Whenever we refer to this triad (title, theme and paragraph), we relate it to the elementary parts by which all textual construction is made. Considering that this requires abilities on the part of the issuer, and that, mainly, it is composed of specific techniques, we will emphasize next on the importance, concept and application referring to the three previously mentioned elements.
Composition of a text
When it comes to the composition of a text, it is necessary, before any procedure, to know the subject on which we are going to speak. Together with this, and in an essential way, we list all the ideas and arguments that are peculiar to it.
Let us first focus on the theme, since it refers to the core idea, giving the issuer a range of positions to be discussed about a particular subject.
Contextualizing it to the cases of greater recurrence, we point out the majority of the public and vestibular contests, among which are available a multiplicity of collections, be they journalistic subjects, cartoons, cartoons, poems, fragments of literary works, among others. All portraying the same thematic unit.
Having defined the purposes for which they will focus directly on the presentation of ideas, it is time to focus on the title of the text, even though we already know that the theme is characterized by a somewhat broader scope. Already the title, synthesizes the idea now under discussion, individualizing it, becoming of fundamental importance for the textual production.
It is necessary that the same is in harmony with the theme and, especially, if it is attractive, in order to arouse the curiosity in the reader to interact with the discourse presented, since the coherence, one of the elements also considered primordial, begins the from the title itself. Hence the importance of preserving the essence, that is, the discursive intentionality itself.
Imbued with the objective of systematically understanding such aspects, we will consider the examples in evidence:
The influence exerted by the media in human coexistence.
Starting from this premise, we will try to delimit it in order to define a title:
Television as a guide to family relationships.
This time, we concluded that while the central issue remained intact, it focused more specifically on the effects related to television.
Given the complexity of the “architecture” of a text, we emphasize the composition of the paragraphs, responsible for assigning the ideas that, from a main one, are developed other secondary ones interconnected with each other.
These, aesthetically, constitute the whole text, which is why they must be well distributed, in order to logically and coherently portray the discourse addressed, thus promoting a true interaction between the interlocutors involved.