This essay focuses on Introductory Paragraph.End each paragraph with a transition sentence which leads into the next body paragraph
Proposed Intervention is: Teach-Back PICOT Question is: In adult patients with hypertension treated in an out-patient setting (P), how does the teach-back method (Intervention) compare to traditional teaching (without teach-back) (C) to improve hypertension awareness and management (O) within eight weeks (T)? Persuasive Essay Outline I. Introductory Paragraph: Introduce the issue. Provide each of the arguments that will later appear in each body paragraph. Refute any counterpoints to the argument. Provide the thesis statement. II. 2-3 Body Paragraphs: Begin with a topic sentence that reflects the argument of the thesis statement. Support the argument with useful and informative quotes from website sources.
Provide 1-2 sentences explaining each quote. Provide 1-3 sentences that indicate the significance of each quote. Ensure that the information in these paragraphs is important to the thesis statement. End each paragraph with a transition sentence which leads into the next body paragraph. III. Concluding Paragraph: Begin with a topic sentence that reflects the argument of the thesis statement. Briefly summarize the main points of the paper. Provide a strong and effective close for the paper. Assignment: In an essay of 4-5 pages, discuss how 2 poems [ (1) I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud and (2) Dover Beach ] relate to one another in some important way, such as: • They contradict one another on a point of view.
They share a point of view, theme, or experience. • They present different ways to think about a theme or experience. • They use a traditional poetic form, such as ballad or sonnet. In your essay, discuss theme, figurative language, sound, structure when these topics help you analyze the meaning and impact of the poems. Tips: • Start early to give yourself ample time to take notes, compose, revise, and edit. • Read your poems at least 3 times. Set aside plenty of time for this.
Firstly, check on time.
Secondly, be fast.
Thirdly, be reasonable