Types of Paragraph Patterns

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Learning Objectives In this Unit, you will learn   Three types of meaning  Three basic paragraph patterns  Four types of transitional sentences
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Activities today:  Review Types of Meaning  Review Types of Paragraphs  Review “Some Words about the    Writing Process”
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Types of Meaning Stated Meaning The lexical or commonly accepted meaning of a word
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Types of Meaning Implied Meaning An author’s intended meaning
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Types of Meaning Inferred Meaning The reader’s applied meaning
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Three Types of Paragraphs  Pattern 1  Pattern 2  Pattern 3
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Three Types of Paragraphs Pattern 1 Places the topic sentence  at the beginning Sometimes called the  “deductive paragraph” The topic sentence is placed at the beginning of the paragraph—like
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Unformatted text preview: this. Three Types of Paragraphs Pattern 2 Places the topic sentence at the end Sometimes called the “inductive paragraph” The topic sentence is placed at the end of the paragraph—like this. Three Types of Paragraphs Pattern 3 No stated, but an implied topic sentence Key Transitional Sentences Thesis sentence Sub-thesis sentence Topic sentence Echo Key Transitional Sentences Thesis sentence Controls the development of the entire essay Key Transitional Sentences Sub-thesis sentence Controls the development of a section of the essay Key Transitional Sentences Topic sentence Controls the development of a paragraph Key Transitional Sentences Echo Repeats (echoes) a previously developed main idea or concept...
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