Supporting Details

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BRadical
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75641
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Supporting Details
Updated:
2011-03-28 12:32:49
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English 096
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  1. Examples:
    Make ideas & concepts real & undersgtandable.
  2. FACTS & STATISTICS:
    Privide evidence using facts or numbers that the main idea is correct.
  3. REASONS:
    support an idea by giving reasons why a main idea is correct.
  4. DESCRIPTIONS:
    help the reader create a mental picture of the person, object, or place.
  5. STEPS OR PROCEDRES:
    explain how to do something using a list of steps or procedures.
  6. TIME/SEQUENCE:

    First, later, next, finally
    The author is arranging ideas in the order in which they happended.
  7. EXAMPLE/ILLUSTRATIN:

    For example, for instance, to illustrate, such as
    An example will follow
  8. CONTINUATION:

    Also, in addition, & further, another
    The aouther is continuing with the same idea & is going to provide additional information.
  9. CONTRAST:

    On the other hand, in contrast, however
    The auther is switching to a different, opposite, or contrasting idea than previously discussed.
  10. COMPARISON:

    Like, likewise, similarly
    The writer will show how the previous idea is similar to what follows.
  11. CAUSE/EFFECT:

    Because, thus, therefore, since, consequently, reasons & reactions.
    The writer will show the previous idea is similar to what follows.
  12. SUMMATION:

    Beacause, thus, therefore, since, consequently
    The writer will show a connection between two or more things, how one thing caused another, or how something happeneds as a tesult of something else.
  13. SUMMATION:

    To sum up, in conclusion
    The writer will draw his or her ideas together

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