How do you start a second paragraph?

Topic Sentence (always the first sentence in your body paragraph) – It introduces your readers to your second example. In body paragraph #2, state the second point in support of the thesis. For example, your topic sentence for body #2 could read, “Music almost always helps students to relax in school.”

What words can I use to start a body paragraph?

51 Useful Transition Words

Above all Earlier Similarly
As an example Hence Therefore
Before Here Thus
Besides However To begin with
Beyond In addition to To summarize

How do you identify a problem and solution in text structure?

In order to identify the problem and solution structure in a text, the reader needs to look for signal words and phrases such as:

  1. Problem.
  2. The dilemma is.
  3. Issue.
  4. To solve this.
  5. To address this.
  6. Solution.
  7. Challenges.
  8. Proposed solution.

What is a problem and solution paragraph?

A problem-solution paragraph identifies a problem, or problems, and recommends a plausible solution(s). Use a topic sentence to explore the paragraph’s main idea, or claim (the problem that will be explored). Provide a description of the problem for the reader. Provide a description of the solution(s) for the reader.

What are the 4 types of text structure?

How do authors organize the texts that they write? This lesson teaches five common text structures used in informational and nonfiction text: description, sequence, cause and effect, compare and contrast, and problem and solution.

How do you identify a solution?

Here are seven-steps for an effective problem-solving process.

  1. Identify the issues. Be clear about what the problem is.
  2. Understand everyone’s interests.
  3. List the possible solutions (options)
  4. Evaluate the options.
  5. Select an option or options.
  6. Document the agreement(s).
  7. Agree on contingencies, monitoring, and evaluation.