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Two parts of a topic sentence (1) a topic and (2) a controlling idea
identify the type of writing: illustration and description description is detail that involve all five physical senses. Illustrations are abstract ideas.
Chronological order items, events, or even ideas are arranged in the order in which they occur
Spatial Order n this pattern, items are arranged according to their physical position or relationships. Top to bottom
climactic order items are arranged from least important to most important
Purpose The reason the writer composes the paragraph.
Tone The attitude the writer conveys about the paragraph’s subject.
Audience The individual or group whom the writer intends to address.
point of view refers to his or her position on an issue or, in other words, the author’s opinion or belief regarding an issue.
5 stages in the writing process prewriting, writing, revising, editing, publishing
prewriting techniques. freewriting, clustering, mapping, questioning, brainstorming
good writing techniques 5 senses, be specific, use comparisions, similes, metophores. Eliminate fluff words
pronoun agreement A pronoun usually refers to something earlier in the text (its antecedent) and must agree in number — singular/plural — with the thing to which it refers
Created by: TinaMarie