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
|As an example||Hence||Therefore|
|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:
- The dilemma is.
- To solve this.
- To address this.
- 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.
- Identify the issues. Be clear about what the problem is.
- Understand everyone’s interests.
- List the possible solutions (options)
- Evaluate the options.
- Select an option or options.
- Document the agreement(s).
- Agree on contingencies, monitoring, and evaluation.