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Long Effects/Results Paragraph



To write an effective long paragraph or essay, you must begin with a solid five-sentence paragraph. Expanding it into an extended paragraph is a matter of adding details and an example to the sentences you've already written.

If you're writing about the watersports, you might mention jet skiing, scuba diving, surfing and water skiing.

After elaborating, you need to write a specific example. For example, you might write about the first time went scuba diving or jet skiing. A single, specific example.


Example of Extended Paragraph

Title



Topic Sentence - the Top Bun

Type your topic sentence here. Be sure to limit it by articulating three results.



First Effect (Result) with Details and Example     

First Effect/Result - The Lettuce

Background or least important effect/result

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Details, Quotes or Statistics

In this section, you provide details about the first result.


First Effect/Result -- Example

This must be specific -- one time, one place, one event.

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Second Effect/Result with Details and Example  

Second Effect/Result - the Tomato

In this section, give a more important effect/result, but not the most important

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Details, Quotes or Statistics

In this section, you provide details about the second reason.
Again, it may include the location, a number of restaurants or, in the case of academic studies,
quotes from experts that support your second reason.



Second Effect/Result - Example

This must be specific -- one time, one place, one event.

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Most Important Effect/Result with Details and Example   

Most Important Effect/Result - the Meat

This is the most important effect/result

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Details, Quotes or Statistics



Third Effect (Result) -- Example

This must be specific -- one time, one place, one event.

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Paragraph Conclusion

Conclusion - the Bottom Bun

Summarize the results in order
Try to end with a strong sentence

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