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Paragraph

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Paula Andrea Flórez

on 9 December 2013

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Transcript of Paragraph

Paragraph
Parts
Supporting sentence
Closing sentence
Narration
Persuasion
Sens of closure
Conviction
Description
To draw & paint
Real and detailed information
Sensory language- rhythm and sound of words
Little narrative
One-part-at-the-time
Process analysis
Clarity
Sequence of steps, then isolate them
Critics are good
Types
Exposition
Incidental part of a description or a narration, even the heart of an article
The place of quotes, credibility
Justify the main topic
Definition
Real life
Well define
Comparison
Make a chart
Chronological
Sequential
Organized specific details
Topic sentence
When writing a paragraph:

Remember to check
Content Strucutre Form

Introduction
Body
Could be
many
Conclusion
To make it possible
USE
Connectors
Chronological order
First
Meanwhile
Later
Afterwards
Finally
Objects in relation to one another
Next to
In front of
Beside
Between
Behind
In order of importance/ contrast
However
Furthermore
Yet
as a result
in fact
W
What you are going to write about
paragraph
paragraph
paragraph
Structure
other connectors

Comparison
likewise
also
too
similarily
Paragraph
Topic sentence
Introduction
First, Canada has an excellent health care system. Second, Canada has a high standard of education. Finally, Canada's cities are clean and efficiently managed
There are three reasons why Canada is one of the best countries in the world.
Body
Supporting
sentences
Conclusion
Closing sentence
1. As a result, Canada is a desirable place to live.
2. For those reasons, Canada attracts a lot of immigrants. Wouldn't you like to live there?
3. Canada is a great model for other countries to follow
Example
One idea is developed coherently in the topic sentence and is well explained in detail through the supporting sentences
One topic sentence
As many as supporting sentences as you need
A concluding sentence
Five space indentation
There are no lines or blank spaces between sentences
Check spelling and grammar
Thanks
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