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02/08/2017

Effective Essay Writing Tips

To write an effective essay, you will need to complete three main parts. Before you start writing, get to know what these parts are made up of.

Introduction

Your essay's introduction will let the reader know what your essay will be about while also grabbing the reader's attention. To write this part of your essay, you will first have to know the topic and your position on it. Decide if your essay will be informative or persuasive so that you can choose the correct wording for it. Finally, end your introduction paragraph with your thesis statement. Your thesis should be a sentence that explains the topic of your essay and the overall argument of it.

Body

The body paragraphs that make up your essay should focus on supporting your thesis statement. Each paragraph should be dedicated to a main idea that helps reinforce or prove your thesis. These paragraphs should include supporting details such as quotes and research that support the main idea. To have supporting details, you may need to do some research before starting the writing process. Be sure to properly cite these details in order to make your argument stronger.

Conclusion

Once you're done writing the body paragraphs, you will need to focus your attention on the conclusion. This paragraph will bring your essay to a close and will sum up all of your ideas. Use this space to reinforce your thesis once more and concisely bring your ideas to a close. Don't forget to also include a bibliography at the end of your essay where you can cite all of the resources you used to write your paper.

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