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Writing3 Handbook(for esl students and teachers)

Writing3 Handbook(for esl students and teachers)

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Is purely to guide ESL students to a higher form of writing. Grammar tools is incorporated to writing to easily guide students for a better structure in their writing.
Is purely to guide ESL students to a higher form of writing. Grammar tools is incorporated to writing to easily guide students for a better structure in their writing.

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Published by: majunylda on Aug 09, 2009
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By: T. Ma. Teresa Walang
The key to a better writing is to know the necessary tools needed to produce and developa simple paragraph towards long essays”This module aims to equipped the students with the necessary technical skills inGrammar in developing their writing activities. With the Grammar rules guiding the students in writing they are expected to produce a better, well developed, and less error output. Also the techniques guiding them will also enhance their confidence to writeknowing what they have to avoid, what they need to watch, and what they can use inwriting. As a whole this module creates a better and well structured writing, a less stresson the writer on what to write and how to write, and most of all builds the students to bebetter writers not only in writing class, but in all areas of study that require them towrite.T. Maria Teresa Walang 
Features of Paragraph/Essay Processes and Development
Day 1
Topic: Definition of TermsObjective: To be able to understand the terms commonly use in paragraph and essaywriting, to be able to write easily and accordingly.Detailed ContentA. What is a Paragraph?According to Gary Forlini, Prentice Hall, Grammar and Composition, p.460, a paragraphis a series of related sentences that present a unit of thought. Marked by the indentation of the first word of the first sentence. A standard paragraph explains the main idea, usually presented in one sentence called the topic sentence. The rest of the sentences discuss themain idea adding specific information for effectiveness.B. Parts of a ParagraphTopic Sentence-points out the topic of the whole paragraph, and tells about thewriter’s purpose. This is can be at the beginning, in the middle, or at the end of the paragraph. In most paragraphs the topic sentence is at the beginning of the paragraph,on this case it serves as an opening to what is the paragraph is all about it also guidesthe writer in developing his/her paragraph.Support-explains the main point of the writer, and completes the paragraph content.Includes: Details, Facts, and Examples.Unity and Coherence-These two factors bring together the writer’s ideas, and relatethe sequences of information in logical order.Includes: Transitions and Conjunctions
Day 2Topic: Organization

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