FOOD WASTE IN SCHOOL IN THE US

FOOD WASTE IN SCHOOL IN THE US

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS, I DONT WANNA SEND THEM BACK FOR REVISE. THAT’S WASTING TIME FOR BOTH OF US. For the introduction paragraph, keep it simple for the introduction, just answer those two questions. What do you know so far about this question or topic? (NEED SERIOUS RESOURCES TO BACK IT UP .) What is your hypothesis (potential thesis or argument) about the significance of this question or topic? For Body Paragraphs (I NEED DETAILS) 1. Readers like it when they know why they should continue reading. Otherwise, why should they bother? So begin each paragraph with a topic sentence. Such a sentence tells your reader the purpose of that paragraph. Why is it there? What is its point? Why does it come first, or next? What is its significance? How does its point connect to the overall point of the essay? 2. Transition words in the topic sentence can also help orient the reader as to that paragraph’s place in the essay as a whole. Google “transition words” and click “Images” and you will find a ton of references! Just make sure that they make sense when you use them! And also note that “sequencing” transition words (“first,” “second,” etc.) are a lot less interesting than other words or phrases that indicate a relationship or a reason. 3. Most academic readers (like us) are swayed not just by logical reasoning and concerns about other people, but also by actual examples, facts and expert opinions. So you might make sure that each paragraph provides at least one specific example, hard fact, or credible opinion. Exact quotes are more persuasive than paraphrased information because we can see that you are not misinterpreting. But you can also add to your persuasiveness if you explain any facts or quotes in your own words because that way you control how we interpret it. (It also adds to your ethos because we see that you can explain it.) 4. When you quote or provide information, introduce sources as fully as possible in a way that shows us it is someone we can trust. That trustworthiness reflects on your ethos as well, making you more believable as a writer. 5. If the paragraph is getting kind of long with you talking and all your information, break it up! Especially if you see you already have a built-in transition to a subtopic within the paragraph, why not split it up right there? That will give your readers a chance to pause and process your point before moving to a related subtopic. The more we can follow your points more easily like that, the more persuasive you will be to us because we understand your meaning better. We will also like you more for not making us read a super long paragraph, which adds to your ethos and hence persuasiveness.

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