Paragraph Form: Definition, Types & Examples Video


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What is a paragraph?

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1. How is a paragraph similar to an essay?

2. What is meant by the the phrase 'paragraph form?'

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

If you have some writing to do for a school assignment, it's imperative that you know how best to make a paragraph. Take the assessment to measure your knowledge on paragraph construction and the steps involved when writing one.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

When it comes to paragraphs, this quiz assesses your understanding in the following ways:

  • Define paragraph
  • Understand similarities between paragraphs and essays
  • Recognize the meaning of 'paragraph form'
  • Recall the three main parts of a paragraph

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - draw from the most pertinent information found in the lesson on paragraph construction
  • Defining key concepts - accurately recognize the definition of 'paragraph form'
  • Knowledge application - use this information to successfully answer questions about paragraph form and construction

Additional Learning

The lesson called Paragraph Form: Definition, Types & Examples offers more information for you to learn as it covers the following objectives:

  • Explain the three main parts of a paragraph
  • Provide an example of a paragraph that is fully constructed
  • Define concluding sentence
  • Identify the key to creating a strong paragraph