The conclusion gives you a chance, to sum up, your ideas and close up the topic. Do not introduce any new ideas at the conclusion; summarize your prior arguments.You have the chance to restate your thesis statement and once again support your stance.
Before you begin your writing, create your essay outline.
Jot your topic in the middle of your page, draw lines branching from the topic and write main ideas at the end of each line.
The single statement must carry the overall response to the problem.
Put your thesis statement in your first paragraph then make sure you refer to it several times within the essay then restate it in your conclusion.
Before you consider your first draft a finished essay, do the editing and proofreading.
Checks the general structure of your essay and make sure the correct format is used.
After creating a thesis statement and the body of the essay write an introductory paragraph.
Make your introduction fascinating to capture the attention of your readers.
From the main ideas at the end of the lines draw more lines and include your thoughts. Write your topic at the top of your page, separate your essay into introduction, body, and conclusion.
For a five paragraph essay, have an introduction, at least three main ideas, and a conclusion.