By Francine Galko
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The topic sentence tells the reader the main idea of the paragraph. It doesn’t have to come first. And it might not even be stated explicitly in the paragraph. But all the sentences in the paragraph should relate to one main idea. Do your reader a favor and make it clear what your main idea is—this will avoid misunderstandings. Coherent paragraphs flow from sentence to sentence. This means that the sentences are linked to each other logically. You might organize the sentences in a paragraph according to chronological or sequential order, by cause and effect, by comparison and contrast, in order of degree, or in spatial order.
Do your reader a favor and make it clear what your main idea is—this will avoid misunderstandings. Coherent paragraphs flow from sentence to sentence. This means that the sentences are linked to each other logically. You might organize the sentences in a paragraph according to chronological or sequential order, by cause and effect, by comparison and contrast, in order of degree, or in spatial order. Good paragraphs include details that support the main idea. Supporting details include anecdotes, examples, facts, opinions, quotations, and/or statistics that back up the paragraph’s main idea.
LESSON 3 Using Prewriting Strategies Example: This comparison and contrast chart was used by a student to develop ideas in answer to the following writing assignment. Compare a virus with a cell. VIRUS CELL Not living—just an inert particle Living—smallest unit of life Must enter a cell in order to replicate— Can reproduce on its own cannot reproduce independently Can infect living things and cause diseases Can infect living things and cause diseases Tiny—but cannot be seen with a basic compound Tiny—but can be seen using a basic compound light light microscope microscope Is made of DNA or RNA Contains DNA Uses the same genetic instructions as most life-forms Uses the same genetic instructions as most other life-forms Probably left over from cell ancestors Makes up all living things Can evolve over time Can evolve over time Using Prewriting Strategies LESSON 3 BETTER WRITING RIGHT NOW!
Better writing right now!: using words to your advantage by Francine Galko