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Parts of a Paragraph

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Melissa Bordelon

on 10 September 2012

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Transcript of Parts of a Paragraph

Paragraph Parts Introduce the topic
Grab the attention of the reader
Set the tone for the paragraph Introduction Sentences "Waffles are better than pancakes for several reasons." "There are three great ways to eat peanut butter and jelly." "I remember my fourth grade field trip like it was yesterday." Give information and details
Tell the story
State an opinion Body Sentences Wrap up the paragraph
Restate the introduction Conclusion Sentences "As you can see, waffles are so much better than pancakes." My fourth grade field trip was so terrible, I'll never forget it! Waffles are better than pancakes for several reasons. First, the holes hold the syrup and butter in place. Second, they are nice and crunchy, but also fluffy. Lastly, the blocks allow you to cut them in to even spaces. As you can see, waffles are much better than pancakes! I remember my fourth grade field trip like it was yesterday. When we first got to the zoo, my best friend pushed me in the flamingo pond. After that, I dropped my ice cream cone. Right before we left, a peacock chased us down the sidewalk! My fourth grade field trip was so terrible, I'll never forget it! There are three great ways to eat peanut butter and jelly. One way is to mix it together and make a sandwich. You can also mix it together and put it on crackers. Another PB&J favorite is to eat it straight out of the jar. Now, you just have to decide which way you like to eat your peanut butter and jelly! Now, you just have to decide which way you like to eat your peanut butter and jelly! Ready, Set, Write! Pick an animal from your split-page notes and use the facts you wrote to write a paragraph. Include a total of at least 5 sentences:
1 topic sentence
3 (at least) body sentences
1 conclusion sentence
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