Organizing An Essay

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This paragraph may begin with "In conclusion" or "To conclude" (although some markers find these somewhat mundane) or "Clearly" and often restates the thesis statement in different words.It may move from there to a general comment about life, or to a final important point, or to a suggestion about future action that may be needed.

This paragraph may begin with "In conclusion" or "To conclude" (although some markers find these somewhat mundane) or "Clearly" and often restates the thesis statement in different words.It may move from there to a general comment about life, or to a final important point, or to a suggestion about future action that may be needed.

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Along with your thesis statement, you will be giving people a sneak peek at the main points you are going to cover in your essay.

Why call it a peanut butter and jelly sandwich if it doesn't have peanut butter or jelly?

Just like item names in delis and sandwich and sub shops found all over the world, the title of our essay should be either descriptive of the contents of our essay or engaging to the point where the curiosity of individuals will compel them to read more.

The main idea is often written at the end of this paragraph in a thesis statement, which may also contain three or more reasons (written very succinctly) for supporting this main idea.

Each of these reasons should be elaborated on in the body paragraphs that follow.

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