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Constructing Paragraphs

Paragraphs exist everywhere: in newspapers, novels, recipe books, journal articles and essays. They can be a single word or contain over 300 words. Breaking your ideas into paragraphs not only helps you organise your writing. It also makes the content easier to read.

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Understand the components of a paragraph: the topic sentence, the clarifying statement, analysis, concluding and linking statements.
Break apart an academic paragraph and examine each part to identify how authors use language and argumentation. 

Discover the elements needed for cohesive paragraphs.

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What is a paragraph?
The topic sentence
Clarifying statement
Analysis & evaluation
Concluding and linking statements
Coherent paragraphs
Worked example - paragraph
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