Jawabanmu

2014-09-08T08:17:41+07:00
Mungkin anda bisa menuliskan paragraff tentang suatu rencana sebelum anda melakukan peristiwa.....mungkin seperti itu..
2014-09-08T08:55:03+07:00
Planning (making an outline) 
So, you have all of these ideas, you kind of know what to say, you know the basic structure of an essay.... so.... what do you do now? You need to work out what goes where. 
First, look at all your ideas and look for logical sequence. What is the first part of the answer that a reader should know? Sometimes this is obvious and sometimes it isn't. If all of the ideas look equally relevant, choose the one you feel will immediately hook the reader Don't choose the most dramatic one - build up to that. Choose one that will pull the reader in and orient them to your thinking and answer. 
Then, which one should go second? Which one would come naturally? Is there an idea which is really a partner to or extension of that first one? 
Do you have any ideas that are so closely linked that they need to go next to each other? Where in the overall scheme could they go? 
Do you have one big idea that can't be understood until other things are explained? It is probably best to save that until last. 
If you don't have a big dramatic idea like that, choose the one that is the last, logical part that the reader should know. What part of the argument do you want to leave them with?