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Formal Paragraph Outline

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Scott Futher

on 22 September 2015

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Transcript of Formal Paragraph Outline

Writing a Proper Paragraph
First Point
Third Point
Concluding Sentence
- P.E.E. Style:

- POINT -
make your first point that supports your topic sentence

- EXAMPLE -
include examples to illustrate your point

- EXPLAIN -
discuss how the examples/proof connect to the point
Second Point
- Repeat
P.E.E.
format for your second point
- Repeat
P.E.E.
format for your third point
- Restate your topic sentence by changing the wording

- Do not include any new information here
Topic Sentences
- Establish what your topic is and what you will be arguing
Transition Words
- First of all, secondly, in addition, lastly, finally, in conclusion etc.
Mr. Futher
And then,
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