Paragraph Skills 1
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the smooth flow of ideas from sentence to sentence
using only details that directly support the topic sentence
having sufficient details to support the topic sentence
the logical placement of ideas in the paragraph
a "proven" piece of evidence; cannot be disputed
a details describing something that happened; an event
a supporting detail that explain "why"
a supporting detail that explains "how"; also known as an illustration
a piece of evidence based on percentages and numbers
states the paragraph's main idea or argument
A paragraph that needs more supporting details needs ______.
A paragraph who sentence don't flow smoothly needs more _____.
A paragraph with details that do not support the topic sentence has weak _____.
A paragraph in which the ideas are logically placed is has good _____.
A topic sentence that states a mere fact is too _____.
If you can write chapters about a topic sentence, that topic sentence is too _____.
A topic sentence states a paragraph's main idea, but it NEVER _____ it.
How to write a paragraph
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