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Eng7_Types of Paragraph

Eng7_Types of Paragraph

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Eng7_Types of Paragraph

  1. 1. Paragraph
  2. 2. It is a part of writing piece that usually deals with one subject, that begins on a new line, and that is made up of one or more sentences.
  3. 3. Kinds of Paragraph
  4. 4. • It gives a vivid description of something or someone. • The words chosen in the description often appeal to the five senses.
  5. 5. • It can be artistic and may deviate from grammatical forms. • It does exactly what you think they do; they describe a person, an object, or a scene in detail.
  6. 6. • It narrates a scene or event in chronological order. • It tells a story. There is a sequence of action: clear beginning, middle and end.
  7. 7. • It explains or provides information about something, such as giving directions. • It often requires research, but it’s possible that the writer is able to rely on his or her own knowledge and expertise.
  8. 8. • It gets an audience’s understanding of and agreement with a particular point of view.
  9. 9. • It is useful when building an argument. • It often requires the collection of facts and research.
  10. 10. Descriptive Paragraph Narrative Paragraph Expository Paragraph Persuasive Paragraph
  11. 11. The type of paragraph you use will depend on your purpose for writing. • To entertain readers or express themselves, writers use narration or description. • Exposition and narration are used to inform readers about something. • Writers use persuasion to influence people.
  12. 12. Several paragraphs written about the same subject might be very different, depending on why the writers wrote them. The four paragraphs that follow all talk about roller coasters, but in different ways.

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