What is your thesis? What is the topic you are explaining to your reader? You catch your reader's attention here.
Identify the first point. This is your o-strong="est example. Use supporting evidence such as quotes from your research. This is not limited to one paragraph.
This is your second point. Use relevant evidence to demonstrate why this supports your thesis. Try to buid on your previous claim. Again, not limited to one paragraph.
Identify the third point. Use supporting evidence such as quotes from your research.
Remind your audience of your thesis in light of your evidence. This is your chance to also offer your suggestions for changes, an analysis of the event or suggest further research.