Present a body of well-developed and specific facts and information pertinent to the topic, developed as a series of paragraphs which support the topic. 0601.4.12
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- Cambridge Rindge and Latin School Outline Maker - online interactive outline maker
- Developing and Ordering Paragraphs - unit on various types of paragraphs with examples and how to order and organize information
- How to Write a Well Developed Paragraph - Writing a well-developed paragraph takes a little time and effort. It should stay on topic, have a topic sentence, give supporting detail, and include a transition to the next paragraph in an essay or conclude a stand-alone one.
- On Paragraphs - The purpose of this handout is to give some basic instruction and advice regarding the creation of understandable and coherent paragraphs.
- Outline Worksheet - template - abbreviated picture of the parts of your paper or project and the order in which they will come. \
- The Well Developed Paragraph - A well developed paragraph articulates a main point, gives examples that demonstrate that main point, and explains the significance of those examples.
- The Well Developed Paragraph - A strong paragraph guides the reader, first introducing us to the controlling idea, then developing and analyzing the support for this idea.
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