BUSINESS REPORT WRITING. Mridula Joshi Associate Professor PGGCG-11. Contents. Meaning of Business Report Features Types of Reports Essentials of a good report Steps in report writing. Meaning of Business Report.By michi
Centuries of Viziers. Digital storytelling in presentation of cultural heritage: The case study of the Vizier’s residence in Travnik Vanja Jovišić Sarajevo School of Science and Technology. Konak in Travnik. Figure 1. Viziers Konak in Travnik, before it was torn down in 1950. Goals.By nishi
Teaching using active learning. Why should we use active learning?. Students find it ‘engaging’ and ‘enjoyable’ The focus is on the students themselves rather than the teacher Students who actively engage with the material are more likely to be able to recall information (Bruner, 1961 ).By angelo
31 July 2014. What is a Writing On Demand (WOD)? Name the different paragraphs and what they contain. List the process for completing a WOD (there are 8). What is annotating? Why do we have you do it? Name some symbols for annotating from your orange bookmark. What does each mean?By elwyn
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Paragraphs. Topic Sentences, Effective Text Divisions, Unity and Coherence. Pasco-Hernando Community College Tutorial Serie s. What is a paragraph?.
Paragraphs. Word. Sentence. Paragraph Story. Word. Oreos. Sentence. I like Oreo cookies. Word. Sentence. Paragraph Story. The parts of a paragraph are…. Topic Sentence Supporting Details Closing Sentence. Paragraphs are like Oreos. Crème Filling. Supporting Details.
What, Why, and How?. PARAGRAPHS. 9. Definition and rationale PIE paragraphs Creating Paragraphs Using the PIE Paragraph Approach Peer Response for PIE Paragraphs Topic sentences Transitions.
Paragraphs. When do you use them? Why do you use them? Hmmmmmm !. Remember! . T o p T i p s When you change the: To pic P erson Ti me P lace S peaker. Topic (Subject). However, in History lessons ... On the other hand, at a wedding ..
Paragraphs. Class 4 and Class 5. ANNOUNCEMENT. FINAL EXAM DATE: JANUARY 12, 2013 TIME: 10:00am-12:00pm LOCATION: AMPHI 4. Schedule Option . Last Class Session DECEMBER 19 th Optional Practice Final Exam and Review Thursday December 27 th Room 52 16:00-18:00
Paragraphs. Writing strong literary analysis paragraphs with embedded evidence. Tells what the paragraph will be about. In short answers it is the answer to a question or expresses and opinion “mini-thesis” What paragraph will prove. Topic Sentence. Comes from the text Paraphrase Summary
Paragraphs. Dr. Karen Petit. Paragraph Components. General and specific ideas A topic sentence Supporting points Specific details Organization Idea connections. 1. General and Specific Ideas. very general. General ideas are larger than specific ideas
PARAGRAPHS. Editing Paragraphs. Editing Paragraphs. What is the editing stage? The editing stage is when you check your paragraph for mistakes and correct them. Grammar and Spelling. 1. Check your spelling. 2. Check your grammar. 3. Read your essay again.
Paragraphs. Function Form Flow. FUNCTION. The function or purpose of a good paragraph is to introduce a claim and discuss textual ‘evidence’ relating to that claim
Paragraphs. What is a paragraph?. A paragraph is a group of sentences that explains a main thought. Paragraphs can be very long or very short, but normally are about 5-7 sentences. Paragraphs should be indented. Why write paragraphs?. Paragraphs are a small unit of a larger piece of writing.