It must not be allowed because it is rude, harmful to others and dangerous for the smokers. Firstly, smoking in a restaurant is impolite. The smell of the smoke affects all people and can turn them off their food. People pay to taste good food and not to be put off by foul smelling smoke. Another reason smoking should not be allowed in restaurant is the harm it can do to others. Passive smoking that is breathing in smoke made by a smoker can lead to asthma attacks and even cancer. Finally, smoking is dangerous and a health risk to the smokers. Cigarettes cause heart and lung disease and people should not smoke anywhere, not just in restaurants. Therefore, smoking in restaurants is impolite, harmful to others and a health risk to the smokers and should not be allowed in any restaurants. Analytical betuknya terdiri dari: thesis (hal yang mau dibahas atau hal yg mau Persuade_kan), argumement( pembuktian/reason/pendukung thesis yg biasanya topic sentencenya langsung berada diawal paragraf, Paragraf ini muncul atau dapat ditemukan setelah thesis/paragraf1. Reinteration merupakan reforcemenet (penguatan kembali yang dimana theis itu disebutkan kembali dan semakin ditegaskan terletak di akhir aparagaf.
  11. 11. • What is the suitable title for text above? A. Smoking is health for us B. Smoking id dengerous C. Smoking in restaurant D. Smoking at home
  12. 12. FALSE
  13. 13. C.TRUE
  14. 14. FALSE
  15. 15. The synonym of the word dangerous in the text is……? • a) rude b) impolite c) health risk d) harmful e) disease
  16. 16. FALSE
  17. 17. FALSE
  18. 18. FALSE
  19. 19. C.TRUE
  20. 20. FALSE

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