Expository+Writing+Cohesiveness+Within+An+Essay

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Instructor: Sarah Goldfarb Cohesiveness and Flow Within An Essay 1. What is the point that your first paragraph is trying to make? Does it relate to your thesis statement directly, and build on it? This first point should be the weakest of the points you are making, in terms of complexity. It should also establish the framework for the rest of your argument. For example, if your argument is based on refuting binaries, choose the simplest of your points and fully articulate how the binary is refuted, and why. Then examine your final sentence which transitions from your first point to your second point. Does it both wrap up the main idea(s) of your first paragraph and lead into the main idea(s) of your second paragraph? 2. Is the transition strong from your first point to your second point? Is it convincing, and does it incorporate both an element of your first point and the main emphasis of your second point? Then, what is the point that your second paragraph is trying to make? Does it relate to your thesis statement directly, and
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