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Expository Paragraph Structure
2. Body Paragraph #1
3. Body Paragraph #2
Introduction Paragraph Structure
2. Controlling Idea
3. Introduce Reason #1 & Reason #2
Start with a hook/lead that will grab the reader's attention.
Examples: question, anecdote, funny comment, or quote
The answer to the question that the prompt is asking.
Your first reason that supports the controlling idea. This is what your first body paragraph will be about.
Your second reason that supports the controlling idea. This is what your second body paragraph will be about.
Body Paragraph Structure
1. Reason #1
2. Example #1
3. Example #2
4. Example #3
Body Paragraph Examples
The examples support the reason that you wrote about at the beginning of your paragraph. They give the author details!
You can use personal experiences, facts, or if you're stuck, make something up that supports your reason!
Conclusion Paragraph Structure
1. Restate controlling idea
2. Final example to support controlling idea
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