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How to nail a PEE paragraph

How to nail a PEE paragraph is another way to improve your levels in English and to make extended writing nice and easy!

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How to nail a PEE paragraph

  1. 1. How To...nail a PEE paragraph
  2. 2. What is a PEE paragraph? I strongly suggest (if you haven’t already to read my Slideshow on PETER paragraph. A PETER paragraph will give you a higher level, as it has more layers to it. PEE stand for Point Evidence Explain. It is like a 3 layered explanation
  3. 3. How to use it...Step 1) P Make your Point. What are you trying to get at? For example) Mobile phones are better than landlines.
  4. 4. How to use it...Step 2) E Evidence. You need to support your point with some evidence. Examples) If you are talking about: A book – ‘I know this, because the book says...’ Your opinion – find some factual evidence from the internet. My example) Mobiles are better than landlines. I think this, because mobiles (on average) cost less to run and you can do a lot more with them. This evidence is backed by internet research.
  5. 5. How to use it...Step 3) E Explain. You need to explain your evidence in more detail and how it relates/proves your point. My example) Mobiles are better than landlines. I think this, because mobiles (on average) cost less to run and you can do a lot more with them. This evidence is backed by internet research. This proves that mobiles are better than landlines and shows a couple of reasons why they are better. They are also a lot better, because you are less restricted with mobile phones and can freely move without being controlled by as many connection problems.
  6. 6. Basic writing frame • ________________(P)__________________. • I know/think this, because ___________(E)_____________________________ _____. • This shows ____________________________(E)__________ ______________________. On top of this we know ________________________________________ _____________________________
  7. 7. Example • Celebrities are good role-models. • I think this, because many teenagers look-up to a famous figure/celebrity. This evidence is based on a recent survey, held by myself. • This shows that 93% of the teenagers surveyed admire a famous person, proving that most celebrities are good role-models! On top of this we know that an example could be Jessie J taking a brave step and shaving off her hair for charity.
  8. 8. PEE and PETER • PEE paragraphs and PETER paragraphs, will both get you a high level in your work. However, you should aim to use PETER paragraphs because they provide even higher levels if used correctly. This is because there are more links to be made and more layers to be added! • Check out my uploads for How to nail a PETER paragraph!!

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