•ice
•male
•knight
•waste
DRAW THE FOLLOWING
Why do we
describe
things?
Descriptive
Essay
Descriptive Essay
Descriptive Essay
Descriptive Essay
•to sell
•to warn
•to inform
•to evoke certain emotion
Descriptive Essay
Descriptive Essay
Evocative
Informative
EVOCATIVE
•Aims to stir up
emotions through
details
EVOCATIVE
• The Great Wall of China which was built
in the time of Emperor Shi Huang Ti is
the only man-made structure tha...
EVOCATIVE
Everyone’s jaw dropped and
stood for a moment when
three students were shot the
other night. The incident got
ev...
Informative
•helps the readers to
understand how a
piece of equipment
works
Tips in Writing a Static Description
1. Decide on the type
of description you
need depending on
the purpose.
2. Understand
what your readers
need to know.
Tips in Writing a Static Description
3. As much as
possible, use a
layman’s term.
Tips in Writing a Static Description
4. Use words that
will help your
readers visualize
the image.
Tips in Writing a Static Description
Write a five-paragraph
descriptive essay using
evocative and informative
description.
Portfolio Writing Task 1
(Descriptiv...
• Person (Family Member, Friend, Classmate)
• Place
• Experience
References:
• Plata, Sterling M., et.al. (2006). Keys to Critical
Reading and Writing I. English Proficiency and
Personal ...
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  1. 1. •ice •male •knight •waste DRAW THE FOLLOWING
  2. 2. Why do we describe things?
  3. 3. Descriptive Essay
  4. 4. Descriptive Essay
  5. 5. Descriptive Essay
  6. 6. Descriptive Essay
  7. 7. •to sell •to warn •to inform •to evoke certain emotion Descriptive Essay
  8. 8. Descriptive Essay Evocative Informative
  9. 9. EVOCATIVE •Aims to stir up emotions through details
  10. 10. EVOCATIVE • The Great Wall of China which was built in the time of Emperor Shi Huang Ti is the only man-made structure that can be seen from outer space. The Great Wall, that extends to several provinces in China, was the result of the labor of thousands of Chinese.
  11. 11. EVOCATIVE Everyone’s jaw dropped and stood for a moment when three students were shot the other night. The incident got everyone’s knees shaking and trembling.
  12. 12. Informative •helps the readers to understand how a piece of equipment works
  13. 13. Tips in Writing a Static Description 1. Decide on the type of description you need depending on the purpose.
  14. 14. 2. Understand what your readers need to know. Tips in Writing a Static Description
  15. 15. 3. As much as possible, use a layman’s term. Tips in Writing a Static Description
  16. 16. 4. Use words that will help your readers visualize the image. Tips in Writing a Static Description
  17. 17. Write a five-paragraph descriptive essay using evocative and informative description. Portfolio Writing Task 1 (Descriptive Essay)
  18. 18. • Person (Family Member, Friend, Classmate) • Place • Experience
  19. 19. References: • Plata, Sterling M., et.al. (2006). Keys to Critical Reading and Writing I. English Proficiency and Personal Leadership Workbook for College Success. (2nd ed.). Laguna: Trailblazer Publications. • http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/ 685/03/

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