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how to write an essay basic

Jul 14, 2016 12:01pm

students who don't know how to write a basic essay with details and points

  • English Language Arts
  • 9
  • Common Core / English Language Learners


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    • Jul 27, 2016 4:21am

      As every writing task ans essay consists of tree main parts: introduction (usually moves from general problem to our specific topic), body (answer the question by developing discussion, state diefferent points of view on this topic and then underpin your point of view with arguments), conclusion (summarise your argiments and restate your answer to the question and never add new information here). Another very inmportant thing is the way your essay is written, you may use different online helpers like: to improve your text and paraphrase it to avoid plagiarism.

      • Oct 18, 2017 9:17am

        Hi Gage,

        I teach English Language Arts in secondary and you know, honestly, I get that a lot. I'll tell you briefly about it and will try to help you as hard as I can.

        So, essay starts with Introduction to your topic with some general sentences, which should catch reader's attention. It could be also a quote or a question. Then Thesis Statement comes. Here you state the main idea of the essay and it works as a roadmap. Moving on, Body. Here're the main points presented in the thesis. Don't forget about Transitions such as “to begin with,” “secondly”. Finally, it's Conclusion where you bring together all the main points of your essay. The last point is Citations where you show all your credits to each source using in-text citations. To be sure you're work done perfectly don't forget to pre-check in plagiarism detection tool such as Unicheck

        Wish you good luck with it!