Paradigm Analysis Paradigm Analysis Definition the process of dividing anything complex into simple elements or components; it is the systematic separation of a whole into parts, pieces, or sections. Characteristics Pattern One Introduction Characteristic 1 Characteristic 2 Characteristic 3 Summary Pattern Two Introduction Cluster of features 1 Cluster of features 2 Cluster of features 3 Summary Questions asked 1. What are its pieces, parts, or sections? 2. How may they logically be divided? Key words characteristics, feature, aspect, division into parts, section, sector, segment, element, member, component, constituent, portion, fraction, fragment, particle, entity, trait, particular, part, subdivision, unit, piece, detail, ingredient More key words whole, resolve, collectiveness, break up, aggregate, embody, mass, analyze, entirety, dissect, embodiment, compose, bulk, distinguish, totality, separate, unity, constitute, sum, partition Amazed Every time our eyes meet This feeling inside me Is almost when you touch me I can feel how much you love me And it just blows me away I’ve never been this close to anyone or anything I can hear your thoughts I can see your dreams I don’t know how you do what you do I’m so in love with you, it just keeps getting better I wanna spend the rest of my life with you by my side Forever and ever Every little thing that you do Baby I’m amazed by you The smell of your skin The taste of your kiss The way you whisper in the dark Your hair all around me, baby you surround me You touch every place in my heart Oh, it feels like the first time every time I wanna spent the whole night in your eyes I don’t know how you do what you do I’m so in love with you, it just keeps getting better I wanna spend the rest of my life with you by my side Forever and ever Every little thing that you do Baby I’m amazed by you Every little thing that you do I’m so in love with you It just keeps getting better I wanna spend the rest of my life with you by my side Forever and ever Every little thing that you do Oh, every little thing that you do Baby I’m amazed by you more than I can take Baby Sample Paragraph This poem is actually a song. This song means that someone has found true love.
The feeling that the person describes is talking about love. This feeling is the greatest feeling in the world. To feel love in your heart that is all a person could need to be happy. This poem just really means a lot if a person actually reads it and feels what the poet is actually saying. .
Paradigm Cause/Effect Definition Cause- a cause is a force or influence that produces an effect; it is an agency or operation responsible for bringing about an action, event, condition or result. Effect- a effect is anything that has been caused; it is something worked out, accomplished, or produced. Characteristics Pattern One Introduction Cause Effect Effect Summary Pattern Two Introduction Cause Cause Effect Summary Pattern Three Introduction Effect Cause Cause Summary Pattern Four Introduction Effect Effect Cause Summary Questions asked 1. What is its purpose? 2. Why did it happen? 3. What are its causes? 4.
What are its effects? 5. How is it related causally to something else? Key words Cause- origin, principle, agent, mover, influence, source, author, instrument, foundation, font, first, producer, prime, support, geneses, rational, intention, the straw that broke the camels back Effect- consequence, result, outcome, performance, handiwork, derivation, development, offshoot, outgrowth, end, production, creation, harvest, issue Both- cause, accomplish, make possible, thus, because, owing to, by means of, consequently, accordingly, bring about, follow from, result from, since, if, then, as a result, an account of, by the agency of, for this reason, produce, effect, do to, therefore, in effect, originate Sample Paragraph The main cause for water pollution would have to be from big factories and corporations. They will drain off all of there nasty pollutants into rivers and streams. These rivers and streams will then flow into major lakes and rivers and eventually into the oceans. This cause is ridiculous and should not even happen.
All it is, is a bunch of factories that are to lazy to clean all this junk their selves, so instead they dump the waste into the small streams thinking that nothing will happen. Paradigm Classification Definition process of grouping similar ideas or objects, the systematic arrangement of things into classes on the basis of shared characteristics Characteristics Pattern One Introduction (thesis + map) Type 1 Type 2 Type 3 Summary Questions asked 1. What are its types? 2. What are its basic categories? Key words kinds, sorts, types, classes, varieties, categories, sources, orders, clusters, groups, classify, compile, a symbol, string together, collect Sample Paragraph The people in English 111-01 look and dressed various ways. The day this assignment was made the writer was not there, therefore making him have to write about previous days he has been there.
There are always more women in the class than men. Usually some women about three or four are bummed out in there clothing. Meaning that they dress down. Then there is about four or five GQ girls in class. Meaning that they are all pretty looking. They guys always dress different also.
There is always at least one person wearing a hat. Then there is always one guy who is wearing nice clothes, and the rest always dress casual. There is a cluster of the same people in our class, yet there is variety of people who dress different. Paradigm Compare/Contrast Definition discovering the similarities and differences between two or more ideas, objects, or events. Characteristics Pattern One (half + half) Introduction (thesis + map) Subject 1 Characteristic 1 Characteristic 2 Characteristic 3,4,5 Subject 2 Characteristic 1 Characteristic 2 Characteristic 3,4,5 Summary Pattern Two (characteristics) Introduction (thesis + map) Characteristic 1 Subject 1 Subject 2 Characteristic 2 Subject 1 Subject 2 Characteristics 3,4,5 Subject 1 Subject 2 Summary Questions asked 1.
What is it like? 2. How is it similar to other things 3. How does it differ from other things? Key words Compare–similar to, like, correspond to, resemble, as, in like matter, likewise, similarly Contrast–differ from, however, in contrast to, on the other hand, on the contrary, in opposition to, after all, at the same time, for all that, notwithstanding, otherwise, nevertheless, less than, more than, unlike, although, and yet, but, in spite of, still Sample Paragraph Youth and age, there are so many similarities and differences within both of them. Youth is the great experience of ones life, a time to be carefree, do anything, have no regrets, and find what you enjoy. Age comes with wisdom and knowledge, along with different taste than before as well as the same. A few of these compare and contrast within youth and age will be given in this essay.
Paradigm Definition Definition setting bounds or limits to a thing, or idea, to state its essential nature, a kind of abstract description. Characteristics Pattern One Extended Definition Introduction (includes thesis and map) Meaning 1 (partial definition of key term) Meaning 2 (partial definition of key term) Meaning 3 (partial definition of key term) Meaning 4, 5, 6 Summary/Conclusion Pattern Two Extended Definition Introduction (includes thesis and map) Expansion of genus, species, or etymology Expansion of th …