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PostSubject: Form and Content To Mark a Written Composition   Form and Content To Mark a Written Composition EmptyWed 27 Nov - 20:51

FORM & CONTENT
TO MARK A WRITTEN COMPOSITION

FORM

Presentation
- Indentation
- Capitalization
 - Spelling
-  Punctuation
– Word order
-  Coherence = (logical interconnection -unity in a written text 
- Logical organization
- Vocabulary choice
 - Fluency in writing
–Grammar
- Connectors
–paragraph organization

CONTENT

- Choice of the topic sentence
- Giving enough information to support the topic sentence
-Giving a clear and concise main idea
- Giving enough information to support the main idea
- Giving examples and arguments for the ideas expressed / Supported with specific [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
- Making the central idea clear / Clarity of the ideas expressed
- Summarizing specific information in the paragraph
- Each paragraph clearly related to the main idea
- Using appropriate supporting sentences
- Reinforcing ideas with examples
- Clear [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] from one paragraph to the next
- Unity of the paragraph
- No ambiguous statements
- Being specific and clear to the reader / [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] (to inform, entertain, evaluate, or persuade)
- Writing an effective [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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