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General and specific statement

General Statements are usually the topic sentence or the main idea of the paragraph while Specific Statements are the supporting information for the topic sentence or main idea.

Example:
General Statement: Birds are Insect Controllers.
Specific Statement:
A 3-ounce baby bird will eat 5 ½ ounces of insects.
Birds eat almost twice their own weight.


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General and specific statement

  1. 1. Baseball PITCHER CATCHER GENERAL WORD SPECIFIC WORDS Refer to large classes and broad areas. "Sports teams," "jobs," and "video games“. Designate particular items or individual.
  2. 2. The country of Israel is now one of the most progressive countries of the world. It was born in 1948. Jews from all parts of the world came to settle in Israel. They cleared the land, they planted crops, they built industrial and manufacturing centers. Today, the income per capita of Israel is higher than most countries of the East. General statement or the topic sentence Specific statements or the supporting sentences
  3. 3. General Statements are usually the topic sentence or the main idea of the paragraph Example: General Statement: Birds are Insect Controllers. Statements are the supporting information for the topic sentence or main idea. while Specific Specific Statement: • A 3-ounce baby bird will eat 5 ½ ounces of insects. • Birds eat almost twice their own weight.
  4. 4. • The sky was a clear blue across which fleecy clouds floated. • Around us was a stretch of sand shimmering in the clear sunlight. • On our faces and foreheads blow the warm, summer wind coming from the sea. Directions: Identify the general statement and specific statements from the sentences showed on the screen by filling the diagram on the board. Write the general statement on the heading box of the diagram and specific statements on the boxes below the heading box. • It was a warm sunny day for picnic
  5. 5. Answer the following items to be flashed on screen by writing on the given strips of papers the appropriate word missing in each round. Then identify if the word is a general word or specific word by raising one of the placards given in your group written with word General Word and Specific Word. Each group is only given 5 seconds to answer each item.
  6. 6. VOWELS A E I O ROUND ONE: 5 POINT U 543210
  7. 7. TASTES SWEE T SOUR SALTY BITTER ROUND TWO: 10 POINTS TART 543210
  8. 8. SEASONS SPRING FALLSUMMER ROUND THREE: 15 POINTS WINTER 543210
  9. 9. SHAPES or FIGURES ROUND FOUR: 20 POINTS 543210
  10. 10. PRONOUNS HE SHE IT YOU ROUND FIVE: 30 POINTS WE THEY 543210
  11. 11. CONGRATS
  12. 12. 1. It is not hard to understand why he failed. He was naturally lazy and would not exert effort to study his lesson 2. We have many delicious dishes from different parts of Luzon. From the Central Luzon comes paksiw, milkfish cooked in vinegar and ginger with a dash of salt. 3. When family conflicts arise as a result of divorce, adolescents suffer. During the first year, these young people may be depressed due to conflicts between the custodial and non- custodial parents. 4. My hometown is famous for several amazing natural features. First, it is noted for the Wheaton River, which is very wide and beautiful. 5. Dogs are in many ways like human beings. When we like people, we smile at them; dogs wag their tails to express their liking for others. DIRECTIONS: Distinguish the following underlined sentences as either GENERAL STATEMENT or . Write only the correct answer. GET 1/2 SHEET OF PAPER
  13. 13. HOMEWORK: Construct a five-sentenced paragraph containing a general statement you like and specific statements to support the topic. Submit your homework via gmail at eduardamat@gmail.com.

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