Complete Intro Tasks and Body Paragraph Task

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Task 1:

Task 3: Course Project—Introduction Paragraph

For the course project, you will write a five-paragraph essay on a chosen topic presenting an informed, cohesive opinion.

In M1: Assignment 3, you selected your topic and in M2: Assignment 1, you developed a thesis statement for your essay. Now you will write your introduction.

Use your opening paragraph to introduce your topic. Your opening paragraph (introduction) is crucial because it will end with your thesis statement. It will include other information that will gain your reader’s interest and guide your reader through the paper.

To get the reader’s interest, you can use one of these attention-grabbing techniques at the start of the introductory paragraph:

  • An interesting story or anecdote
  • A controversial question
  • A startling fact or statistic
  • A quotation
  • A little-known fact, myth, or misconception
  • Questions arising from your thesis that you want to answer

Write the introductory paragraph for your essay. Be sure to:

  • Begin with an attention-grabbing technique
  • Provide any necessary background information
  • End with the thesis statement
  • Use proper grammar and spelling

Task 2:

Task 3: Course Project—Body Paragraphs

For the course project, you will write a five-paragraph essay on your chosen topic, presenting an informed, cohesive opinion.

In previous modules, you created your thesis statement and developed an introductory paragraph. In this assignment, you will work on the main body paragraphs of your essay.

The body paragraphs make the connection between your thesis and the conclusion. In your body paragraphs, you will explain the implications of your opinion. This is the place to give the “how” and “why”—why you believe your subject or opinion to be true, how your ideas can be implemented, and how you understand this topic well enough to write about it.

Each body paragraph should begin with a topic sentence. This sentence is a kind of mini-thesis statement that introduces the ideas of the paragraph. For example, if my thesis statement is “History textbooks for young people do not include enough information about the recent past,” I might start a paragraph about the Vietnam War by saying, “Five history textbooks devote only two pages to the Vietnam War, while others lack crucial information.”

Create three supporting paragraphs for your essay. Be sure your supporting paragraphs have the following:

  • A central idea that follows your thesis
  • A topic sentence that explains what the paragraph will be about
  • An appropriate transition to the topic in the next paragraph
  • Supporting details/examples
  • Suitable grammar, spelling, and punctuation

Include your thesis statement at the top of the paper to reiterate your main idea and make it easier for your instructor to check your body paragraphs.

Thomas 1 Jennifer Thomas English Review II December 12, 2018 How Manners Have Changed Over Time What used to be "good manners" has changed so significantly over the previous years that people have taken on an atmosphere of "everything is fit". The topic on “how manners have changed over time” appeals to me more than any other topic because manners are something we use on a daily basis to make a good impression on other people and to feel good about ourselves. I believe that showing manners is a sign of respect to other people. As such, it is important to talk about any changes that seem to have occurred with respect to manners. It is becoming broadly accepted that manners do not matter anymore, and people do not care whether their children have good manners at all. However, basically, because every person is doing it, it does not mean that every person should follow the trend (Kidd et al., 2012). I believe that good manners is a critical topic to evaluate because manners are still vital to children's successful development and their capability to nurture progressive relationships all through their lives. People have become much more egocentric and they are often in such a hurry to get where they are heading to that they basically do not have time for manner, and I believe that the media has contributed a lot to the rapidly changing manners. Therefore, this is the most appealing topic to me since it covers a reality that the society is experiencing currently. Thomas 2 Work Cited Kidd, Warren, Alison Teagle, and Alice Kessler-Harris. Culture and Identity. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. Print.

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School: Boston College


Thomas 1

Jennifer Thomas
English Review II
December 22, 2018
How Manners Have Changed Over Time
Much has changed in what used to be known as having and using good manners. In the
current days, neither parents nor society are still good role models for the children. This has
made the children not to understand or either have the mind set of being respectful to the elders
or among themselves and also towards the laws. The issue is big in a way that it is a concern and
needs an immediate address. This has to starts with the parents placing manners as a priority for
their children. The society as well as the parents needs to ensure that children understand that
manners are important in life and essential for the wellbeing of the world interactions. Having
inadequate manners makes the world future dark and risky. Child...

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