Paragraph, How to Write One
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Dr. Lord, the Author of Dr. Lord's Supersonic Speed Reading and Writing
Teaches Readers How to Write a Paragraph
(February 6, 2015, St. Louis, MO) Dr. Lord, the author of Dr. Lordâs supersonic Speed Reading and Writing teaches readers how to write a paragraph.
How to Write a Paragraph
Writing a paragraph is very simple.
First, you need a topic sentence. To write the topic sentence, write the subject and your attitude about it. For example: Dr. Lord is a good role model. My subject is Dr. Lord. My attitude about her is that she is a good role model.
Next, add specific reasons why she is a good role model. Connect these details with transitions such as, first, next, also, finally, etc. Then, write a conclusion.
Here is the supporting detail:
First, she is a good role model to me because in spite of her poor background, she was able to get her Ph.D., and was able to accomplish a lot in life.
Next, she received a lot of awards such as being crowned Ms. Asia International by the Asian Promotion of North America based on her academic excellence, talents in the arts, physical fitness and humanitarian services.
Finally, she is an excellent teacher and always tries to inspire her students to succeed.
Now all you need is the conclusion. This is the conclusion:
In conclusion, those are the reasons why Dr. Lord is a good role model.
For further information on how to write different types of paragraphs, composition and essays, read Dr. Lordâs Supersonic Speed Reading and Writing that is available at www.drudislord.com, Barnes and Noble and Amazon.
Dr. Lord is available as a speaker and for media interview.
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