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Paragraph DevelopmentNarrationExplain:Narrationis the use of a written or spokencommentary to convey astoryto anaudience. Narrationencompasses a set of techniques through which thecreator ofthe storypresents their story, including:Narrative point of view: the perspective (or type ofpersonal or non-personal "lens") through which a story iscommunicatedNarrative voice: the format through which a story iscommunicatedNarrative time: thegrammatical placementof the story'stime-frame in the past, the present, or the future.DescriptionExplain:Descriptionis the pattern of narrative development thataims to make vivid a place, object, character, or group.Description is one of fourrhetorical modes(also knownasmodes of discourse), alongwithexposition,argumentation, andnarration. In practice itwould be difficult to write literature that drew on just oneof the four basic modes.Description is additional narrationthat translates images and other visual information intospoken words so that people who are blind or visuallyimpaired can access, enjoy, and learn from works ofpopular, cultural, or educational importance. Description ismost prominent on video-based media (in movie theatersand on DVD/Blu-Ray and the web), where it is typicallyinserted into pauses between dialogue, narration, music,and ambient sounds in the original soundtrack.DefinitionExplain:Adefinitionis a statement of the meaning of aterm (aword,phrase, or other set ofsymbols).Definitionscan be classified into two large categories,intensionaldefinitions(which try to give the essence of a term)andextensional definitions(which proceed by listing theobjects that a term describes).Another important category
of definitions is the class ofostensive definitions, whichconvey the meaning of a term by pointing out examples. Aterm may have many different senses and multiplemeanings, and thus require multiple definitions.Classification and ExemplificationClassification:Classificationis a process relatedtocategorization, the process in which ideas andobjects are recognized, differentiated, andunderstood.We use categories or types in order to understand alarger concept. By breaking an idea down intosmaller parts, we are better able to explain the ideato others.Our choice of categories is driven by our purpose;for example, we may categorize cars by price andmileage before purchasing a car.The way we classify is called a principle ofclassification; for instance, a teacher might classifystudents by participation in class. Once you choosea principle of classification, you need toconsistently address that principle in each category.Exemplification: Exemplification, inthephilosophyof language, is a mode ofsymbolization characterized by the relation betweena sample and what it refers to. What is anexemplification/illustration essay? Exemplificationis a style of writing that uses examples to show,explain, or prove a point. You must employ a

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