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How To Write An Essay
Transcript of How To Write An Essay
After drawing a graphic organizer, outline what your essay is going to be about. Your outline should have at least 5 paragraphs and at least 5-6 bullets (facts) for each paragraph.
The final step is to write a final draft. The final draft is a re-write of the rough draft and has no spelling and grammar mistakes. This copy should also consist of an introduction paragraph, at least 3 body paragraphs, and a conclusion paragraph.
Each body paragraph should consist of at least 8-10 sentences. Each subtopic should be 1 paragraph. The body paragraphs should be well explained with examples/details. After explaining your subtopics you then should conclude the paragraphs with a concluding sentences.
The next step is to write a rough draft copy of your essay. The rough draft should have some errors because it is your first draft. The rough draft should consist of an introduction paragraph, at least 3 body paragraphs, and and a conclusion paragraph
The introduction should consist of 4-5 sentences. In these sentences you should introduce your topic. This paragraph should also consist of your thesis statement. A thesis statement is a statement that summarizes your main point of the essay in one sentence.
The conclusion should consists of at least 4-5 sentences. In the conclusion you should state your thesis statement and conclude what you wrote about. DO NOT use the words "In conclusion" and "In my opinion".
Draw a graphic organizer on your topic. Write your topic in the middle and write subtopics/facts around your topic. Each circle should be a paragraph.