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The Bath

my friends and I decided to give my smelly dog, Toby, a bath in our


backyard.
..we collected all the things we needed.We found soap, towels and a
old tub in the garage.
..we went to get Toby. He was no where to be found. We looked
everywhere.
we found him hiding under the car. We dragged him out and put him
in the tub.
..we put him in the tub and covered him with soap. Toby was not
happy!
..Toby jumped from the tub and splashed us with soapy water.
We chased him into the kitchen. Toby shook and shook. Soapy water was every
where. I don't think mom is ever going to let us wash Toby again!





The most important part of any piece of writing is the introduction. It gets the reader's attention
and is the determining factor in the reader's choice to continue reading; a dull, uninteresting, or
poorly written introduction voids the rest of the piece, as it simply won't be read. The second
most important part of any piece of writing is the conclusion. It sums up or concludes matters in
a satisfying way, and, as it is the last of your writing the reader will read, it is your opportunity to
make one strong final impression and leave your reader with something significant to think
about.
The third most important part of any piece of writing is everything else, but that's beside the
point.
The point is that it is important to think of your particular piece of writing as a structural entity
and to understand that paying close attention to the organization of your work is just as important
as paying close attention to the words with which you fill it. Writing with a careful eye toward,
and a solid control of, your work's structure not only gives your writing the credibility a more
lazily or haphazardly organized work would not be given, it also allows you to smoothly move
your reader through your text; to isolate, highlight, or build up to your most important points;
and to guide your reader toward your meanings. And that, combined with good, intelligent,
insightful writing, is what creates successful essays and papers.

Chronological order
In composition, a method of organization in which actions or events are presented as they occur
(or occurred) in time. In chronological order or time order, items, events, or even ideas are
arranged in the order in which they occur. This pattern is marked by such transitions as next,
then, the following morning, a few hours later, still later, that Wednesday, by noon, when she
was seventeen, before the sun rose, that April, and so on.
Narratives and process analysis essays commonly rely on chronological order.Chronological
order can suit different rhetorical modes or patterns of exposition. It naturally fits in narration,
because when we tell a story, we usually follow the order in which events occur. Chronological
order applies to process in the same way, because when we describe or explain how something
happens or works, we usually follow the order in which the events occur. But chronological
order may also apply to example, description, or parts of any other pattern of exposition.
Chronological order is one of the easiet methods of organization to master. chronos is a Greek
word meaning time. Chronological Order therefore, is way of organizing the ideas in paragraph
in order of their occurerrence in time.
Chronological order is used for something as simple as a recipe and for something as complex as
a history book. In academic writing, chronological order has many uses. One of the primary
ways you might use it to write a historical narrative about the subject of term paper. For
example, you might review the histry of labour unions before you discuss the current situation.

However, chronological order is not just for historical narrative, it is also used in
business, science, and engineering to explain processes and procedures. For example,
chronological order would be used to explain how to take a photograph, how to perform a
chemistry experiment, or how to set up an accounting system, Such paragraphs are called "how
to" or "process" paragraphs.

When should I use Chronological Order?

Use chronological order when you are describing a process. Chronological
order ensures that someone can repeat the process you describe and end up with
the same final result.
Use chronological order when you are writing instructions.
Use chronological order when you are telling story. When telling a story,
writers use chronological order to tell when events occur in the story. This is a
way to keep the story coherent, and it's a way to let the reader know what
period of time the story took place in. It tells readers how long the events in the
story took as well as when the events took place.
Use chronological order when you are telling about any series of actions.
Reporters and news writers use chronological order to describe events. Many
times the order of the events is important to the outcome of the article.
Use chronological order when you want to let your readers know that the order
in which events occurred is important to understanding what you've written.

School has increased in its difficulty over the years. In the past, kindergarten was carefree; all I had to do
was finger paint, crafts, and daily naptimes, which gave me the rest I needed. During my elementary
years, math went from adding and subtracting to multiplication and division, while I also studied states
and capitals. After that came junior high with its more advanced math, which also strengthened my
independent study skills. Recently high school has been the most difficult my responsibilities have gone
from naptime to chemistry equations. School has had a huge part in helping me plan for the future.
Chronological Transtition signals include the following
first, second, third; next; then; finally etc

I Went to the Dentist

Yesterday I went to the dental clinic. Id never been before.
The dentists waiting room had lots of magazines to read.
The nurse asked me to sit in the chair.
She pushed a button. The seat of the chair went up, and the back of
the chair went down.
I hung onto the sides.
The dentist put pink water in a little cup.
The pink water tasted like peppermint. (Do I swallow this?)
She said, Open up wide.
Then she examined each of my teeth.
She called out numbers, and the nurse put marks on a card.
The dentist asked me if I had brushed my teeth.
I said, I did once.
When she finished examining my teeth, she pushed the button, and
the chair went down.
The nurse gave me a letter to take home.
The letter said that I had to have two fillings.
Ive never had a filling. I wonder what will happen.