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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 Teenagers nowadays are more free to express their opinions . Do you agree?. Define “free”, “express”, “opinion” means. Nowadays : Write in the present tense

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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
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Define “free”, “express”, “opinion” means.

Nowadays : Write in the present tense

Teenagers : Confine your information within the age group

Do you agree : make your stand

slide4

For :

teenagers nowdays are more free to express their opinions because

  • public platforms for teenagers to express their thoughts, creativity e.g. youth campaigns, Noise
  • Media is catered to teenage the market and therefore, encourage their voice e.g. MTV

Education is challenging their ability to take part in decision making e.g. School policies

slide5

Rebuttal :

teenagers nowdays are

less free to express their opinions...

History of Student riots and protest

But today's government is more stable for encouraging teenage opinions.

slide6
DescriptiveConservation of old buildings today is important.Describe a heritage site and why you find it significant.
slide7

Use a real site for convincing reference

  • Describe in detail but focus on a few parts (not information brochure)
  • Talk about a certain part of the building that holds significance for you – (PAST TENSE TO MEMORY LANE)
d iscussive discuss the ways music and media are important influences in a young person s life
DiscussiveDiscuss the waysmusic and mediaare important influencesin a young person's life.
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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MUSIC AND MEDIA

- Music – sound, aural.

- Media – news, visual images

  • important influence

- affects decisions and outlook in life

  • Young person's life

- certain tunes or music e.g. Rock, Trance

- certain news or images e.g. MTV, entertainment

WAYS

- social network – mixing with interest groups

- family versus friends – negative / positive influence

- education and work choices – e.g. Fashion industry

slide10
Narrative / ReflectiveWrite about how a recent crime in a neighbourhood has created awareness abouta situation.
slide11

situation

everyone looks out for each other

free help to residents

Recent crime

past tense

not too long

neighbourhood

characters are close to each other in location

created awareness

everyone is alerted

posters and smses

wild card darnd boundaries 1 what kind of format you are using 2 is the essay focused out of point
Wild Card (DARND)Boundaries1. What kind of format you are using?2. Is the essay focused/out of point?
good points
Good Points

Bad Points

  • Dodgy or boring Introductions that repeats in the following paragraphs
  • Illogical Points & Plots that show no relevance
  • Lack of Paragraphs
  • Farfetched experiences
  • No Conclusion
  • Relevant Introduction with definitions and interesting openings.
  • Reasonable Points that differ from each other
  • Clear Paragraphs
  • Examples of general knowledge, or convincing experiences
  • Comprehensive Conclusion to round up essay