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My clsaa review on 2015 nov 19

Class Review

EW2-047 14010687 Kim JiHye


Index

Index

What is Opinion?

Pre-writing step

Using an adjective clause

Extra & Necessary information

Opinion writing format

Reference


What is opinion

What Is Opinion?

A belief, judgment, or way of thinking about particular issue : what someone thinks about a particular thing

Ex)

The sunrise was beautiful this morning.

Using a cell phone while driving is dangerous.


Pre writing step

Pre-writing Step

Before we write opinion paragraph, we have to do pre-writing.

Identify an issue.

Summarize the main points of issue.

State your opinion.

Give reasons/examples to back/support your opinion.

Find an issue

Understand the main points


Pre writing step1

Pre-writing Step

What are the three main points?


Using adjective clause

Using Adjective Clause

Gary is my English Composition teacher.

Gary has visited over thirty countries.

Gary, who is my English Composition teacher, has visited over thirty countries, said, ”….”

Using an adjective clause to give additional information


Extra necessary information

Extra & Necessary Information

Necessary information to identify person

Extra information about her


Examples

Examples

JamilaHadded ran away from home last week. Jamila is a high school student in Chicago.

JamilaHadded, who is a high school student in Chicago, ran away from home last week.

She run away to avoid a marriage. The marriage was arranged by her parents.

She run away avoid a marriage which was arranged by her parents.

Mr. and Mrs. Haddad are very traditional. Mr. and Mrs. Haddad are from Lebanon.

Mr. and Mrs. Haddad, who are from Lebanon, are very traditional.

Extra information

Necessary information

Extra information


Examples1

Examples

Jamila is the oldest daughter in the Haddad family. The Haddad family immigrated to this country seven years ago

Jamila is the oldest daughter in the Haddad family, who immigrated to this country seven years ago

Her parents want her to marry a man. The man is thirty-two-years old.

Her parents want her to marry a man who is thirty-two-years old.

The husband –to-be lives in Lebanon. Lebanon is a country in the Middle East.

The husband –to-be lives in Lebanon, which is a country in the Middle East.

Extra information

Necessary information

Extra information


Examples2

Examples

Jamila ran away from home rather than marry the man. She wants to go to college in her new country.

Jamila, who wants to go to college in her new country, ran away from home rather than marry the man.

Mr. and Mrs. Haddad don’t understand why she ran away. Mr. and Mrs. thought they had arranged a good future for their daughter.

Mr. and Mrs. Haddad, who had arranged a good future for their daughter, don’t understand why she ran away.

Extra information

Extra information


Examples3

Examples

What is the issue of Jamila story?

-Do children have to follow their parent’s traditions?

-Do parents have to right to determine their children’s future?

-Is it ok to force someone to marry a much older person?


Opinion writing format

Opinion Writing Format

O State your opinion

R Give a reason

E Give examples

O Re-state your opinion


References

References

What is Opinion?

(n.d.). Retrieved November 18, 2015, from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/opinion

Hogue, A. (1996). First steps in academic writing (7th ed., p. 149). White Plains, NY: Longman

Pre-writing step

Hogue, A. (1996). First steps in academic writing (7th ed., p. 37). White Plains, NY: Longman

Salary Comparison. (n.d.). Retrieved November 18, 2015, from http://www.salarycomparison.com/transportation/flight-attendant-salary

Extra & Necessary information

Hogue, A. (1996). First steps in academic writing (7th ed., p. 160,163-164). White Plains, NY: Longman

Opinion writing format

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My clsaa review on 2015 nov 19

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