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Organization & Connection
Compare & Contrast Organization
This is an organization where a writer would compare, showing the similarities of two topics, and contrast, showing the differences of two topics, in their paper. This organization can help a writer to argue a point of view of two topics, and expand on it.
Problem & Solution Organization
Chronological Order is when your essay is arranged in order of time of occurrence.
Chronological Order is connected to organization and connections because this is a way that we organize our essays. Chronological Order usually fits in narration because when telling a story, we follow the order in which things happen.
Definition: Persuasive - good at persuading someone to do or believe something through reasoning or the use of temptation
Persuasive essay is one that you write to convince readers that your opinion is right, or to persuade readers to take action. To create a successful piece of persuasive essays, you need to present a logical argument and provide valid evidences. Persuasive essays you want to intentionally build up toward a climax. First, you should start by introducing the topic you are writing about and give some background. Second, you should start describing you topic to let everyone know your topic a little better. After that, the next best thing to do is by going deeper into your topic and a little more specific as you explain further. For example, if you are trying to sell something you believe is needed for college students, you would start by describing what you will be talking about, what the product can do for you, how the product can improve student’s life style, and why students should buy the product. The way to persuade people is by presenting the information a little at a time. Like the example I have provided above, you should give the information a little at a time, just enough to keep your audience interested for more. From then on, you should give even more specific information to build up your audience’s interest. When the audience’s interests are at the top or to the fullest, you would seal the deal by giving out the conclusion or the best information that needs to be presented
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Persuasive Organization Example 1
Persuasive Organization Example 2
Problem&Solution Example 1
Problem&Solution Example 2
Chronological Example 1
Chronological Example 2
Compare&Contrast Example 1
Compare&Contrast Example 2
Classification Example 2:
Classification Example 1:
Types of Computers
There are a lot of terms used to describe computers. Most of these words imply the size, expected use or capability of the computer. While the term “computer” can apply to virtually any device that has a microprocessor in it, most people think of a computer as a device that receives input from the user through a mouse or keyboard, processes it in some fashion and displays the result on a screen. Computers can be divided into five according to the purpose they are used for and their capabilities.
The most familiar type of microprocessor is the personal computer (PC). It designed for general use by a single person. While a Mac is also a PC, most people relate the term with systems that run the Windows operating system. PCs were first known as microcomputers because they were a complete computer but built on a smaller scale than the huge systems in use by most businesses. A PC can come in two types (three if we include the Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) that differ from PCs not by the working policy but in appearance as well.): Desktop and laptop. The former is not designed for portability. The expectation with desktop systems is that you will set the computer up in a permanent location. Most desktops offer more power, storage and versatility for less cost than their portable brethren. On the other hand, the laptops - also called notebooks - are portable computers that integrate the display, keyboard, a pointing device or trackball, processor, memory and hard drive all in a battery-operated package slightly larger than an average hardcover book.
Another purpose for using a microprocessor is as a workstation. The computers used for this purpose have a more powerful processor, additional memory and enhanced capabilities for performing a special group of task, such as 3D Graphics or game development.
A computer can also be used as a server. For this, it needs to be optimized to provide services to other computers over a network. Servers usually have powerful processors, lots of memory and large hard drives.
A fourth type, a main frame is the heart of a network of computers or terminals which allows hundreds of people to work at the same time on the same data. It is indispensable for the business world.
Sometimes, computers can be used for specialized fields as well. The supercomputer is the top of the heap in power and expense. It is used for jobs that take massive amounts of calculating, like weather forecasting, engineering design and testing, serious decryption, and economic forecasting.
With the increasing demand in different specialties, new adjustments are being made to microprocessors and new types of computers that serve different purposes emerge. In this ongoing process, it would not possible to put a full stop here. What we suggest is that it is better to keep en eye on the development of science in this field and keep updating our knowledge in order not to be out-of-date like the computers of old times that were as big as a room.
Classification organization is where the writer organizes or sorts things into categories, then define the characteristics of that category.
This is a classification organization essay because of how each paragraph is about its own category, yet, still connected to the topic of computers
Explanation for EX1:
The cloning of Dolly involved several steps. First, cells that had previously been taken from Dolly's mother were starved for five days, which caused them to stop dividing. This Interruption of the cells' divison cycle made it easier for them to reprogram themselves to start growing a new organism. After five days, the nuclei of these cell were removed and transferred into an unfertilized sheep egg, from which the natural nucleus had previously been removed. in the next step. the egg was grown in the laboratory for a period of time. Then the egg was implanted into a different sheep, where it grew normally. When the sheep finally gave birth, the lamb was an exact genetic copy, or clone, of the sheep that had provided the transferred nucleus,not of the sheep that provided the egg.
In the relatively short span of sixty years,there has been an incredible evolution in the size and capabilities of computer.Today, computer chips smaller than the tip of your fingernail have the same capabilities as the room-sized machines of years ago.The first computer wrere developed around 1945. They were so large that they required special air-conditioned rooms. About twenty years later, in the 1960s, desk-sized computers were developed. This represented a gigantic advance. Before the end of that same decade, however, a third generation of computer,which used simple integrated circuits and which were even smaller and faster, had appeared. In 1971, the first microprocessor,less thanone square centimeter in size, was developed. Today modern microprocessors contain as many as 10 million microprocessors doubles every eighteen months.
Problem and solution is one of many organizations in academic essay. It is where writers recognize and state the problems, then promote or suggest one or more solutions to solve it. The problem can be defined in the introduction paragraph followed by its solutions. There can be more than one problem and more than one solution. There are several strategies for writers to organize the essay: problem-solution-problem-solution or problems-solutions, or problem-solution-solution and more.
This is a chronological essay because it goes in the order of how cloning began and finishes off with how the egg was made into two.
Explanation for Example 1:
Explanation for example 2:
This is a chronological essay because it talks about how the computer is today and how it was in the past.
Next, school uniforms do not allow students to express themselves.
Teenagers are at an age where they are trying to establish their identity. Is it fair to prevent them from exploring
self-expression by making them wear uniforms?
By taking away a student’s right to choose
what to wear, we also take away the opportunity to express oneself. For example, if a young woman is very interested in becoming a fashi
on designer, she may begin to take home economics classes and train herself to make clothes and create patterns. If that were true, shewould definitely want to wear her own creations to school; this would allow her to show off her achievements and gauge her peers’ responses to her newly created clothes. However, if she were
a student who was forced to wear uniforms, she would not be able to express herself in this manner. To take that right away from America’s youth is an injustice.
Finally, one of the most attractive features of cats as a house pet is their ease of cares. Cats do not have to be walked. They get plenty of exercise in the house as they play, and they do their business in their litter box. Cleaning the litter box is quick, painless procedure. Cats also take care of their own grooming. Bathing a cat is almost never necessary because under ordinary circumstances cats clean themselves. Cats are more particular about personal cleanliness than people are. In addition, cats can be left alone at the house for a few hours without fear. Unlike some pets, cat will not destroy the furnishings when left alone. They are content to go about their usual activities until their owners return.
This argumentative essay is using persuasive organization. I am using this essay as an example to show my peer what arguing against specific topic.
This example represents argumentative essay with persuading for an idea. I am using this example to show my peer what persuading for a topic or idea.
Shopping at the Pig
Working part-time as a cashier at the Piggly Wiggly has given me a great opportunity to observe human behavior. Sometimes I think of the shoppers as white rats in a lab experiment, and the aisles as a maze designed by a psychologist. Most of the rats--customers, I mean--follow a routine pattern, strolling up and down the aisles, checking through my chute, and then escaping through the exit hatch. But not everyone is so dependable. My research has revealed three distinct types of abnormal customer: the amnesiac, the super shopper, and the dawdler.
The amnesiac stops his car in the loading zone, leaves the engine running with the keys locked inside, and tries to enter the store by crashing into the exit door. After dusting himself off and slipping through the entrance, he grabs a cart and begins hurtling down the aisles against the normal flow of traffic. "Peaches or potatoes?" he mutters to himself. "Doughnuts or Ding Dongs?" He has, of course, left his shopping list at home. When he finally makes it to my register and starts unloading the cart, he suddenly remembers the jug of milk or the loaf of bread that brought him here in the first place. He then resumes his race around the store while the customers waiting in line begin to grumble, tap their feet, and rattle the rack of Stars and National Enquirers. Inevitably, of course, when it comes time to pay for the goods, the amnesiac discovers that he has left his wallet at home. Without saying a word, I void his receipt and lend him a coat hanger.
The super shopper has been planning her assault for days. She enters the store with a pocketbook on her arm, a coupon purse around her neck, a calculator in her pocket, and in her hand a shopping list that makes the Dewey Decimal System look downright chaotic. With military-like efficiency, she trundles her cart from one sale item to another, carefully organizing them in her basket by size, weight, and shape. Rarely, however, does she make it through the store without a breakdown: either the Charmin has been moved to a different shelf or else some poor stock clerk has forgotten to replenish a supply of Cool Ranch Doritos. Usually the manager has to be called in to settle her down and set her back on course. Then, when she reaches my lane, she begins barking orders: "Double bag the Creamsicles! Twelve-cents off on Jell-O! Don't put the grapes in with the Nutty Ho Hos!" In the meantime, she glares at the prices blinking on the register, just waiting to pounce on me for making an error. If my total doesn't match the one on her calculator, she insists on a complete recount. Sometimes I make up the difference myself just to get her out of the store.
The dawdler wanders in as if he had been looking for the library and arrived here by mistake. He tours the aisles slowly, pausing often to read a box of Froot Loops, squeeze a dinner roll, or sniff one of those lemon-scented rubber blobs of room freshener. However, he seldom ends up buying many of the things he picks up. When he finally strolls up to the checkout, the dawdler likes to settle in for a chat--about my hair style, his bunions, or that nice Yanni tune tinkling out of the ceiling speakers. Although the people waiting behind him in line are fuming, I try to be friendly, knowing that this must be the major social event of the dawdler's week.
To be truthful, most of the people who pass through my checkout are quietly efficient and polite--and a little boring. Though the abnormal ones may try my patience, they also help to make a dull job more interesting. So, for your own amusement keep an eye out for these characters the next time you pull into the parking lot of the Piggly Wiggly: a fellow trying to unlock his car with a coat hanger, a woman fussing at the bag boy for squashing a grape, and a sweet old man who may try to tell you about the arthritis in his knees or the expiration date on his buttermilk.
Explanation for EX2:
In this essay it is organized by types of shoppers, which is considered a classification organization because of how each paragraph is about its own category. Even though each paragraph is about it's own category, they all still talk about shoppers at stores, which is the connection.
Organization and connection is important when writing an essay. One must know how to organize their paper in a way that can help portray his or her purpose. Organization can help writers present their ideas in a clear way. Connection in a paper is dependent on the transition from paragraph to paragraph; how it flows. For further information, we will present to you different types of organization and their connections that you can use to convey your ideas and thoughts when writing your paper.
In this essay it is comparing and contrasting comic book hero's with mythology. It gives you the differences and similarities of the two topic. The way the writer transition into the next paragraph or starts his or her paper is really smooth. It connects the paragraphs to each other.
Example 2 Explanation
You see this photo of the apple and orange, right? Well, compare and contrast it! You can compare the two fruits by saying that they are both round, edible, very juicy, and healthy. You can also contrast the two fruits by saying that one is red and the other is orange. The way how we have just compare and contrast the apple and the orange is a what compare and contrast organization is.
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