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Many of you would improve if you followed the PEEL template
Teel topic sentence
Writing TEEL Paragraphs
TEEL- Topic Sentence
• T- Topic Sentence (TS)
• What is the point of the (whole) paragraph?
• This directly should answer the question asked.
• Make sure you address all parts of the question
• Make sure you don’t just have a fact - a TS needs to broadly
introduce what you are going to talk about in the paragraph
• Great if you can catch the reader’s attention too
• Sometimes it is better to write your evidence and explanation and
then go back to write your topic sentence- just leave a few lines.
• You need to site the sources provided to show that you can analyze
evidence to back up your argument.
• If your example comes from the sources, cite the source in your
paragraph – either by name or in brackets (Source A).
• Source A…
-gives the impression that
-points to the fact that
-points out that
-provides evidence that
• You need to explain how the evidence from the sources you have
discussed is important to answering the question.
• Opportunity to elaborate your argument.
• Often a good time to use phrases that show connections between ideas
Adding words Sequencing words Emphasising words Connecting words Comparing words
-at the same time
-as a result
• Link Sentence (LS).
• You need to finish your paragraph with a sentence which
captures the essence of the paragraph and links it back to the
• If you are struggling just put:
… X, Y and Z are the reasons that …..(address the question).
• Otherwise can be more nuanced, reiterate main ideas discussed and
link back to the question.
- To sum up,
In summing up,