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Follow these steps while you write your MEL-Con paragraph. MEL-Con Coach. Write one complete sentence Mention the topic of the prompt in the sentence Focus on one central idea that you want to prove throughout your paragraph. MAIN IDEA SENTENCE. One good example is First of all

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main idea sentence

Write one complete sentence

  • Mention the topic of the prompt in the sentence
  • Focus on one central idea that you want to prove throughout your paragraph
MAIN IDEA SENTENCE
first evidence transitions

One good example is

  • First of all
  • One example that proves this is
  • One example that suggests this is
  • To begin with
  • One reason is
  • In the beginning
  • A great example is
  • Probably the best example to begin with is
  • The first instance that comes to mind is when…
  • This can be clearly seen first of all when…
FIRST EVIDENCE TRANSITIONS
evidence sentence

Write a complete sentence that starts with a transition

  • Choose a specific example from the book to support your main idea
EVIDENCE SENTENCE
linking sentences

Write two complete sentences

  • The first sentence should further explain the part of the book you used as evidence
  • LOOK BACK AT YOUR MAIN IDEA NOW
  • The second sentence should explain why the evidence proves your main idea
LINKING SENTENCES
second evidence transitions

Another good example is

  • Secondly
  • Furthermore
  • A great second example is
  • Another good piece of evidence is
  • Another example that suggests this is
  • Another great example that helps support this is
  • Yet another good reason is
  • Yet another piece of evidence is
  • Another indication of this is
  • On the other hand, there is
  • Another example that stands out is
  • Similarly
  • Likewise
  • Moreover
  • In addition
  • Also
  • In the same light
SECOND EVIDENCE TRANSITIONS
evidence sentence1

Write a complete sentence that starts with a transition

  • Choose a specific example from the book to support your main idea
EVIDENCE SENTENCE
linking sentences1

Write two complete sentences

  • The first sentence should further explain the part of the book you used as evidence
  • LOOK BACK AT YOUR MAIN IDEA NOW
  • The second sentence should explain why the evidence proves your main idea
LINKING SENTENCES
third evidence transitions

A final example is

  • And finally
  • Lastly
  • Last of all
  • A final great example is
  • The third and final example is
  • The final example that proves this is
  • The last example that suggests this is
  • The last example that helps support this is
  • The third good example is
  • The last example
  • Most importantly
  • Moreover
  • In addition to the first two examples, there is
  • Still another great example is
Third evidence transitions
evidence sentence2

Write a complete sentence that starts with a transition

  • Choose a specific example from the book to support your main idea
EVIDENCE SENTENCE
linking sentences2

Write two complete sentences

  • The first sentence should further explain the part of the book you used as evidence
  • LOOK BACK AT YOUR MAIN IDEA NOW
  • The second sentence should explain why the evidence proves your main idea
LINKING SENTENCES
conclusion transitions

To summarize

  • Ultimately
  • In summary
  • Consequently
  • Thus
  • As a result
  • In short
  • Therefore
  • The evidence clearly points
  • The thee examples,………., prove that
  • For all of these reasons, ………, one can see that……
  • This all adds up to one conclusion
  • With all of this in mind
  • Due to all of these reasons
  • The evidence is clear
  • Indeed
  • Of course
  • There is no doubt that
  • With all of these examples
  • Clearly
  • Yes, it is true then
CONCLUSION TRANSITIONS
conclusion sentence

Write a complete sentence that begins with a transition

  • LOOK AT YOUR MAIN IDEA NOW
  • Use the sentence to refer back to the topic and restate your main idea
CONCLUSION SENTENCE
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