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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 Aiming at helping the students acquire the skill to write paragraphs
Paragraph Writing Knowledge Type: declarative and procedural Components: Organization knowledge Grammatical knowledge Orthographical knowledge
Organization Knowledge concept of paragraph controlling idea major and minor support sentence good development unity cohesiveness genres (syllabus)syllabus
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
Orthographical Knowledge Capital letter Full-stop, question mark, exclamation mark Comma
Classroom Activities 1. knowledge acquisition 2. knowledge use 3. peer evaluation 4. self-evaluation
Knowledge Acquisition Understanding the concepts Testing their concepts Confirming the concepts Evaluating the concepts
Knowledge Use Writing the sample: write controlling ideas and paragraphs check the grammar check the punctuation Paragraph requirement: at least 5 sentences
Peer Evaluation Rubrics: grammar and punctuationgrammar and punctuation Comments: organization skillorganization skill Students revise their work.
Self-Evaluation (1) Bases of Self-Evaluation 1. classmates' evaluation (rubrics) 2. classmates' comments (texts) 3. students' participation
Self-Evaluation (2) Grade they deserve Reasons
Advantages Exposure to authentic texts Analytical thinking Grammatical awareness Autonomous learning
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