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Like most people I know that an essay includes an introduction, a body, and a conclusion. But I also know more then just that, I know that essays are used to explain a process, fight for or against a certain idea or point, or to examine something. I also know what important pieces need to be put into an introduction, what a body paragraph should include, and how to seal up the whole paper with a great conclusion. Not only do I know all of that, but I am also going to share it all with you.

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To make an introduction, you must include some very important information. One, you have to start the introduction either with a mind-boggling question, a fact, or a statement. The point of the first sentence is to grab the reader’s attention and make them want to read more. Two, the introduction must also state what your going to talk about in your essay. For example: “I am going to be talking about why Skyview needs larger lockers, how lockers can be more proficient, and what injuries are caused by heavy back packs.” After you have done those 2 steps you can you can begin your body paragraph.

A body paragraph lists all your facts or arguments for one of your main ideas. Your main ideas should all be listed in your introduction and should all somehow be related to the topic. The main ideas support your topic. Now each paragraph should include at least two facts or ideas to back up your main ideas.

Topic a Main Ideas a 2+ supporting facts or arguments
Not only must you have those things, but you also have to have a good transition. Transitioning from one paragraph to the next is very important. You want to be able to go from one paragraph to the next without confusing your reader or having them wonder what happened.

So far, I have talked about the introduction and the body paragraphs. The last part of an essay is the conclusion. The conclusion sums up and closes the paper; hopefully leaving the reader wishing your essay wasn’t over. In your conclusion you should recap on all the major points of your essay. Once you have done that you should leave your reader with something they can think about for awhile. This could be a question or an odd fact. Anything that will make your reader think about your essay.

Well, I do believe I have told you just about everything that I know about essays, and how they should be written. I told you about introductions, what body paragraphs should have included in them, and how a conclusion should go. I have nothing else to say, except that next time you or someone you know has to write a five paragraph essay on “Essays”, at least you’ll know how to make one.