ENGL 1301 PowerPoint 3 Paragraphs, Sentences, Diction, Tone, Style

ENGL 1301 PowerPoint 3 Paragraphs, Sentences, Diction, Tone, Style

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ENGL 1301 Effective Paragraphs, Diction,  Tone, Style
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Characteristics of Effective  Paragraphs Unity Topic Sentence Adequate Development Organization Coherence
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Transitional Devices Connecting Words and Phrases Repeating Key Words or Mixing Nouns  and their Pronouns Parallelism
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What Is Parallelism? Repetition of grammatical form to  express a series of equivalent  ideas.  It adds rhythm and  balance.  
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Introductions Engage Audience Announce Topic and  Briefly Acquaint Reader  with It May Directly State Thesis Can Map Out the Way the  Writing Will Progress  Usually Single Paragraph  for Short Essay, may be  more for a longer essay
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First Sentence of Introduction Engage the reader! Set the tone What Is Tone? Tone is author’s attitude towards the topic.  Tone of voice is conveyed through word  choice, syntax, punctuation, rhythm,  sentence length.
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This note was uploaded on 01/07/2012 for the course ENG 1301 taught by Professor Martak.moore during the Fall '11 term at Collins.

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ENGL 1301 PowerPoint 3 Paragraphs, Sentences, Diction, Tone, Style

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