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How To Wrtie Essay

  • Submitted by: carlito713
  • on March 4, 2009
  • Category: English
  • Length: 326 words

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A five-paragraph essay follows a specific format and has several important parts, but they don’t always need to be followed exactly. Every paragraph follows the same format as the entire essay. The essay contains a thesis that touches on all points that are going to be made, body paragraphs that explain points in more detail, and a conclusion that sums up your ideas.   Five paragraph essays can be a very helpful writing tool.  
Thesis Statement
The thesis statement is your position on the subject and it follows the same format as every paragraph in the essay.   It has a topic sentence, and supporting sentences that list what will be further explained in the body paragraphs.   It has a concluding sentence that leads into the next paragraph.   Eventually, you will touch on the thesis statement again in your concluding paragraph.
Body Paragraphs
The body paragraphs allow the writer to elaborate on the reasons for his/her position.   They should follow the same order as listed in the thesis.   They contain a topic sentence, and supporting sentences that express their argument in detail.   The body paragraphs are what make up the majority of the essay and like the thesis statement, are referenced again in the concluding paragraph.  
Conclusion
The conclusion paragraph of an essay reiterates all ideas and points made throughout the essay.   Included in these thoughts should be the thesis statement, and body paragraphs.   It follows the same format as the aforementioned paragraphs.   Additionally, it requires a topic sentence, supporting sentences, and a final conclusion.

A five-paragraph essay follows a specific format and has several important parts, but is not entirely rigid. Every paragraph follows the same format as the entire essay, but does not need to be exact in length or size. The thesis, body paragraphs, and conclusion have similar structures but serve different purposes.   When used correctly, your ideas can be organized in logical format that the reader can...

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