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DIVIDE AND CLASSIFY

Exercise 5
Forms of Government
Positive
Constitutional monarchy
Democracy
Republic

Negative
Constitutional monarchy
Theocracy
Dictatorship
Anarchy

Power Concentration
Shared
Constitutional monarchy
Democracy
Republic
Anarchy

Concentrated
Constitutional monarchy
Theocracy
Dictatorship

Exercise 6
Different Types of Students
I.
II.

III.

IV.

V.

Introduction
Intellectual
a. Activities
b. Personalities
c. Appearance
Sporty
a. Activities
b. Personalities
c. Appearance
Artistic
a. Activities
b. Personalities
c. Appearance
Conclusion

COMPARE AND CONTRAST

Exercise 7
Chunk Structure
Topic 1 : all points
Topic 2 : all points
Protons
Electrons
Protons are positively charged particles within the nucleus of an atom. The nucleus of
an atom always has at least one proton, and all atoms of the same element- for example, all silver
atoms have the same number of protons. Electrons, on the other hand, are negatively charged
particles that move around the nucleus. An atom may have on or more electrons and this affects
the overall charge of that particular atom.

Exercise 8
Point by Point Structure
Point 1 : Topic 1, Topic 2
Point 2 : Topic 1, Topic 2
Protons, Electrons
Protons, Electrons
Protons are positively charged particles within the nucleus of an atom. Electrons, on
the other hand, are negatively charged particles that move around the nucleus. The nucleus of an
atom always has at least one proton, and all atoms of the same element- for example, all silver
atoms have the same number of protons. An atom may have on or more electrons and this
affects the overall charge of that particular atom.

Exercise 9
Point by point Structure
I.
Introduction
II.
Materials
a. Greek : post and lintel marble
b. Roman : true arch and concrete
III.
Architectural order
a. Greek : Doric and Ionic
b. Roman : Corinthian
IV. Dedication
a. Greek : Athena
b. Roman : all the gods
V. Conclusion

DEFINITON
Exercise 10

Words history
Malaria is an infectious disease characterized by chills and fever and caused by the bite
of an infected Anopheles mosquito. The word comes from the medieval Italian words mal, which
means bad, and aria, which means air, describing the mist from the swamps around Rome. This
bad air was believed to be the cause of the fever that often developed in those who spent time
around the swamps.

Exercise 11
What Is Hope?
I.
Introduction
a. Attention-getter
Definition of hope
b. Thesis statements about hope
II.
Example #1
III.
Example #2
IV. Example #3
V. Conclusion

Exercise 12
How to Write an Essay
I.
Introduction
II.
Step 1 : research the topic
III.
Step 2 : brainstorming
IV. Step 3 : writing
V. Step 4 : revising and finishing
VI.
Conclusion

Exercise 13
Family meal
I.