I. Requirements for Writing Test in Week 9. . 1. Length: A five-paragraph essay in more than five hundred words in 110 minutes . . 2. The essay Type Argumentation or argumentative writing. 3. Readability: Clear, logical, flue
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1. Creative Writing & Its Skills
2. I. Requirements for Writing Test in Week 9
3. 1. Length: A five-paragraph essay in more than five hundred words in 110 minutes
4. 2. The essay Type Argumentation or argumentative writing
5. 3. Readability: Clear, logical, fluent and appropriate
6. II. Types of Essay 1. Description 2. Narration 3. Exposition 4. Argumentation
7. III. Process of Writing
8. 1. Collecting information as much as possible 2. Sorting out information 3. Drafting---Thesis, outline, writing 4. Revising or editing 5. Finalizing the copy
9. IV. Writing Techniques 1. Listing 2. Exemplification 3. Cause and effect 4. Comparison and contrast 5. Definition 6. Classification 7. Process
10. V. Technical Standards of Evaluation 1. Unity 2. Coherence 3. Transition 4. Conciseness 5. Emphasis 6. Variety
11. VI. Differences among Essay Modes 1. Descriptive to make a picture vivid to the reader (impressive & attractive, but not ordinary)
12. 2. Narrative --- to recount, or tell the reader what happened (facts-telling)
13. 3. Expositive (analytical) --- to make the reader understand by defining, dividing, illustrating, comparing & contrasting, showing causes & effects, following a process, analyzing and so on (cause-searching)
14. 4. Argumentative --- to win the reader’s agreement by defending a position (idea- convincing, or thought – provoking)
15. VII. Logical Relations among the Four Modes 1. Close to immediate experience are the descriptive and the narrative, because an experience is presented.
16. 2. Close to abstraction from experience is the argumentative, because a position is justified. 3. Between immediate experience and abstraction is the analytical, because ideas or things are explained.