Highlighting Body Paragraphs Shared by Isabel Quintana Wulf With inspiration from/credit to Melissa Lucken, Lansing Community College, MI The goal of this activity is to devise strategies a student can use to determine whether body paragraphs have all the parts they need to have: topic sentence, evidence/ examples, analysis, and transitions. I provide six examplesContinue reading “Highlighting to Make Visual Sense: Paragraph Practice”
PEAS Model for Body Paragraphs Shared by James P. Purdy This handout describes the PEAS paragraph model–Point, Evidence, Analysis, and So what?–a content-based tool for understanding and creating academic paragraphs.
TED Shared by Elizabeth Baldridge This is the tool that I designed to get students to create well-developed paragraphs (for non-narrative papers). At the bottom of the assignment guidelines for those papers, I also explain to students how TED would work in the given paper.