Topic Sentences And Supporting Paragraphs Essays and Term Papers

  • Paragraphs and Topic Sentences

    Material Appendix F Paragraphs and Topic Sentences Part I: Review the four paragraphs below. There is one paragraph matching each of the following types: summary, analysis, synthesis, and evaluation. Once you have read each paragraph, complete the following chart to identify the paragraph types. Underline...

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  • Paragraphs and Topic Sentences

    High interest rates create an unwillingness to spend money. Because consumers know that they will pay more over the course of the loan, they might choose to postpone buying high items such as cars and homes. Higher interest rates cause deflation, which means the purchasing power of the dollar is stronger...

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  • Problem Posing Paragraph - Strong Topic Sentences

    Strong Topic Sentences Does a strong topic sentence make a difference in the way readers will view your work? A topic sentence could be the key to hooking your readers, or losing their interest just as fast. The position you are stating in your first sentence helps the readers become immediately...

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  • Thesis Statement and 2 Supporting Topic Paragraphs

    Thesis statement: A successful retirement consist of establishing goals and estimating income needed, manage debt and then start saving/ investing, because social security alone is not enough to cover needs when retired. Objective for retirement may be- “retire early” or “live comfortable in retirement”...

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  • Sentences & Paragraphs

    Paragraph 1 I was recently asked ‘What inspired you to apply for the Administrative Assistant III position with the Division of Economic Security (DES)?’ this is my response. Over the years I have held several different office type jobs. I started out as a temporary worker for DES, in a file room...

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  • topic sentence

    Explanation of Topic Sentences Number One and Ten On the Left It was stated earlier that a topic sentence includes a topic and a controlling idea. Looking at Number One on the left, the topic (in red) is avoiding burglaries. The controlling idea, then (in green) is taking certain precautions. What precautions...

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  • Topic Sentence

    Topic: Paying interest on a product when you have cash in your pocket. Have you found yourself going into a mall, clothing store, or even a grocery store, and find something that catches your eye? You think to yourself; “Hmm should I purchase this now on credit or buy out cash”. Paying interest on...

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  • Topic Sentence

    Janette Spinks Susan Johnson Nutrition Report 9 May 2002 Vegetarianism and Cancer Being a vegetarian is becoming more and more popular in today's society with the need to be politically correct. As doctors look further in to this lifestyle they are finding more and more benefits to a person...

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  • Topic Sentences

    that is a great strategy.  Writing the body of a paragraph will help you focus on the main idea you are trying to convey and it will help you summarize that main idea into a topic and concluding sentence.  You might want to review the Topic Sentence information in the CWE.  Take the quiz as many times...

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  • Topic Sentence

    Interest Rates Write two paragraphs with about how interest rate affects our purchasing decisions. Paragraph One Changes in interest rates can have positive and negatives effects. According with the interest rate that we have is the amount of money that we are going to paid every month...

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  • writing sentences and paragraphs

    Paragraph 1: I want to be a medical biller and coder at Riverside Hospital because I look forward to making a positive impression with the people whom I will work with. I realized that I wanted to work in the Medical Billing and Coding field due my own personal experience with my son. When I had my...

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  • Writing Sentence and Paragraph

    Apr. 8, 13 Jane Loomis Director, Human Resources Smith, Jones & Brown, Inc. Blue smoke, ID 83300 Dear Ms. Loomis: Whether your employees are novices or seasoned professionals at word processing the new Word 2010 offers features to improve productivity professionalism performance...

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  • Writing Sentences and Paragraphs

    The Journey to Medicine I want to be a Medical Administrative Assistant at Vanderbilt hospital to honor my late sister and my parents. When I was 18 years old my sister Debbie died from cancer. The majority of my childhood and teenage years were spent in hospitals and the majority of my parent's...

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  • Writing Sentences and Paragraphs

    Paragraph 1 I am applying for the ABA Therapist position at the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) because I feel the need to help Autistic children. When my younger sister had her second baby, I felt in love with him from the time I saw him. He was a normal and healthy baby. After a year...

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  • Sentences and Paragraphs Penn Foster

    Paragraph 1 I have applied for a position as a Medical Transcriptionist at Arrowhead Hospital to get back into the medical field. When I graduated from High School, I decided that I wanted to be a Medical Assistant. At that time, I was employed by a company that was in the business of building houses...

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  • Thesis Sentence & Paragraph

    Thesis Sentence & Paragraph If you can’t do the time don’t do the crime or how about let the punishment fit the crime. These two statements have been around for years. If someone...

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  • Prep for - Writing Sentences & Paragraphs

    Resources Department arranges an interview and tells you to bring with you a polished piece of writing for them to evaluate your writing skills. The paragraph must describe one particular experience you’ve had that inspired you or guided you to choose the type of position for which you applied. Your...

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  • Thesis statements and topic sentences

    Thesis statements and topic sentences help organize the ideas in an essay. Academic writers are expected to use thesis statements and topic sentences. Academic essays are often organized using the following pattern: Introduction—the first paragraph of the essay. The thesis statement is usually...

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  • mit topic sentences

    Topic Sentences: Fact Sheet and Examples [A student sent me this explanation he found on the internet. Other students have told me the explanation was useful. My comments are in red.] A topic sentence "brings to the paragraph not only order but also unity," and it "announces the topic and an attitude...

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  • Topic Sentence and Informal Outline

    Topic Sentence and Informal Outline Sean Heffernan GEN/195 March 06, 2012 John Borio Topic Sentence and Informal Outline It is essential to know how to write a topic sentence properly. A topic sentence conveys the main sentence of a paragraph and describes the content of the paragraph. An informal...

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