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Methods of Paragraph Development

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Methods of Paragraph Development

  1. 1. Methods of Paragraph Development Bendiola, Ivan C. Dinulos, Lyzza May A. Llamas, Jean B.
  2. 2. Methods of Paragraph Development 1. Narration Informal Components Definition - to tell story. Purpose/s Types a. Introduction - For clarifying a. First a and illustrating person b. Rising action abstract ideas b. Second c. Climax -emphasizing person important d. Denouement relationship. c. Third person e. Resolution
  3. 3. Methods of Paragraph Development 2. Cause and Effect Informal Definition - deals reasons results. Components with a. Reasons and b. Results Purpose/s -to explain conditions or events that cause a certain situation or may discuss conditions or events that result from a situation. Types N/A
  4. 4. Methods of Paragraph Development 3. Description Informal Definition - to represent the appearance of something with the use of words. Components Purpose/s a. Subject (Noun) b. Descriptive Devices (Adjective and Adverb) Types - To present a. Objective its subject for description the mind’s eye. b. Subjective Description
  5. 5. Methods of Paragraph Development 4.Analogy Informal Definition - an extended comparison between two unlike things. Components Purpose/s a. Figures of Speech (Simile, Metaphor, Metonymy, Synecdoche) Types To show a. Logic relation of likeness b. Rhetoric between two unlike objects. c. Linguistic
  6. 6. Methods of Paragraph Development 5. Comparison, Contrast Informal Components Definition - pointing out a. Similarities similarities and b. Differences differences, respectively. Purpose/s To give emphasis and explain the relationship between two things. Types N/A
  7. 7. Methods of Paragraph Development 6. Comparison and Contrast Informal Components Definition explains - Similarities how two subjects are - Differences similar or different Purpose/s - used to point out the similarities and differences between two objects, persons or places Types N/A
  8. 8. Methods of Paragraph Development 7. Classification Informal Definition Components - explains a - subject/ term subject by to be dividing into classified types or categories - its classifications Purpose/s Types to explain something by dividing it into types, groups, or categories N/A
  9. 9. Methods of Paragraph Development 8. Exemplification, Functional Analysis Informal Compone Definition nts - makes a point about a topic by providing examples to support it - explains how something works or exists as a unit - subject - examples - its functions Purpose/s Types - to support the point you are making about the topic by using examples N/A - to break down the subject into parts and explain how each part functions in relation to the operation or existence of the whole
  10. 10. Methods of Paragraph Development 9. Facts Informal Definition - usually includes numbers, statistics, or other settings that can be proved Components Purpose/s - subject/ topic - to provide information - data/ about certain information things or topic to be discussed Types N/A
  11. 11. Methods of Paragraph Development 10. Definition Informal Definition Components Purpose/s - gives a. Term - to provide meanings to meanings to terms or ideas b. Genus/ Class terms for better c. Differentia understanding Types a. formal definition b. informal definition

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