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Writing Essays. Example Paragraph One Headaches Headaches can have several causes. One obvious cause is stress. People have hectic lives and frequently.

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1 Writing Essays

2 Example Paragraph One Headaches Headaches can have several causes. One obvious cause is stress. People have hectic lives and frequently have multiple stressors everyday, like work, family and money. Another reason for headaches in some people has to do with diet. Some get headaches because they are dependent on caffeine. Other people may be allergic to salt, or they may have low blood sugar. The environment can also cause this uncomfortable condition. Allergens such as household chemicals including polishes, waxes, bug killers, and paint can lead to headaches. Lowering stress, controlling your diet and avoiding allergens can help avoid headaches.

3 Paragraph to Essay Body Paragraph One begins with One obvious cause is stress. Body Paragraph Two begins with Another reason for headaches in some people has to do with diet. Body Paragraph Three begins with The environment can also cause this uncomfortable condition. Concluding Paragraph focuses on: Lowering stress, controlling your diet and avoiding allergens can help avoid headaches. Intro Paragraph ends with Thesis Statement: Headaches can have several causes.

4 Paragraph to Essay Headaches Headaches can have several causes. One obvious cause is stress. People have hectic lives and frequently have multiple stressors everyday, like work, family and money. Another reason for headaches in some people has to do with diet. Some get headaches because they are dependent on caffeine. Other people may be allergic to salt, or they may have low blood sugar. The environment can also cause this uncomfortable condition. Allergens such as household chemicals including polishes, waxes, bug killers, and paint can lead to headaches. Lowering stress, controlling your diet and avoiding allergens can help avoid headaches. Headaches Intro Paragraph ends with Thesis Statement: Headaches can have several causes. Body Paragraph One begins with One obvious cause is stress. Body Paragraph Two begins with Another reason for headaches in some people has to do with diet. Body Paragraph Three begins with The environment can also cause this uncomfortable condition. Concluding Paragraph focuses on: Lowering stress, controlling your diet and avoiding allergens can help avoid headaches.

5 Example Paragraph Two Quilting Techniques Though the early Colonists taught quilting techniques to Native Americans, the Colonists' "crazy quilts" differ greatly from Native American quilts. Quilting for the Colonists was born out of necessity. As the Colonists' blankets and coverlets wore out, they patched their bedding with fabric remnants that they salvaged from worn-out clothing. As a result, the Colonists' quilts became random conglomerations of fabrics of varying colors, fabrics, and textures. Early crazy quilts show no signs of fancy quilting stitches or batting for added thickness. The traditional crazy quilts lack symmetrical designs or specific color schemes. The quilts were functional and not intended to be a form of art. Unlike the crazy quilts, Native American quilting was born out of the desire to express traditions through storytelling. Native American quilts depict tribal histories, pictorial records of people's lives and significant events, and reflections of visions and cultural beliefs. They show traditional motifs, colorful designs, detailed patterns, and fabrics selected specifically to enhance the design. Native American quilts show meticulous attention to the consistency between each quilting stitch. Though stitched by hand, each stitch penetrates the fabric and the batting equally. Native American quilting is an art form that represents the cooperative effort of many individuals and often several generations working together to finish the heirloom. Though both forms of quilting are different in origin, design, and purpose each is a valued symbol of the past that is living in the present. Is this a comparison or contrast paragraph? What are the points? How is this paragraph organized? What are the words used to add to the coherence?

6 Paragraph to Essay Body Paragraph One begins with To begin with, the origin, or reason for creation, of Colonist and Native American quilts was quiet different. Body Paragraph Two begins with An additional difference is in the design of the two types of quilts. Body Paragraph Three begins with Finally, the function of the quilts was quite different. Concluding Paragraph focuses on: Though both forms of quilting are different in origin, design, and purpose each is a valued symbol of the past that is living in the present. Intro Paragraph ends with Thesis Statement: Though the early Colonists taught quilting techniques to Native Americans, the Colonists’ "crazy quilts“ differ greatly from Native American quilts.

7 Paragraph to Essay Quilting Techniques Though the early Colonists taught quilting techniques to Native Americans, the Colonists' "crazy quilts" differ greatly from Native American quilts. Quilting for the Colonists was born out of necessity. As the Colonists' blankets and coverlets wore out, they patched their bedding with fabric remnants that they salvaged from worn-out clothing. As a result, the Colonists' quilts became random conglomerations of fabrics of varying colors, fabrics, and textures. Early crazy quilts show no signs of fancy quilting stitches or batting for added thickness. The traditional crazy quilts lack symmetrical designs or specific color schemes. The quilts were functional and not intended to be a form of art. Unlike the crazy quilts, Native American quilting was born out of the desire to express traditions through storytelling. Native American quilts depict tribal histories, pictorial records of people's lives and significant events, and reflections of visions and cultural beliefs. They show traditional motifs, colorful designs, detailed patterns, and fabrics selected specifically to enhance the design. Native American quilts show meticulous attention to the consistency between each quilting stitch. Though stitched by hand, each stitch penetrates the fabric and the batting equally. Native American quilting is an art form that represents the cooperative effort of many individuals and often several generations working together to finish the heirloom. Though both forms of quilting are different in origin, design, and purpose each is a valued symbol of the past that is living in the present. Quilting Techniques Intro Paragraph ends with Thesis Statement: Though the early Colonists taught quilting techniques to Native Americans, the Colonists’ "crazy quilts" differ greatly from Native American quilts. Body Paragraph One begins with To begin with, the origin, or reason for creation, of Colonist and Native American quilts was quiet different. Body Paragraph Two begins with An additional difference is in the design of the two types of quilts. Body Paragraph Three begins with Finally, the function of the quilts was quite different. Concluding Paragraph focuses on: Though both forms of quilting are different in origin, design, and purpose each is a valued symbol of the past that is living in the present.


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