Some jurisdictions refer to paragraphing in schools as having the P-E-E or P-E-A structure. These refer to Point-Evidence-Explanation or Point-Evidence-Analysis. In my teaching, I used to call this structure the Point-Proof-Explanation style. Regardless of what you want to call it - a rose by another name would smell as sweet - this structure is extremely helpful if you are learning to write paragraphs for school or other academic contexts. This structure also works in professional settings too. Here are some practical tips for creating PEE/PEA paragraphs, whether as stand-alone paragraphs in answer to particular questions on school exams or as body paragraphs that create part of an essay.
Wondering how to improve your essay writing skills? Well, you and I both know the only way to do this is to practice more. But practice what? And practice how? Easy: practice reading, writing, and getting feedback.