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D A R N D 5 TYPES OF ESSAYS. D iscussive A rgumentative R eflective N arrative D escriptive. A rgumentative/ D iscussive 1. Speaking proper English 2. is no longer essential 3. in this changing world . 4. What is your opinion ?. Define what is proper English

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d a r n d 5 types of essays
D A R N D5 TYPES OF ESSAYS
  • Discussive
  • Argumentative
  • Reflective
  • Narrative
  • Descriptive
slide2

Argumentative/Discussive1. Speaking proper English2. is no longer essential 3. in this changing world. 4. What is your opinion?

slide3

Define what is proper English

and when the situations of speaking proper English arises

Do

  • ensure that SPEAKING is not the same as WRITING
  • choose either DISCUSSIVE or ARGUMENTATIVE formats
slide4

For :

This changing world is learning English as a main language for world communication. e.g. Singapore's main administrative language is English for such purposes

This changing world is becoming a global village for tourists to access the world

e.g Establishes Singapore's reputation for tourists as helpful and attractive

slide5

Against :

the changing world is increasingly looking to China as the next economy where English is not first language

the changing world is one that celebrates diversity

English is not the mother tongue of many countries – it becomes mixed with local dialects e.g. Singlish

slide6

Have your opinion of whether or not speaking good English is essential, especially from the point of yourself as a Singaporean.

slide7

Descriptive1. Good leaders are regarded to have qualities that many admire.2.Describe a leader3. who has been influential and admirable4. in your life.

slide8

Do not :

  • Use bad hats in history
  • Dodgy characters
  • Family members with traits with few people in the world would admire
slide9

Do

Use “safe” figures like coaches, mentors, parents

Describe in details their leadership traits and how it affected you

Focus on one particular incident

slide10

Discussive1. Students in the near future2. will have a greater say 3. in their school policies. 4. What are the factors that will lead to this result?

slide11

Do

  • assume that it will happen
  • it will happen soon
  • the good factors

- openness from school

- input from mature students

  • the bad factors

- overwhelming discipline problem

- student complaints

slide12
Narrative / Reflective1. Recount a time 2. when a missed opportunity3. turned out4. to be a blessing in disguise.
slide13

Do

Use situations like holidays or long awaited leisure trips

Gingerly use career promotions or meetings (with convincing

expression)

Focus on anticipation and benefits of the opportunity

slide14

Do not

turn it into a farfetched terrorist accident

exaggarate the “turn out” of the event

keep to details and elaborate on the character's emotion and response

slide15

Instead

stick to a believable storyline

what is the benefit of the blessings in disguise

use relational bonds or a crucial lesson learnt

wild card darnd leisure 1 what kind of format you are using 2 is the essay focused out of point
Wild Card (DARND)Leisure1. What kind of format you are using?2. Is the essay focused/out of point?
good points
Good Points
  • Relevant Introduction with definitions and interesting sentence structures
  • Reasonable Points that differ from each other
  • Clear Paragraphs that explore various points, or a good progression of the plot
  • Examples of general knowledge, or convincing experience in narratives (depth)
  • Comprehensive Conclusion to remind the reader of the argument or discussion, or lesson of in the plot.
bad points
Bad Points
  • Dodgy or boring Introductions that repeats itself again in the following paragraphs
  • Illogical Points & Plots that show no understanding of the question
  • Lack of Paragraphs
  • Lack of interesting vocabulary e.g. idioms
  • Farfetched experiences
  • No Conclusion
questions answers you can also speak personally with the teacher regarding more questions
Questions & Answers

You can also speak personally

with the teacher

regarding more questions.