Body and Supporting Paragraphs of a Term Paper
After writing background introduction of a term paper one has to write the body of the term paper. Body of the term paper is the main content. It includes more than one paragraph. Each paragraph is committed to give the detail of a specific statement or question. It is not mixed up with the question of other paragraph. Each paragraph ends with a conclusion of the question it has answered. Every next paragraph focuses more towards the topic of the term paper means the writer has to write from universal to particular. The paragraph is also supported by quotes, charts, graphs and figures. A paragraph always starts randomly but ends with a more alert conclusion.
A good body of the term paper needs some supporting paragraphs too to make it more impressive.
Elements of a body paragraph of the term paper:
The elements of the body paragraph of a term paper are as follows.
Transition sentence of a body paragraph:
In writing the body of the term paper one has to start paragraph with a transition sentence. This sentence is linking the already written paragraph with the new one.
Title sentence of a body paragraph:
This is the sentence which gives the title of the paragraph on which the paragraph is going to be proceeding.
Definite confirmation and study of a body paragraph:
This element definite confirmation and study of a body paragraph is written for supporting the information that you have mentioned in the paragraph. It gives the required details to the paragraph.
Concise concluding sentence of a body paragraph:
This is the element of a body paragraph of the term paper which gives the reason to the observer that why you have added supporting paragraph to your term paper. This element is also supporting to your work and an evidence of the information that you have added in the paragraph.
Types of supporting paragraphs:
The supporting paragraphs are of two types.
- Initiation or induction
- Conclusion or deduction
Initiation or induction type of supporting paragraphs:
This is the type of the supporting paragraphs in which the writer goes from particular to the universal specifics. When the thesis statement is written first and is hen supported by the evidences, facts and figures it is called the use of initiation or induction supporting paragraphs.
Conclusion or deduction:
In this type of supporting paragraphs the writer has to go from universal to particular information.