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Describe the characteristics of an effective conclusion. How is it different from an introduction paragraph or body paragraphs? Discuss the steps you need to follow using Microsoft Word to add your conclusion to your body paragraphs you are creating this week
Weegy: Conclusions are most effective when they have some of the following characteristics: • They are short, concise, and focused. [ Generally, they should not include material that you have not taught in the lesson. • They summarize and tie together the principles you have discussed. • They highlight important points made by those who have participated. • They help learners apply gospel principles in their lives. • They are uplifting, motivating, and positive. • They include time for testimony. The introduction is the broad beginning of the paper that answers three important questions: What is this? Why am I reading it? What do you want me to do? Body Paragraphs - A good paragraph should contain at least the following four elements: Transition, Topic sentence, specific Evidence and analysis, and a Brief wrap-up sentence (also known as a warrant) – TTEB. Conclusions wrap up what you have been discussing in your paper. After moving from general to specific information in the introduction and body paragraphs, your conclusion should begin pulling back into more general information that restates the main points of your argument. Conclusions may also call for action or overview future possible research. ] (More)
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Weegy: Effective conclusions do not just happen; they must be prepared as part of the lesson. Conclusions are most effective when they have some of the following characteristics: • They are short, concise, and focused. [ Generally, they should not include material that you have not taught in the lesson. • They summarize and tie together the principles you have discussed. • They highlight important points made by those who have participated. • They help learners apply gospel principles in their lives. • They are uplifting, motivating, and positive. • They include time for testimony. ] (More)
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