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Earl J. Noble. I rock, you rock, we rock together. Welcome!. How was your weekend?. Greetings [email protected] If you email me, please use the code in the subject line every time. Fantastic!. Email coding. [name] [class days] [class type] [room number] [keyword] Example:

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Earl j noble

Earl J. Noble

I rock, you rock,

we rock together.


Earl j noble

Welcome!

How was your weekend?

  • Greetings

    • [email protected]

    • If you email me, please use the code in the subject line every time.

Fantastic!


Email coding

Email coding

[name] [class days] [class type] [room number] [keyword]

Example:

Happy Girl WF 307 blog address


Earl j noble

Class Mantra

Take a deep breath and then say:

  • I love speaking English.

  • I am calm and relaxed when I speak English.

  • I am not shy or scared.

  • I am not afraid to make mistakes.

  • Mistakes help me to learn and improve my English.

  • I always try my best.


Previously in the course

Previously in the course

  • The Word

    • Truth-functionality of words

    • The definition of the word is the criteria for the thought you wish to express.

    • Appropriate words

      • Not “really, really big” but “enormous”

      • Not “sounds kinda true but not” but “specious”

    • Write what you mean, so you mean what you write.


Paragraph structure

Paragraph Structure

  • Topic sentence

    • The main idea of the paragraph.

  • Supporting sentences

    • Sentences that develop the idea of the paragraph

  • Concluding sentences/transitional sentences

    • Not necessarily used


Topic sentences

Topic Sentences

  • Topic sentences have two parts:

    • The topic

    • A controlling idea

  • Topic sentences are complete sentences.

  • Topic sentences should be general but not too general.


Good topic sentences

Good Topic Sentences

  • Example:

    Hye-jiowns a coffee shop in Gungdong that is popular with university students.

    Topic:

    Hye-ji

    Controlling idea:

    owns a coffee shop in Gungdong that is popular with university students.


Bad topic sentences

Bad Topic Sentences

  • Hye-ji’s coffee shop.

    • Sentence is incomplete

  • Hye-ji owns a coffee shop

    • Too general

  • Hye-ji owns a coffee shop in Gungdong frequented by university students who spend an average of \12,500 per visit.

    • Too specific


Supporting sentences

Supporting sentences

  • Supporting sentences develop the idea of the topic sentence by either explaining or proving the controlling idea.

  • This is usually performed by using statistics, examples , or quotations.


Good supporting sentences

Good supporting sentences

  • The average check of a student in a coffee shop in Gungdong is \3,500 but the average check of a university student in Hye-ji’s coffee shop is \12,500.

  • Hye-ji’s coffee shop is frequently busy when other coffee shops in proximity are empty.

  • “My friends and I love Hye-ji’s coffee shop.” said Eunjoo “The coffee is freshly roasted and the free wi-fi makes it a good place to study and relax.”


Poor supporting sentences

Poor Supporting Sentences

  • Hye-ji is a single mother and small business owner.

  • Hye-ji’s coffee shop puts up their Christmas decorations in October.

  • Hye-ji used to own bar but went into a drug rehabilitation program so now she owns a coffee shop.

  • Gungdong is not adjacent to KAIST.


Earl j noble

Hye-ji owns a coffee shop in Gungdong that is popular with university students. Hye-ji’s coffee shop is frequently busy when other coffee shops in proximity are empty. The average check of a student in a coffee shop in Gungdong is \3,500 but the average check of a university student in Hye-ji’s coffee shop is \12,500. “My friends and I love Hye-ji’s coffee shop.” said Eunjoo “The coffee is freshly roasted and the free wi-fi makes it a good place to study and relax.” With great coffee, wi-fi, and Chungnam University and KAIST nearby, it’s easy too see why Hye-ji’s coffee shop is popular.


Concluding sentences

Concluding sentences

  • Concluding sentences show the end of the paragraph has been reached.

  • Concluding sentences summarize the points of the paragraph or restate/reinforce the topic sentence.


Transitional sentences

Transitional Sentences

  • Transitional sentences introduce the idea of the next paragraph.


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