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### Paragraphs middle

1. 1.
2. 2. We are learning HOW to write a paragraph in a exposition text. <br />I know how to write a paragraph in a exposition text.<br />
3. 3. Discussion<br />What is the difference between an argument and an example? <br />
4. 4. Step 1. Draw this...<br />Leave 8 lines between the boxes<br />Leave 8 lines between the boxes<br />
5. 5. Step 2. <br />Add your time connectives into the first box<br />Other time connectives include; <br />In addition,<br />However,<br />Further more, <br />
6. 6. Step 2. <br />Add your time connectives into the first box<br />Firstly,<br />Other time connectives include; <br />In addition,<br />However,<br />Further more, <br />Secondly, <br />Finally,<br />
7. 7. Step 3. <br />Add in your ‘Topic’ into the second box<br />Firstly, <br />Secondly, <br />Our example is about mobile phones being used at school<br />Finally, <br />
8. 8. Step 3. <br />Add in your ‘Topic’ into the second box<br />Firstly, mobile phones<br />Secondly, mobile phones <br />Our example is about mobile phones being used at school<br />Finally, mobile phones<br />
9. 9. Step 4. <br />Add in your ‘Argument’ into the third box<br />Firstly, mobile phones<br />Secondly, mobile phones<br />Our example is about mobile phones being used at school<br />Finally, mobile phones<br />
10. 10. Step 4. <br />Add in your ‘Argument’ into the third box<br />Firstly, mobile phones cause a distraction to students learning.<br />Secondly, mobile phones increase bullying at school. <br />Our example is about mobile phones being used at school<br />Finally, mobile phones are expensive and may get damaged at school. <br />
11. 11. Step 5. <br />Add in two or more examples .<br />One example per sentence.<br />Firstly, mobile phones cause a distraction to students learning.<br />A recent study revealed that students with a mobile phone in class had an IQ of 10% less than their peers upon completion of school. <br />You could provide;<br /><ul><li>Evidence
12. 12. Personal anecdote
13. 13. Quote from expert
14. 14. Statistics
15. 15. Scientific evidence</li></ul>Secondly, mobile phones increase bullying at school. <br />Finally, mobile phones are expensive and may get damaged at school. <br />
16. 16. Step 5. <br />Add in two or more examples .<br />One example per sentence.<br />Firstly, mobile phones cause a distraction to students learning.<br />A recent study revealed that students with a mobile phone in class had an IQ of 10% less than their peers upon completion of school. <br />Majority of students in year seven at MEC agree that mobile phones are very distracting. <br />You could provide;<br /><ul><li>Evidence
17. 17. Personal anecdote
18. 18. Quote from expert
19. 19. Statistics
20. 20. Scientific evidence</li></ul>Secondly, mobile phones increase bullying at school. <br />Finally, mobile phones are expensive and may get damaged at school. <br />
21. 21. Firstly, mobile phones cause a distraction to students learning. A recent study revealed that students with a mobile phone in class had an IQ of 10% less than their peers upon completion of school. Majority of students in year seven at MEC agree that mobile phones are very distracting. <br />How awesome does that look? <br />
22. 22. Step 6. <br />Add in two or more examples .<br />One example per sentence.<br />Please finish these two paragraphs<br />Secondly, mobile phones increase bullying at school. <br />Finally, mobile phones are expensive and may get damaged at school. <br />You could provide;<br /><ul><li>Evidence
23. 23. Personal anecdote
24. 24. Quote from expert
25. 25. Statistics
26. 26. Scientific evidence</li>