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ANALYTICAL EXPOSITION

Arvin Widiawan

XII Science Program


Sekolah Indonesia Bangkok
Thailand
Definition

Analytical Exposition
type of spoken or written text that is
intended to persuade the listeners or
readers by presenting arguments
to analyze or explain ‘how’ and ‘why’
Purpose

To persuade by presenting arguments

To tell the readers that something is important


Generic Structure

 Thesis
Introduces topic and indicates the writer’s position.
The writer also outlines the main arguments to be
presented

 Argument
Shows a series of arguments that support the thesis

 Conclusion
In this stage, the writer restates his/her point of view
Language features

 SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE


example: In my opinion elementary school teacher works hard.
English is the world’s most important language.

 CONNECTORS
* to mention several parts of arguments
Firstly, … Secondly, … Finally, …
First, … Second, … also
moreover furthermore etc.

* to summarize or conclude the points


SUMMARIZING CONCLUDING
In short, … In conclusion, …
In a word, … On the whole, …
In brief, … Altogether, …
To sum up, … In all, …
etc.
 Emotive words
e.g.: I’m worried of his safety.
She felt in love with him since her first sight.

 Words that qualify statements


e.g.: My son's friend probably will eat at our house tonight.
We left for work at our usual time.

 Words that link arguments


e.g. : Firstly, add some sugar into the glass.
However, they have no other way.
Therefore, i have to go home before the rain.
Example
SHOULD CARS BE BANNED FROM THE CITY ?
Cars should be banned from the city center at least in the biggest cities
because they bring on more problems than benefits. Pollution is the top one major
drawback, along with traffic jams and a relentless decrease in local commerce.

Firstly, it is widely known that cars are responsible for the highest levels of
carbon dioxide emissions, the most common greenhouse gas.

Secondly, public transportation should be the priority mean of commuting. Even


after the implementation of urban toll, London and São Paulo have reached peaks of
immobility in their centers in the last decades. London has fallen back on bicycle routes
and São Paulo has tried hard to work up subway and buses lines.

In addition to that, local commerce looses pedestrians and consequently sales


volume decreases. Local residents are forced to move out of the city center making the
area much more devaluated.

In some conditions, cars can be good for us if we want to go to a far


destination. But, in the other hand, cars become not good for human health caused by
the carbon dioxide emissions. What can we do now is, starting using public
transportation rather than private transportation. So, we have to know how to use cars
wisely for our life.
Cars should be banned from the city center at least in the biggest cities
because they bring on more problems than benefits. Pollution is the top
one major drawback, along with traffic jams and a relentless decrease in
local commerce.

Firstly, it is widely known that cars are responsible for the highest
levels of carbon dioxide emissions, the most common greenhouse gas.

Argument 2

Secondly, public transportation should be the priority mean of


commuting. Even after the implementation of urban toll, London and
São Paulo have reached peaks of immobility in their centers in the last
decades. London has fallen back on bicycle routes and São Paulo has
tried hard to work up subway and buses lines.
In addition to that, local commerce looses pedestrians and
consequently sales volume decreases. Local residents are
forced to move out of the city center making the area much
more devaluated.

In some conditions, cars can be good for us if we want to go to a


far destination. But, in the other hand, cars become not good for
human health caused by the carbon dioxide emissions. What can
we do now is, starting using public transportation rather than
private transportation. So, we have to know how to use cars wisely
for our life.
Cars should be banned from the city center at least in the biggest cities
because they bring on more problems than benefits. Pollution is the top one major
drawback, along with traffic jams and a relentless decrease in local commerce.

Firstly, it is widely known that cars are responsible for the highest levels of
carbon dioxide emissions, the most common greenhouse gas.

Secondly, public transportation should be the priority mean of commuting.


Even after the implementation of urban toll, London and São Paulo have reached
peaks of immobility in their centers in the last decades. London has fallen back on
bicycle routes and São Paulo has tried hard to work up subway and buses lines.

In addition to that, local commerce looses pedestrians and consequently


sales volume decreases. Local residents are forced to move out of the city center
making the area much more devaluated.

In some conditions, cars can be good for us if we want to go to a far


destination. But, in the other hand, cars become not good for human health caused
by the carbon dioxide emissions. What can we do now is, starting using public
transportation rather than private transportation. So, we have to know how to use
cars wisely for our life.
 Simple Present Tense
 Pollution is the top one major drawback,…
 it is widely known that cars are …

 Connectors
 Firstly, …
 In addition to that,…
 In some conditions,…

 Summarizes
 So, we have to know how to use cars wisely
for our life.
 Detriment kerugian
 Perverse jahat
 Devaluated devaluasi
 Relentless tanpa belas kasihan
 Drawback kekurangan
 Implementation pelaksanaan
Sources

www.google.co.th
http://dictionary.reference.com/
http://understandingtext.blogspot.com/2007/12/what-is-analytical-exposition.html
http://typeoftext.blogspot.com/2009/01/analytical-exposition.html

Look Ahead 3 English Book


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