Time and again, it has been claimed that, essay writing is no different from house building. The statement has often times been clinched but that has never nullified the truth it carries. Both an essay and a house requires a strong foundation and structure to reinforce its components. For you to complete that essay, your argument must be structurally supported with additional textual evidence. The article presents a writer with steps to follow to make your article a killer one!
Part 1: Introduction
More often than not, an essay is a question requiring you to take sides of argument. It is then wisdom to begin by answering your question the head down to deduction of your thesis statement. Thesis statement carries your biggest argument or rather the main idea you are presenting. After arguing for or against your point, elucidate and support your thesis. It is healthy to give a statement here or two that are specifically geared to elaborate on thematic relevance of your thesis. Let the sentences show some conceptual relationship to the thesis. After you are done there, try and derive a concluding statement that will link your first body paragraph to the introduction you have just written.
Part 2: The body paragraphs
A good body will always start with a topic sentence. In it, clearly state your theme or concept or basically the aspect of the text you have just began discussing. After this one line, narrow down to discussing it into further details making sure you are able to draw contextual information if they are relevant to the argument you are making.
In the second paragraph, introduce a textual instance that will illustrate your argument identifying the techniques connected to the topic. Demonstrate how this relates to your work or effects and the meaning they carry. After every paragraph here, end it with a conclusive statement that is able to compile and present every key point of that paragraph.
Parrt 3: The conclusion
The conclusion you write should strictly mirror your introduction. Here you have another opportunity to restate your thesis statement. In turn consider whether it holds up to the text as you analyze what you discussed above this part. Come up with your own worded summary carrying the main concerns that your essay tried to highlight. Revise your work