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Unit 7 Process Analysis Paragraphs
Transcript of Unit 7 Process Analysis Paragraphs
•Be sure to include all steps and arrange them in sequence.
•Explain why each step is necessary, and include warnings where appropriate. Process analysis writing can take one of two forms:
(1) it can provide information about how something works (informative)
(2) it can explain how to do something (directive). Study the transition words
Transition Words Examples A process analysis paragraph is usually arranged in chronological order. In other words, the steps in the process are listed in the order that they occur in time. These items are also called transition words because they mark the transition from one step to the next. Unit7 Analysis Paragraphs First, (Second, Third, etc.) First, you must be sure …
The first step is to choose several schools …
Next, (The next step/thing) The next thing you should do
is to decide …
The last step (Finally,) The last step is to put the corner …
In addition, In addition, ask various school
officials and teachers to write letters …
Before Before you sever the coffee, …
After (When) When the foam appears, … Then Then remove the pot … •Define any terms that your readers may not be familiar with. •End with a specific resource. •Offer clear descriptions of any tools or materials needed to carry out the process. Process Analysis paragraphs contain a number of elements that are indispensable in this kind of writing:
Chronology – all actions are described in a step-by-step manner which means that the order of in which subsequent actions are described is analogical to the order in which those actions are to be performed; Let's do together in this example!!! Clarity – the instruction is concise and uses simples language. Process analysis paragraphs,
if composed correctly, will never be written in a descriptive or subjective language and will also avoid opinion-based stances Explanation – the paragraph explains how a particular result can be achieved. In order to write good paragraphs, you need to know how paragraphs are constructed and what types of paragraphs can be used in writing. A Unique Beverage
Turkish coffee is not easy to make, but the result is worth all the work. First, you need a special coffeepot called a jezve. This is a long-handled, open brass or copper pot. Next pour three small cups of water into the pot. Heat the water until it boils. Then remove the pot from the heat. Add three teaspoons of coffee and three teaspoons of sugar to the water. Gently stir the mixture and return it to the heat until you can see foam on the top. When the foam appears, take the jezve from the heat and hit it lightly with a spoon to make the foam go down. Next, reheat the coffee and tap the pot two more times, making sure to remove it from the heat each time the foam forms. Before you serve the coffee, give everyone a small glass of cold water to drink with the hot, thick coffee. 1. List the first five steps in making Turkish coffee. a.
e. 2. The process of making Turkish coffee includes more than ten small steps. Good writers do not always write one sentence for each small step. Instead, they combine some steps in longer sentences. Write a sentence from the paragraph that has more than one step in it. 3. Combine these two steps in one sentence:
Next, pour three small cups of water into the pot. Heat the water until it boils. 4. The author states that Turkish coffee is difficult to make. Find three examples from the paragraph that support this idea.