Essay writing demands inspiration
If you are tasked with writing a theme essay then follow these basics below:
When you write your introduction, you need to open your discussion and introduce your thesis statement. You should indicate to the reader what question is going to be answered and engage them.
When you write the body of your essay, you need to make sure that each new point you present is done so in a new paragraph. You should use words at the beginning of the paragraph to indicate to the reader how the new paragraph relates to previous ones. This can include words such as “nevertheless”, “however”, “moreover”, or “in addition”.
Start each of your paragraphs with a topic sentence. This sentence should link the new paragraph to the rest of your paper. For every point you present, you need to include substantial evidence. Make sure you revisit your thesis in each of the paragraphs, expressing how you are addressing the original question.
When you write the conclusion, you should summarize your main points. You should demonstrate to the reader how your thesis was proven with your arguments, in the end you should finish with a relevant and thought provoking, or interesting comment.
When you edit your draft, you should check for any punctuation, grammar, or spelling errors. You should remove any sections that you find are not relevant to your argument. For example: there might be one paragraph you have that has only two sentences and one piece of supporting evidence. You know it isn’t strong but you happen to love the way you wrote one of the sentences. Unfortunately your ability to turn a phrase is not going to make the argument any stronger or add new evidence. If it isn’t helping your argument, then it needs to go. Make sure you change your vocabulary so as to impress your readers. This does not mean clicking on words and substituting them with the first results from a thesaurus. It just means reading through and changing a few words here or there that you have repeated throughout the paper with a synonym. Make sure you know what the words mean before you change them. Finally, make sure and look for some feedback from your classmates or your teacher before you submit your final draft.
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