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Parts of an Essay!

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Sarah Dupont

on 17 February 2014

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Transcript of Parts of an Essay!

Parts of an Essay!
Introduction:
Restate Thesis:
Now that you have proven your thesis statement is true through your supporting points, come to a conclusion.
Summarize Main Points:
Using one sentence per point, summarize each of your main points.
Main Point #1:
Topic Sentence
Supporting detail
Supporting detail
Supporting detail
Transition from MP#1 - MP#2
Who's ready to start their own?
Introduce Main Points:
Transition Sentence:
Body:
Thesis Statement:
A
thesis statement
is a single sentence that defines your entire essay.
You should have AT LEAST THREE main points, each supporting your thesis!
Transition sentences
enable an essay to flow smoothly by connecting one paragraph to the next.
Conclusion:
Topic Sentence
Supporting detail
Supporting detail
Supporting detail
Transition from MP#2 - MP#3
Topic Sentence
Supporting detail
Supporting detail
Supporting detail
Supporting detail
Main Point #2:
Main Point #3
Clincher:
The last and best sentence, a clincher uses imagery to end your essay with a "BANG!"
Here we go!
IMAGINE!
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