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What’s the Point?

Read the following paragraph. In the text box below, type in a sample topic sentence for the paragraph. When you are done, click on Check My Answer. While the wording may be different, see if your topic sentence reflects the same point as the sample sentence given in the pop-up window.

Paragraph A

The World Wide Web is a network of thousands of computers across the world. Researchers, students, government agencies, schools, businesses, and individuals place valuable information on computer systems, available to anyone with a computer and an Internet connection. There are millions of web sites with text, pictures, sounds, and movie clips. You can see this material by simply sending out the appropriate Internet address; after a few moments, it appears on your screen. You can type in the address directly, or you can automatically access an address by clicking on an icon or text link on a web site page that you already have on your screen. Often the information can be printed or downloaded directly to your personal computer.