English 2 Class 06.pptx - Class 6 September 9 12 2019 QUIZ Review Kinds of Paragraphs Fuel(Fun English Club Tuesdays 18:00-19:00 Tomorrow “Diversities

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Class 6 September 9 & 12, 2019 - QUIZ - Review - Kinds of Paragraphs
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Fuel (Fun English) Club Tuesdays 18:00-19:00 Tomorrow: “Diversities of Talents” with Pak Yosua.
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Homework Taking things from their companies are often not considered as stealing. The most common items to disappear are pens and pencils that employees stuff in their bags or briefcases. Another item is different kinds of paper such as little notepads and file folders. Yet another “innocent theft” is the long-distance personal phone calls. Those calls cost the company in two ways: they use company time for personal business, and the company has to pay for the calls. Finally, one of the more significant ways people steal is by taking home samples of the products the company makes: food, clothing, supplies, and so on. Employees seem to think they are entitled to these products, and even give them to friends. 1. Tuliskan TOPIC SENTENCE paragraph di atas . 2. Tuliskan TOPIC paragraph di atas . 3. Tuliskan CONTROLLING IDEA paragraph di atas . 4. Tuliskan layout/outline/ kerangka ) paragraph di atas. Ada empat (4) supporting ideas utama . 5. Jenis apakah paragagraph di atas?
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Essay, Paragraph, Topic Sentence, Supporting Ideas Essay Topic (of the essay) paragraph . . . ______________________________. ________________________ ________. ________________________________. _____________ ___________. ___________________________________________. _____________________. _________________________________. topic controlling idea Topic Sentence Supporting Ideas paragraph paragraph
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Last Homework People who keep guns in their houses risk endangering both themselves and others. Many accidental injuries occur when a weapon is improperly stored or handled. For example, someone cleaning a closet where a loaded gun is stored may handle the gun in such a way that it goes off and injures him or her. There have also been many reports of “crimes of passion” with guns. A couple with a violent history has a fight, and in a fit of rage one gets the gun and shoots the other, wounding or killing the person. Most common and most tragic are incidents in which children find loaded guns and play with them, accidently killing themselves or their playmate. a. Tuliskan TOPIC SENTENCE paragraph di atas . b. Tuliskan TOPIC paragraph di atas . c. Tuliskan CONTROLLING IDEA paragraph di atas . d. Tuliskan layout/outline/ kerangka ) paragraph di atas. Ada tiga (3) supporting ideas utama . e. Dengan cara apakah supporting ideas disusun? (space order, time order, atau order of importance?
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Order of Importance People who keep guns in their houses risk endangering both themselves and others . Many accidental injuries occur when a weapon is improperly stored or handled. For example, someone cleaning a closet where a loaded gun is stored may handle the gun in such a way that it goes off and injures him or her. There have also been many reports of “crimes of passion” with guns. A couple with a violent history has a fight, and in a fit of rage one gets the gun and shoots the other, wounding or killing the person. Most common and most tragic are incidents in which children find loaded guns and play with them, accidently killing themselves or their playmate.
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Order of Importance People who keep guns in their houses risk endangering both themselves and others .
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