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P.E.E.L. Paragraphs

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Jeremy Hart

on 18 March 2013

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Transcript of P.E.E.L. Paragraphs

Students should not be given homework. P.E.E.L. Paragraphs Point Make your main point in the
first sentence.
This is the topic sentence.
Do not give examples yet.

Explain/Elaborate Write what you mean in more detail.
Write your point in other words. Link Link your point back to the thesis statement.
This will sometimes require the use of a linking word, such as 'Therefore' or 'As a result'. Example Support your statement with evidence, examples and facts. P.E.E.L. Paragraph A primary reason students must not be forced to complete homework is that this interferes with their learning of essential life-skills. Children must be supported, not hindered, in developing skills in self-maintenance. Boys and girls should be given opportunities to play with their families, wash clothes and dishes, cook exotic meals and learn how to fix and maintain a house. They should not spend hours at home going over information they should be learning at school. Researchers have found that many children are finishing their school-education and even-moving out of home, without an understanding of how to look independently after themselves. They even found 72% of current school graduates do not know how to sew buttons! This should come as no surprise. With all the homework demanded of kids, when are they meant to learn skills such as this? Homework must be abolished as it does not adequately prepare students for real-life, and due to time commitments, often actually inhibits students from developing these skills. A primary reason students must not be forced to complete homework is that this interferes with their learning of essential life-skills. Children must be supported, not hindered, in developing skills in self-maintenance. Boys and girls should be given opportunities to play with their families, wash clothes and dishes, cook exotic meals and learn how to fix and maintain a house. They should not spend hours at home going over information they should be learning at school. Researchers have found that many children are finishing their school-education and even-moving out of home, without an understanding of how to look independently after themselves. They even found 72% of current school graduates do not know how to sew buttons! This should come as no surprise. With all the homework demanded of kids, when are they meant to learn skills such as this? Homework must be abolished as it does not adequately prepare students for real-life, and due to time commitments, often actually inhibits students from developing these skills.
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