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Five Paragraph Essay Outline
Introduction: 1. Grab the reader's attention:
2. Introduce the literature:
3. Thesis Statement:
Body Outline: 1. Topic sentence:
2. Topic sentence:
3. Topic sentence: Supporting Ideas:
Conclusion Outline: 1. Restated Thesis:
2. Summary Sentences:
3. General Statement/Conclusion of paper:
Transitional Words and Phrases Words and phrases that indicate the relationships between ideas are called transitional expressions. Prepositions that show chronological or special order and conjunctions are also transitions. In the list below, notice the relationships shown by the different types of transitions and the types of writing to which they relate.