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TEACHING PARAGRAPH WRITING THROUGH THE INTERNET. Benedict B.Dwijatmoko Sanata Dharma University Yogyakarta - INDONESIA. Course Identity . The second course in writing Given in the second or third semester Having two credits

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    1. TEACHING PARAGRAPH WRITING THROUGH THE INTERNET Benedict B.Dwijatmoko Sanata Dharma University Yogyakarta - INDONESIA

    2. Course Identity • The second course in writing • Given in the second or third semester • Having two credits • Aiming at helping the students acquire the skill to write paragraphs

    3. Paragraph Writing Knowledge • Type: declarative and procedural • Components: ♦Organization knowledge ♦Grammatical knowledge ♦Orthographical knowledge

    4. Organization Knowledge • concept of paragraph • controlling idea • major and minor support sentence • good development • unity • cohesiveness • genres (syllabus)

    5. Grammatical Knowledge • Sentence elements (subject and predicate) • Concord between subject and predicate, noun and pronoun, and noun and article • Verb: finite and non-finite • Order: head and modifier

    6. Orthographical Knowledge • Capital letter • Full-stop, question mark, exclamation mark • Comma

    7. Classroom Activities • knowledge acquisition • knowledge use • peer evaluation • self-evaluation

    8. Knowledge Acquisition • Understanding the concepts • Testing their concepts • Confirming the concepts • Evaluating the concepts

    9. Knowledge Use Writing the sample: • write controlling ideas and paragraphs • check the grammar • check the punctuation Paragraph requirement: at least 5 sentences

    10. Peer Evaluation • Rubrics: grammar and punctuation • Comments: organization skill Students revise their work.

    11. Self-Evaluation (1) Bases of Self-Evaluation 1. classmates' evaluation (rubrics) 2. classmates' comments (texts) 3. students' participation

    12. Self-Evaluation (2) • Grade they deserve • Reasons

    13. Advantages • Exposure to authentic texts • Analytical thinking • Grammatical awareness • Autonomous learning

    14. Website www.eltgallery.com

    15. Thank you very much E-mail addresses: • dwijatmoko@staff.usd.ac.id • dwijatmoko@eltgallery.com Website: http://www.eltgallery.com