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Chapter Three: Qualities of Effective Paragraphs
Page 30: Basic Exercise: Paragraph Development
Students’ paragraphs will vary. Encourage them to develop the paragraph with examples of each
category of clothing mentioned in the undeveloped paragraph.
Page 30: Intermediate Exercise: Paragraph Development
Students’ paragraphs will vary. Suggest that students not only provide examples of the classes
and activities mentioned, but also to find more specific language for the phrases quite an
experience and I changed in a number of ways.
Page 30: Challenge Exercise: Paragraph Development
Students’ paragraphs will vary. In this paragraph students will have to be somewhat inventive,
providing not concrete details but examples of such abstractions as changed attitudes toward
careers, the future, spending, saving, housing, and the use of credit cards.
Page 31: Basic Writing Assignment: Paragraph Development
Paragraphs will vary. These experiential topics should be easy for students to develop. They
should be careful to match the details of their personal experiences to the topic sentence.
Page 31: Intermediate Writing Assignment: Paragraph Development
Paragraphs will vary. These assignments require some reaching beyond students’ personal
experience to find significance in their immediate surroundings. You may have to prod students
a bit to apply critical thinking to these topics.
Page 32: Challenge Writing Assignment: Paragraph Development
Paragraphs will vary. These topics require intellectual analysis. Encourage students to choose
topics that are closest to what they already know about and are interested in.
P. 35: Basic Exercise: Transitional Expressions
Answers may vary. The following are suggested: 1. but 2. meanwhile 3. besides 4. therefore
5. and 6. consequently 7. then
P. 35: Intermediate Exercise: Transitional Expressions
Answers may vary. The following are suggested: 1. plagiarism; for example, 2. finished; in
addition, 3. shortfalls; in fact, 4. tightened, although such 5. forest; at last they 6. business;
therefore, 7. campus; afterward they
P. 36: Challenge Exercise: Transitional Expressions
Answers may vary. The following are suggested: 1. although 2. in addition 3. Therefore
4. While 5. Then 6. However 7. At last
P. 37: Sample Paragraph in Chronological Sequence
Transitional expressions and time markers in the paragraph are first, but, next, still, at this
point, and finally.
P. 38: Sample Paragraph in Spatial Sequence
Transitional expressions and spatial markers are front, inside, exterior, above, below, street level,
to the right of center, within, both sides, in the corners, straight ahead, and behind.
P. 43: Sample Paragraph in Climactic Sequence
Transitional expressions and relational markers are first, also, just as significantly, even more
important, and above all.