You can then take a look at the essay with fresh eyes and view it in much the same way that a person reading it will when they first see the piece.
After you have taken a short break or a walk (or whatever the case may be), read the entire essay again thinking about your reader.
You can utilize literary tools such as metaphors, similes, personification and descriptive adjectives.
Once you have the columns laid out you can start to fill them with details that help to support your thesis.
When you write your essay, it is your job to convey your idea about that topic through your description of that topic and the way that you lay things out for your reader.
You need to show your reader (not tell them) what you are trying to describe by illustrating a picture in their mind’s eye very carefully.
These should be the most interesting items that you have noted in your columns and will the details that you flesh out into the paragraphs of the body of your essay.
Topics are set out in each separate paragraph and a topic sentence begins that paragraph and need to relate to your introductory paragraph and your thesis.
Your essay needs to be structured in a manner that helps your topic to make sense.
If you are describing an event, you will need to write your paragraphs in chronological order.