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PEEL Writing Strategy:

A Guide to Organizing Evidence-Based Paragraphs
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Health Careers Center

on 19 September 2016

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PEEL Writing Strategy:
Point
This is the main topic of the paragraph. All of the information that follows will pertain to this subject, and the reader should be able to easily identify the thesis of the paragraph.
Example
This is the information that supports the main point you've made in the paragraph. When providing evidence, it is best to provide clear ideas.
Explain
Explain how you changed or what insight you gained through the example you have provided.
Link
Connect your point in the paragraph to the context of the next paragraph.
How To Write Evidence-based Paragraphs
My supervisor at the residential home taught me a very important lesson: helping someone and doing something for them is not always the same thing.
Tying shoes was just the beginning. I was able to assist other residents learn skills to continue developing independence.
As an occupational therapist, I will be a calming source of positive encouragement with residents and be supportive of them building confidence in taking on new tasks.
While sitting with Albert one day at the residential home, I saw his frustration as he tried to tie his shoes. My first inclination was to do it for him. Then, I realized it would be more valuable to support him through words of encouragement. Through recognizing his abilities and remaining patient, I was able to help him reach his goal.
At the residential home taught me a very important lesson: helping someone and doing something for them is not always the same thing.

I learned that it is not beneficial to tie a resident's shoes for them if they are capable of doing it themselves.
While sitting with Albert one day at the residential home, I saw his frustration as he tried to tie his shoes. My first inclination was to do it for him. Then, I realized it would be more valuable to support him through words of encouragement. Through recognizing his abilities and remaining patient, I was able to help him reach his goal. As an occupational therapist, I will be a calming source of positive encouragement with residents and be supportive of them building confidence in taking on new tasks.
Tying shoes was just the beginning. I was able to assist other residents learn skills to continue developing independence.
Point
Example
Explain

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