Analytical exposition is a kind of text that belongs to the type of argumentation text where the text contains detailed author’s thinking about a phenomenon that is around. The social function of this text is to convince the reader that the presented topic is an important topic for discussion or attention by way of arguments or the opinions that support the idea or topic.
To reveal the readers that something is the important case
Explanation about Generic Structure of Analytical exposition:
Arguments : The topic discussed by the author is a very important topic or need attention. In this section this section the author presents the arguments or the opinions that support the idea of the author, usually in a text. Analytical exposition have more than two arguments. The more arguments appear, the more confident the reader.
Reiteration : This section is always located at the end of the paragraph. Reiteration contains rewriting or replacement of ideas that contained in the first paragraph. Reiteration is also commonly called the conclusion.
- Using modals
- Using action verbs
- Using thinking verbs
- Using adverbs
- Using adjective
- Using technical terms
- Using general and abstract noun
- Using connectives/transition
Example of this Analytical Exposition:
|Thesis||Do you know if you are too fat, you may have serious problems with your health? A group of doctors wrote a report about some of the effects of too much fat.|
|Arguments|| One important effect is on the heart. If you are fat, your heart has to work harder. This may lead to a heart attack; or it may lead to other heart problem.|
In addition, extra fat can also change the amount of sugar in your blood. This can cause serious disease such as diabetes.
Furthermore high blood pressure is another possible result of being fat.
|Reiteration/Conclusion||More studies are needed about all these problems. But one thing is clear, extra fat may make your life shorter.|
The power of music in our life
Music is a way to express feelings. When we fall in love, the kind of music we’d listen to would be all about love. When we’re sad, we would go for music that is melancholic in nature and immerse ourselves in the sadness. When we’re happy, we’d choose songs with happy tunes too.
Song can help to memorize the last experiences. A favorite song is a powerful documentary. People with Alzheimer which are impaired the brain would remember details about songs they were familiar with. For example, an elderly woman who couldn’t even remember her husband’s name would remember the details of her favorite song; when it was played, how it made her feel and things about the song that made it especially memorable for her.
Further, music can unite people for a cause and changes the world. A song with good lyric and striking deep chord can stimulate the universal feeling of all people. We can see it in the case of the famous and legendary Michael Jackson’s Heal the World. It can arouse humanism of a lot people in this world.
So what would the world be like without music? It would be lonely.