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Expository Paragraphs

6th grade paragraph lesson including claim, clarifications, evidence, explanations, and conclusions
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Becky Mills

on 28 November 2016

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Transcript of Expository Paragraphs

Expository Paragraphs
Evidence
Explain
Claim
Clarify
(Claim, Clarify, Evidence, Explain, & Conclude)
One clear, general statement
T-transition
(comma,)
L-Lead-in
(back story or context)
C-Cite
(two direct or indirect quotes)
Explain
- Why is your evidence good?
Restate the claim in a fresh, new way
Add other insights and ideas
One more time!
Clarify
TLC-Explain
Claim, Clarify, TLC-Explain, Conclude
or
Transition words
One reason for the claim
TLC-Explain
Conclusion
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