An effective paragraph has three parts: claim, evidence, and analysis. This will be your way of announcing the main focus of your paragraph; it should tell the reader what your paragraph will be about.
It may be helpful to think of your claims as mini arguments that support the paper’s main argument or thesis.
Try to incorporate information from several sources into each paragraph.
Avoid just "retelling" the information from a single author or article. This way, you’re not just telling the reader what one expert says, but you’re explaining how your claim is supported by research from several experts in your field.
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In a paper that incorporates research from secondary sources, your evidence may include information from articles, books, electronic sources, or any of the research you gathered.
The evidence may take the form of a direct quotation, paraphrased material, statistical data, or any other information from one of your sources that helps to support your claim.
Additionally, scientists have proven that regular exercise increases mental fitness and helps prevent stress.
Thus it is evident that exercise enhances mental ability as well as physical fitness and thus prolongs life.