From Paragraph to Essay

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PowerPoint Presentation: Turn on your speakers to hear the explanations. Then click to go to the next slide. From paragraph to essay Paragraph: An essay introduction begins with a hook which should get the readers’ interest and warm them up to the topic. Then put more information about the topic which will lead the reader toward the thesis statement. This part may be one or several sentences. The last sentence of the introduction should be the thesis statement. The first topic sentence can go right here. Then there should be some details or explanations of the first sentence of a body paragraph. The next sentence will offer one major support for the topic sentence. After that, there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a second major piece of support for he support. The next sentence will offer a third major support for the topic sentence. Then details or explanations will follow. You might end with a concluding sentence. The second topic sentence will announce the topic of the second body paragraph. The next sentence will offer one major support for the topic sentence. After that, there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a second major piece of support for the topic sentence. Then there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a third major support for the topic sentence. Then details or explanations will follow. You might end with a concluding sentence. Finally, the third topic sentence will clearly state the topic of the last body paragraph. The next sentence will offer one major support for the topic sentence. After that, there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a second major piece of support for the topic sentence. Then there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a third major support for the topic sentence. Then details or explanations will follow. You might end with a concluding sentence. A concluding paragraph should start to bring the topic to an end. Sometimes the conclusion reminds readers why the topic is relevant or important. The thesis statement should be restated in different words. The conclusion should end with a final thought for the readers to consider. Paragraph A topic sentence is the first sentence of a paragraph. The next sentence will offer one major support for the topic sentence. After that, there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a second major piece of support for the topic sentence. Then there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a third major support for the topic sentence. Then details or explanations will follow. At the end, a concluding sentence will get back to the big idea of the whole paragraph. Essay PowerPoint Presentation: 1 . Introduction 2. Body 3. Conclusion 1 . Introduction 2. Body 3. Conclusion ( topic sentence) (sentences with examples and details) (paragraphs with examples and details) (paragraph) (paragraph) (sentence ) Paragraph Essay Paragraph: An essay introduction begins with a hook which should get the readers’ interest and warm them up to the topic. Then put more information about the topic which will lead the reader toward the thesis statement. This part may be one or several sentences. The last sentence of the introduction should be the thesis statement. The first topic sentence can go right here. Then there should be some details or explanations of the first sentence of a body paragraph. The next sentence will offer one major support for the topic sentence. After that, there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a second major piece of support for he support. The next sentence will offer a third major support for the topic sentence. Then details or explanations will follow. You might end with a concluding sentence. The second topic sentence will announce the topic of the second body paragraph. The next sentence will offer one major support for the topic sentence. After that, there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a second major piece of support for the topic sentence. Then there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a third major support for the topic sentence. Then details or explanations will follow. You might end with a concluding sentence. Finally, the third topic sentence will clearly state the topic of the last body paragraph. The next sentence will offer one major support for the topic sentence. After that, there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a second major piece of support for the topic sentence. Then there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a third major support for the topic sentence. Then details or explanations will follow. You might end with a concluding sentence. A concluding paragraph should start to bring the topic to an end. Sometimes the conclusion reminds readers why the topic is relevant or important. The thesis statement should be restated in different words. The conclusion should end with a final thought for the readers to consider. Paragraph A topic sentence is the first sentence of a paragraph. The next sentence will offer one major support for the topic sentence. After that, there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a second major piece of support for the topic sentence. Then there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a third major support for the topic sentence. Then details or explanations will follow. At the end, a concluding sentence will get back to the big idea of the whole paragraph. Essay PowerPoint Presentation: Paragraph Topic Sentence A. Support B. Support C. Support Concluding Sentence Essay I. Introductory Paragraph - General statements - Thesis statement II. Body Paragraph 1 Topic Sentence A. Support B. Support C. Support   (Concluding Sentence, if needed) III. Body Paragraph 2 Topic Sentence A. Support B. Support C. Support   (Concluding Sentence, if needed) IV. Body Paragraph 3 Topic Sentence A. Support B. Support C. Support (Concluding Sentence, if needed) V. Concluding Paragraph - Signal the end of the essay - Restate thesis - Leave your reader with a final thought on the topic PowerPoint Presentation: Essay I. Introductory Paragraph - General statements - Thesis statement General statements: Introduce the general topic of the essay Capture the reader’s interest (“hook”) Lead toward the thesis The t hesis s tatement : The last sentence of the introductory paragraph Gives the specific topic of the essay Usually previews the points you will cover in each body paragraph PowerPoint Presentation: Body Paragraphs Topic Sentence A. Support B. Support C. Support   Concluding Sentence Order of ideas Chronological order Compare / contrast Order of importance Topic sentence Announces the topic of that paragraph Support Plenty of details and examples to support the topic Concluding sentence Gets to the overall point of the paragraph PowerPoint Presentation: Body Paragraphs Topic Sentence A. Support B. Support C. Support   Concluding Sentence Transitions: First, First of all, One [example / reason / problem] is… Second, Secondly, Also, In addition, An additional [example / reason / problem] is… Finally, Lastly, Furthermore, The last [example / reason / problem] is… PowerPoint Presentation: Concluding Paragraph Signal the end Restate thesis Final comment Signal the end of the essay Get back to the big picture Remind the reader why your topic is important or relevant Restate thesis Use different words Remind the reader of your body points Leave your reader with a final thought on the topic Make a prediction Give advice Give a warning Refer back to the intro PowerPoint Presentation: An essay introduction begins with a hook which should get the readers’ interest and warm them up to the topic. Then put more information about the topic which will lead the reader toward the thesis statement. This part may be one or several sentences. The last sentence of the introduction should be the thesis statement. The first topic sentence can go right here. Then there should be some details or explanations of the first sentence of a body paragraph. The next sentence will offer one major support for the topic sentence. After that, there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a second major piece of support for he support. The next sentence will offer a third major support for the topic sentence. Then details or explanations will follow. You might end with a concluding sentence. The second topic sentence will announce the topic of the second body paragraph. The next sentence will offer one major support for the topic sentence. After that, there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a second major piece of support for the topic sentence. Then there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a third major support for the topic sentence. Then details or explanations will follow. You might end with a concluding sentence. Finally, the third topic sentence will clearly state the topic of the last body paragraph. The next sentence will offer one major support for the topic sentence. After that, there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a second major piece of support for the topic sentence. Then there should be some details or explanations of the support. The next sentence will offer a third major support for the topic sentence. Then details or explanations will follow. You might end with a concluding sentence. A concluding paragraph should start to bring the topic to an end. Sometimes the conclusion reminds readers why the topic is relevant or important. The thesis statement should be restated in different words. The conclusion should end with a final thought for the readers to consider. References: References Anker, S. (2007). Real writing, 4 th ed. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s. Oshima , A. & Hogue, A. (2006). Writing academic English, 4 th ed. White Plains, NY: Pearson Education.

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