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how to do a draft before writing an essay..???

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: yellowmeercat889 | Category: Research papers on interior design

The conclusion of an essay may be the most important element of the essay. An essay may have an enticing introduction that draws in the reader, contain fascinating facts and persuasive details. However, it is the conclusion that wraps everything together and prompts the reader to take action or ponder further. This is the mark of a well-written conclusion.

Just as the introduction was the opening argument, the conclusion is the closing argument. This is the last chance a writer has to address the reader and influence their way of thinking. The conclusion should answer the Introduction and offer convincing compelling arguments, based on the facts within the body of the essay. Some say a conclusion is difficult to write. In truth, for the author who has researched and considered the issue, it is the climax and resolution of the struggle to present the issue within the writer’s chosen context.

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  1. author
    blueladybug476 17 Jan 2017 22:57

    The conclusion of an essay may be the most important element of the essay. An essay may have an enticing introduction that draws in the reader, contain fascinating facts and persuasive details. However, it is the conclusion that wraps everything together and prompts the reader to take action or ponder further. This is the mark of a well-written conclusion.

    Just as the introduction was the opening argument, the conclusion is the closing argument. This is the last chance a writer has to address the reader and influence their way of thinking. The conclusion should answer the Introduction and offer convincing compelling arguments, based on the facts within the body of the essay. Some say a conclusion is difficult to write. In truth, for the author who has researched and considered the issue, it is the climax and resolution of the struggle to present the issue within the writer’s chosen context.

    Whether you are writing about a novel, short story, poem or play, the conclusion to your literary analysis essay needs to connect your thesis statement to the end of your essay. Summarizing your points is necessary, but the conclusion needs to synthesize all the different elements of the work you analyzed. Conclusions illustrate the significance of your essay in light of the question you have asked, and demonstrate that you have successfully defended your literary argument.

    Each body paragraph in your essay should have broken down your thesis into subsections that you applied to the narrative, poem or play that you are writing about. The conclusion is where you synthesize the support you developed in the essay and form it into a cohesive statement that demonstrates how well you defended your argument. If Scout in To Kill A Mockingbird matured greatly throughout the novel, the conclusion reminds the reader of the way you analyzed the book''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s events, other critiques and theories throughout each paragraph of your essay.

    A well-written essay should have at least three main components: an introduction, a body and a conclusion. While the introduction introduces the topic and draws the reader in, the body of the essay usually consists of several paragraphs supporting the essay''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s main argument or hypothesis. A strong conclusion will satisfactorily draw an essay''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s argument to a close. A conclusion for a compare and contrast essay should successfully paraphrase the main points in the essay and offer a closing thought or opinion.

    A compare and contrast essay, also known as a comparison essay, talks about how two ideas or objects differ and how they are similar. Some essays may only talk about similarities, while others may only talk about differences. This focus depends on the length and scope of the essay. An example of a topic for a compare and contrast essay is a comparison between life in a city and life in the country. The conclusion to this essay will include at least two important components: the paraphrased thesis and the author''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s opinion.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you''''''''''''''''re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

    For an argument essay to be effective, it must contain certain elements that will persuade the audience to see things from your perspective. For this reason, you must take a few minutes to plan and prepare before you jump into writing an argument essay.

    To find good topic for an argument essay you should consider several issues at first, and choose a few that spark two solid, conflicting points of view or very different conclusions. As you look over a list of topics you should find one that really piques your interest.

    Strategies for Writing a Conclusion

    Strategies for Writing a Conclusion

    Conclusions are often the most difficult part of an essay to write, and many writers feel that they have nothing left to say after having written the paper. A writer needs to keep in mind that the conclusion is often what a reader remembers best. Your conclusion should be the best part of your paper.

    A conclusion should

    • stress the importance of the thesis statement,
    • give the essay a sense of completeness, and
    • leave a final impression on the reader.

    Suggestions

    From the parking lot, I could see the towers of the castle of the Magic Kingdom standing stately against the blue sky. To the right, the tall peak of The Matterhorn rose even higher. From the left, I could hear the jungle sounds of Adventureland. As I entered the gate, Main Street stretched before me with its quaint shops evoking an old-fashioned small town so charming it could never have existed. I was entranced. Disneyland may have been built for children, but it brings out the child in adults.

    Throughout your academic career, you will usually be asked to write an essay. You may work on an assigned essay for class, enter an essay contest or write essays for college admissions. This article will show you the writing and revision processes for all types of essays. Then, it will explore how to write narrative, persuasive and expository essays.

    Resemblance argument essays are essays based on comparisons. The purpose of a resemblance argument essay is to explain why X is or is not like Y. The X is usually solid while the Y is more typically an opinion. The best topics have multiple causes and effects or pros and cons and are not solely based on opinion.

    Brainstorm topic ideas by thinking of concrete issues (positive or negative) like underage drinking, AIDS in Africa, or cost of healthcare. Try to choose an issue that you have previous knowledge of or are interested in researching.

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    beautifulsnake909 18 Jan 2017 00:37

    I Thesis 2. Major Arguments ( Lets say three) 3. First Point or Argument explained and illustrated with credible evidence. 4. Second Point Explained and Illustrated 5. Third Point etc. 6. Opposition aknowledged and refuted 7. Summary of Main points and Conclusion

  3. author
    John Aristarch 18 Jan 2017 04:04

    The conclusion of an essay may be the most important element of the essay. An essay may have an enticing introduction that draws in the reader, contain fascinating facts and persuasive details. However, it is the conclusion that wraps everything together and prompts the reader to take action or ponder further. This is the mark of a well-written conclusion.

    Just as the introduction was the opening argument, the conclusion is the closing argument. This is the last chance a writer has to address the reader and influence their way of thinking. The conclusion should answer the Introduction and offer convincing compelling arguments, based on the facts within the body of the essay. Some say a conclusion is difficult to write. In truth, for the author who has researched and considered the issue, it is the climax and resolution of the struggle to present the issue within the writer’s chosen context.

    Whether you are writing about a novel, short story, poem or play, the conclusion to your literary analysis essay needs to connect your thesis statement to the end of your essay. Summarizing your points is necessary, but the conclusion needs to synthesize all the different elements of the work you analyzed. Conclusions illustrate the significance of your essay in light of the question you have asked, and demonstrate that you have successfully defended your literary argument.

    Each body paragraph in your essay should have broken down your thesis into subsections that you applied to the narrative, poem or play that you are writing about. The conclusion is where you synthesize the support you developed in the essay and form it into a cohesive statement that demonstrates how well you defended your argument. If Scout in To Kill A Mockingbird matured greatly throughout the novel, the conclusion reminds the reader of the way you analyzed the book''''''''''''''''s events, other critiques and theories throughout each paragraph of your essay.

    A well-written essay should have at least three main components: an introduction, a body and a conclusion. While the introduction introduces the topic and draws the reader in, the body of the essay usually consists of several paragraphs supporting the essay''''''''s main argument or hypothesis. A strong conclusion will satisfactorily draw an essay''''''''s argument to a close. A conclusion for a compare and contrast essay should successfully paraphrase the main points in the essay and offer a closing thought or opinion.

    A compare and contrast essay, also known as a comparison essay, talks about how two ideas or objects differ and how they are similar. Some essays may only talk about similarities, while others may only talk about differences. This focus depends on the length and scope of the essay. An example of a topic for a compare and contrast essay is a comparison between life in a city and life in the country. The conclusion to this essay will include at least two important components: the paraphrased thesis and the author''''''''s opinion.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you''''re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

    For an argument essay to be effective, it must contain certain elements that will persuade the audience to see things from your perspective. For this reason, you must take a few minutes to plan and prepare before you jump into writing an argument essay.

    To find good topic for an argument essay you should consider several issues at first, and choose a few that spark two solid, conflicting points of view or very different conclusions. As you look over a list of topics you should find one that really piques your interest.

    Strategies for Writing a Conclusion

    Strategies for Writing a Conclusion

    Conclusions are often the most difficult part of an essay to write, and many writers feel that they have nothing left to say after having written the paper. A writer needs to keep in mind that the conclusion is often what a reader remembers best. Your conclusion should be the best part of your paper.

    A conclusion should

    • stress the importance of the thesis statement,
    • give the essay a sense of completeness, and
    • leave a final impression on the reader.

    Suggestions

    From the parking lot, I could see the towers of the castle of the Magic Kingdom standing stately against the blue sky. To the right, the tall peak of The Matterhorn rose even higher. From the left, I could hear the jungle sounds of Adventureland. As I entered the gate, Main Street stretched before me with its quaint shops evoking an old-fashioned small town so charming it could never have existed. I was entranced. Disneyland may have been built for children, but it brings out the child in adults.

  4. author
    silversnake886 17 Jan 2017 22:33

    The conclusion of an essay may be the most important element of the essay. An essay may have an enticing introduction that draws in the reader, contain fascinating facts and persuasive details. However, it is the conclusion that wraps everything together and prompts the reader to take action or ponder further. This is the mark of a well-written conclusion.

    Just as the introduction was the opening argument, the conclusion is the closing argument. This is the last chance a writer has to address the reader and influence their way of thinking. The conclusion should answer the Introduction and offer convincing compelling arguments, based on the facts within the body of the essay. Some say a conclusion is difficult to write. In truth, for the author who has researched and considered the issue, it is the climax and resolution of the struggle to present the issue within the writer’s chosen context.

    Whether you are writing about a novel, short story, poem or play, the conclusion to your literary analysis essay needs to connect your thesis statement to the end of your essay. Summarizing your points is necessary, but the conclusion needs to synthesize all the different elements of the work you analyzed. Conclusions illustrate the significance of your essay in light of the question you have asked, and demonstrate that you have successfully defended your literary argument.

    Each body paragraph in your essay should have broken down your thesis into subsections that you applied to the narrative, poem or play that you are writing about. The conclusion is where you synthesize the support you developed in the essay and form it into a cohesive statement that demonstrates how well you defended your argument. If Scout in To Kill A Mockingbird matured greatly throughout the novel, the conclusion reminds the reader of the way you analyzed the book''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s events, other critiques and theories throughout each paragraph of your essay.

    A well-written essay should have at least three main components: an introduction, a body and a conclusion. While the introduction introduces the topic and draws the reader in, the body of the essay usually consists of several paragraphs supporting the essay''''''''''''''''s main argument or hypothesis. A strong conclusion will satisfactorily draw an essay''''''''''''''''s argument to a close. A conclusion for a compare and contrast essay should successfully paraphrase the main points in the essay and offer a closing thought or opinion.

    A compare and contrast essay, also known as a comparison essay, talks about how two ideas or objects differ and how they are similar. Some essays may only talk about similarities, while others may only talk about differences. This focus depends on the length and scope of the essay. An example of a topic for a compare and contrast essay is a comparison between life in a city and life in the country. The conclusion to this essay will include at least two important components: the paraphrased thesis and the author''''''''''''''''s opinion.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you''''''''re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

    For an argument essay to be effective, it must contain certain elements that will persuade the audience to see things from your perspective. For this reason, you must take a few minutes to plan and prepare before you jump into writing an argument essay.

    To find good topic for an argument essay you should consider several issues at first, and choose a few that spark two solid, conflicting points of view or very different conclusions. As you look over a list of topics you should find one that really piques your interest.

    Strategies for Writing a Conclusion

    Strategies for Writing a Conclusion

    Conclusions are often the most difficult part of an essay to write, and many writers feel that they have nothing left to say after having written the paper. A writer needs to keep in mind that the conclusion is often what a reader remembers best. Your conclusion should be the best part of your paper.

    A conclusion should

    • stress the importance of the thesis statement,
    • give the essay a sense of completeness, and
    • leave a final impression on the reader.

    Suggestions

    From the parking lot, I could see the towers of the castle of the Magic Kingdom standing stately against the blue sky. To the right, the tall peak of The Matterhorn rose even higher. From the left, I could hear the jungle sounds of Adventureland. As I entered the gate, Main Street stretched before me with its quaint shops evoking an old-fashioned small town so charming it could never have existed. I was entranced. Disneyland may have been built for children, but it brings out the child in adults.

    Throughout your academic career, you will usually be asked to write an essay. You may work on an assigned essay for class, enter an essay contest or write essays for college admissions. This article will show you the writing and revision processes for all types of essays. Then, it will explore how to write narrative, persuasive and expository essays.

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    Mizrob Narzullayev 18 Jan 2017 06:10

    You are right about 3 and 4 not being arguments. Passage 2 is an argument whose conclusion is "Same sex marriage should not be legalized." It has 2 premises: 1) God intended marriage to be a sacred union between a man and a woman." 2) Same-sex marriage violates God s will. Passage 1 is an argument, but I don t have time to spell it out. Bye

  6. author
    БАТИНА 18 Jan 2017 07:31

    The conclusion of an essay may be the most important element of the essay. An essay may have an enticing introduction that draws in the reader, contain fascinating facts and persuasive details. However, it is the conclusion that wraps everything together and prompts the reader to take action or ponder further. This is the mark of a well-written conclusion.

    Just as the introduction was the opening argument, the conclusion is the closing argument. This is the last chance a writer has to address the reader and influence their way of thinking. The conclusion should answer the Introduction and offer convincing compelling arguments, based on the facts within the body of the essay. Some say a conclusion is difficult to write. In truth, for the author who has researched and considered the issue, it is the climax and resolution of the struggle to present the issue within the writer’s chosen context.

    Whether you are writing about a novel, short story, poem or play, the conclusion to your literary analysis essay needs to connect your thesis statement to the end of your essay. Summarizing your points is necessary, but the conclusion needs to synthesize all the different elements of the work you analyzed. Conclusions illustrate the significance of your essay in light of the question you have asked, and demonstrate that you have successfully defended your literary argument.

    Each body paragraph in your essay should have broken down your thesis into subsections that you applied to the narrative, poem or play that you are writing about. The conclusion is where you synthesize the support you developed in the essay and form it into a cohesive statement that demonstrates how well you defended your argument. If Scout in To Kill A Mockingbird matured greatly throughout the novel, the conclusion reminds the reader of the way you analyzed the book''''s events, other critiques and theories throughout each paragraph of your essay.

    A well-written essay should have at least three main components: an introduction, a body and a conclusion. While the introduction introduces the topic and draws the reader in, the body of the essay usually consists of several paragraphs supporting the essay''s main argument or hypothesis. A strong conclusion will satisfactorily draw an essay''s argument to a close. A conclusion for a compare and contrast essay should successfully paraphrase the main points in the essay and offer a closing thought or opinion.

    A compare and contrast essay, also known as a comparison essay, talks about how two ideas or objects differ and how they are similar. Some essays may only talk about similarities, while others may only talk about differences. This focus depends on the length and scope of the essay. An example of a topic for a compare and contrast essay is a comparison between life in a city and life in the country. The conclusion to this essay will include at least two important components: the paraphrased thesis and the author''s opinion.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you're arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

  7. author
    п.шейк 17 Jan 2017 22:02

    The conclusion of an essay may be the most important element of the essay. An essay may have an enticing introduction that draws in the reader, contain fascinating facts and persuasive details. However, it is the conclusion that wraps everything together and prompts the reader to take action or ponder further. This is the mark of a well-written conclusion.

    Just as the introduction was the opening argument, the conclusion is the closing argument. This is the last chance a writer has to address the reader and influence their way of thinking. The conclusion should answer the Introduction and offer convincing compelling arguments, based on the facts within the body of the essay. Some say a conclusion is difficult to write. In truth, for the author who has researched and considered the issue, it is the climax and resolution of the struggle to present the issue within the writer’s chosen context.

    Whether you are writing about a novel, short story, poem or play, the conclusion to your literary analysis essay needs to connect your thesis statement to the end of your essay. Summarizing your points is necessary, but the conclusion needs to synthesize all the different elements of the work you analyzed. Conclusions illustrate the significance of your essay in light of the question you have asked, and demonstrate that you have successfully defended your literary argument.

    Each body paragraph in your essay should have broken down your thesis into subsections that you applied to the narrative, poem or play that you are writing about. The conclusion is where you synthesize the support you developed in the essay and form it into a cohesive statement that demonstrates how well you defended your argument. If Scout in To Kill A Mockingbird matured greatly throughout the novel, the conclusion reminds the reader of the way you analyzed the book''''''''s events, other critiques and theories throughout each paragraph of your essay.

    A well-written essay should have at least three main components: an introduction, a body and a conclusion. While the introduction introduces the topic and draws the reader in, the body of the essay usually consists of several paragraphs supporting the essay''''s main argument or hypothesis. A strong conclusion will satisfactorily draw an essay''''s argument to a close. A conclusion for a compare and contrast essay should successfully paraphrase the main points in the essay and offer a closing thought or opinion.

    A compare and contrast essay, also known as a comparison essay, talks about how two ideas or objects differ and how they are similar. Some essays may only talk about similarities, while others may only talk about differences. This focus depends on the length and scope of the essay. An example of a topic for a compare and contrast essay is a comparison between life in a city and life in the country. The conclusion to this essay will include at least two important components: the paraphrased thesis and the author''''s opinion.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you''re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

    For an argument essay to be effective, it must contain certain elements that will persuade the audience to see things from your perspective. For this reason, you must take a few minutes to plan and prepare before you jump into writing an argument essay.

    To find good topic for an argument essay you should consider several issues at first, and choose a few that spark two solid, conflicting points of view or very different conclusions. As you look over a list of topics you should find one that really piques your interest.

  8. author
    Ziise 18 Jan 2017 00:20

    It depends on what you re trying to prove. But my first attempt would be to negate the conclusion and attempt a proof by contradiction. In other words, if your conclusion is "A," then your proof would look something like: 1. Assume "not A" is true. 2. If "not A" is true, than "B" and/or "C" are true. 3. If "B" is true, then. 4. Etc. . . n. But that results in a contradiction. n+1. Therefore "not A" is false, meaning "A" is true. This isn t guaranteed to work, of course, but it s worth a shot.

  9. author
    smallleopard749 18 Jan 2017 00:05

    The conclusion of an essay may be the most important element of the essay. An essay may have an enticing introduction that draws in the reader, contain fascinating facts and persuasive details. However, it is the conclusion that wraps everything together and prompts the reader to take action or ponder further. This is the mark of a well-written conclusion.

    Just as the introduction was the opening argument, the conclusion is the closing argument. This is the last chance a writer has to address the reader and influence their way of thinking. The conclusion should answer the Introduction and offer convincing compelling arguments, based on the facts within the body of the essay. Some say a conclusion is difficult to write. In truth, for the author who has researched and considered the issue, it is the climax and resolution of the struggle to present the issue within the writer’s chosen context.

    Whether you are writing about a novel, short story, poem or play, the conclusion to your literary analysis essay needs to connect your thesis statement to the end of your essay. Summarizing your points is necessary, but the conclusion needs to synthesize all the different elements of the work you analyzed. Conclusions illustrate the significance of your essay in light of the question you have asked, and demonstrate that you have successfully defended your literary argument.

    Each body paragraph in your essay should have broken down your thesis into subsections that you applied to the narrative, poem or play that you are writing about. The conclusion is where you synthesize the support you developed in the essay and form it into a cohesive statement that demonstrates how well you defended your argument. If Scout in To Kill A Mockingbird matured greatly throughout the novel, the conclusion reminds the reader of the way you analyzed the book's events, other critiques and theories throughout each paragraph of your essay.

  10. author
    yellowbird875 18 Jan 2017 09:25

    The conclusion of an essay may be the most important element of the essay. An essay may have an enticing introduction that draws in the reader, contain fascinating facts and persuasive details. However, it is the conclusion that wraps everything together and prompts the reader to take action or ponder further. This is the mark of a well-written conclusion.

    Just as the introduction was the opening argument, the conclusion is the closing argument. This is the last chance a writer has to address the reader and influence their way of thinking. The conclusion should answer the Introduction and offer convincing compelling arguments, based on the facts within the body of the essay. Some say a conclusion is difficult to write. In truth, for the author who has researched and considered the issue, it is the climax and resolution of the struggle to present the issue within the writer’s chosen context.

    Whether you are writing about a novel, short story, poem or play, the conclusion to your literary analysis essay needs to connect your thesis statement to the end of your essay. Summarizing your points is necessary, but the conclusion needs to synthesize all the different elements of the work you analyzed. Conclusions illustrate the significance of your essay in light of the question you have asked, and demonstrate that you have successfully defended your literary argument.

    Each body paragraph in your essay should have broken down your thesis into subsections that you applied to the narrative, poem or play that you are writing about. The conclusion is where you synthesize the support you developed in the essay and form it into a cohesive statement that demonstrates how well you defended your argument. If Scout in To Kill A Mockingbird matured greatly throughout the novel, the conclusion reminds the reader of the way you analyzed the book''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s events, other critiques and theories throughout each paragraph of your essay.

    A well-written essay should have at least three main components: an introduction, a body and a conclusion. While the introduction introduces the topic and draws the reader in, the body of the essay usually consists of several paragraphs supporting the essay''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s main argument or hypothesis. A strong conclusion will satisfactorily draw an essay''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s argument to a close. A conclusion for a compare and contrast essay should successfully paraphrase the main points in the essay and offer a closing thought or opinion.

    A compare and contrast essay, also known as a comparison essay, talks about how two ideas or objects differ and how they are similar. Some essays may only talk about similarities, while others may only talk about differences. This focus depends on the length and scope of the essay. An example of a topic for a compare and contrast essay is a comparison between life in a city and life in the country. The conclusion to this essay will include at least two important components: the paraphrased thesis and the author''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s opinion.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

    For an argument essay to be effective, it must contain certain elements that will persuade the audience to see things from your perspective. For this reason, you must take a few minutes to plan and prepare before you jump into writing an argument essay.

    To find good topic for an argument essay you should consider several issues at first, and choose a few that spark two solid, conflicting points of view or very different conclusions. As you look over a list of topics you should find one that really piques your interest.

    Strategies for Writing a Conclusion

    Strategies for Writing a Conclusion

    Conclusions are often the most difficult part of an essay to write, and many writers feel that they have nothing left to say after having written the paper. A writer needs to keep in mind that the conclusion is often what a reader remembers best. Your conclusion should be the best part of your paper.

    A conclusion should

    • stress the importance of the thesis statement,
    • give the essay a sense of completeness, and
    • leave a final impression on the reader.

    Suggestions

    From the parking lot, I could see the towers of the castle of the Magic Kingdom standing stately against the blue sky. To the right, the tall peak of The Matterhorn rose even higher. From the left, I could hear the jungle sounds of Adventureland. As I entered the gate, Main Street stretched before me with its quaint shops evoking an old-fashioned small town so charming it could never have existed. I was entranced. Disneyland may have been built for children, but it brings out the child in adults.

    Throughout your academic career, you will usually be asked to write an essay. You may work on an assigned essay for class, enter an essay contest or write essays for college admissions. This article will show you the writing and revision processes for all types of essays. Then, it will explore how to write narrative, persuasive and expository essays.

    Resemblance argument essays are essays based on comparisons. The purpose of a resemblance argument essay is to explain why X is or is not like Y. The X is usually solid while the Y is more typically an opinion. The best topics have multiple causes and effects or pros and cons and are not solely based on opinion.

    Brainstorm topic ideas by thinking of concrete issues (positive or negative) like underage drinking, AIDS in Africa, or cost of healthcare. Try to choose an issue that you have previous knowledge of or are interested in researching.

  11. author
    goldenostrich382 17 Jan 2017 22:03

    The conclusion of an essay may be the most important element of the essay. An essay may have an enticing introduction that draws in the reader, contain fascinating facts and persuasive details. However, it is the conclusion that wraps everything together and prompts the reader to take action or ponder further. This is the mark of a well-written conclusion.

    Just as the introduction was the opening argument, the conclusion is the closing argument. This is the last chance a writer has to address the reader and influence their way of thinking. The conclusion should answer the Introduction and offer convincing compelling arguments, based on the facts within the body of the essay. Some say a conclusion is difficult to write. In truth, for the author who has researched and considered the issue, it is the climax and resolution of the struggle to present the issue within the writer’s chosen context.

    Whether you are writing about a novel, short story, poem or play, the conclusion to your literary analysis essay needs to connect your thesis statement to the end of your essay. Summarizing your points is necessary, but the conclusion needs to synthesize all the different elements of the work you analyzed. Conclusions illustrate the significance of your essay in light of the question you have asked, and demonstrate that you have successfully defended your literary argument.

    Each body paragraph in your essay should have broken down your thesis into subsections that you applied to the narrative, poem or play that you are writing about. The conclusion is where you synthesize the support you developed in the essay and form it into a cohesive statement that demonstrates how well you defended your argument. If Scout in To Kill A Mockingbird matured greatly throughout the novel, the conclusion reminds the reader of the way you analyzed the book''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s events, other critiques and theories throughout each paragraph of your essay.

    A well-written essay should have at least three main components: an introduction, a body and a conclusion. While the introduction introduces the topic and draws the reader in, the body of the essay usually consists of several paragraphs supporting the essay''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s main argument or hypothesis. A strong conclusion will satisfactorily draw an essay''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s argument to a close. A conclusion for a compare and contrast essay should successfully paraphrase the main points in the essay and offer a closing thought or opinion.

    A compare and contrast essay, also known as a comparison essay, talks about how two ideas or objects differ and how they are similar. Some essays may only talk about similarities, while others may only talk about differences. This focus depends on the length and scope of the essay. An example of a topic for a compare and contrast essay is a comparison between life in a city and life in the country. The conclusion to this essay will include at least two important components: the paraphrased thesis and the author''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s opinion.

    A persuasive essay is an essay used to convince a reader about a particular idea or focus, usually one that you believe in. Your persuasive essay could be based on anything about which you have an opinion. Whether you''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''re arguing against junk food at school or petitioning for a raise from your boss, the persuasive essay is a skill that everyone should know.

    For an argument essay to be effective, it must contain certain elements that will persuade the audience to see things from your perspective. For this reason, you must take a few minutes to plan and prepare before you jump into writing an argument essay.

    To find good topic for an argument essay you should consider several issues at first, and choose a few that spark two solid, conflicting points of view or very different conclusions. As you look over a list of topics you should find one that really piques your interest.

    Strategies for Writing a Conclusion

    Strategies for Writing a Conclusion

    Conclusions are often the most difficult part of an essay to write, and many writers feel that they have nothing left to say after having written the paper. A writer needs to keep in mind that the conclusion is often what a reader remembers best. Your conclusion should be the best part of your paper.

    A conclusion should

    • stress the importance of the thesis statement,
    • give the essay a sense of completeness, and
    • leave a final impression on the reader.

    Suggestions

    From the parking lot, I could see the towers of the castle of the Magic Kingdom standing stately against the blue sky. To the right, the tall peak of The Matterhorn rose even higher. From the left, I could hear the jungle sounds of Adventureland. As I entered the gate, Main Street stretched before me with its quaint shops evoking an old-fashioned small town so charming it could never have existed. I was entranced. Disneyland may have been built for children, but it brings out the child in adults.

    Throughout your academic career, you will usually be asked to write an essay. You may work on an assigned essay for class, enter an essay contest or write essays for college admissions. This article will show you the writing and revision processes for all types of essays. Then, it will explore how to write narrative, persuasive and expository essays.

    Resemblance argument essays are essays based on comparisons. The purpose of a resemblance argument essay is to explain why X is or is not like Y. The X is usually solid while the Y is more typically an opinion. The best topics have multiple causes and effects or pros and cons and are not solely based on opinion.

    Brainstorm topic ideas by thinking of concrete issues (positive or negative) like underage drinking, AIDS in Africa, or cost of healthcare. Try to choose an issue that you have previous knowledge of or are interested in researching.

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    goldenmouse217 17 Jan 2017 23:03

    The conclusion of an essay may be the most important element of the essay. An essay may have an enticing introduction that draws in the reader, contain fascinating facts and persuasive details. However, it is the conclusion that wraps everything together and prompts the reader to take action or ponder further. This is the mark of a well-written conclusion.

    Just as the introduction was the opening argument, the conclusion is the closing argument. This is the last chance a writer has to address the reader and influence their way of thinking. The conclusion should answer the Introduction and offer convincing compelling arguments, based on the facts within the body of the essay. Some say a conclusion is difficult to write. In truth, for the author who has researched and considered the issue, it is the climax and resolution of the struggle to present the issue within the writer’s chosen context.

    Whether you are writing about a novel, short story, poem or play, the conclusion to your literary analysis essay needs to connect your thesis statement to the end of your essay. Summarizing your points is necessary, but the conclusion needs to synthesize all the different elements of the work you analyzed. Conclusions illustrate the significance of your essay in light of the question you have asked, and demonstrate that you have successfully defended your literary argument.

    Each body paragraph in your essay should have broken down your thesis into subsections that you applied to the narrative, poem or play that you are writing about. The conclusion is where you synthesize the support you developed in the essay and form it into a cohesive statement that demonstrates how well you defended your argument. If Scout in To Kill A Mockingbird matured greatly throughout the novel, the conclusion reminds the reader of the way you analyzed the book''s events, other critiques and theories throughout each paragraph of your essay.

    A well-written essay should have at least three main components: an introduction, a body and a conclusion. While the introduction introduces the topic and draws the reader in, the body of the essay usually consists of several paragraphs supporting the essay's main argument or hypothesis. A strong conclusion will satisfactorily draw an essay's argument to a close. A conclusion for a compare and contrast essay should successfully paraphrase the main points in the essay and offer a closing thought or opinion.

    A compare and contrast essay, also known as a comparison essay, talks about how two ideas or objects differ and how they are similar. Some essays may only talk about similarities, while others may only talk about differences. This focus depends on the length and scope of the essay. An example of a topic for a compare and contrast essay is a comparison between life in a city and life in the country. The conclusion to this essay will include at least two important components: the paraphrased thesis and the author's opinion.