Date of publication: 2017-08-27 01:12
Remember that all essays have three main parts: introduction, body, and conclusion. There are many ways to write a good essay, but I will give you a general guide to follow which will help you to organize your ideas.
This may seem too obvious to even say, but we're saying it anyway. You can't put together a solid response to something you've read without actually giving it your full attention. Pore over the text carefully, take your time and complete a close reading of the work. Take notes in the book's margins or on a separate sheet of paper if you think that will help. In fact, beyond just assisting retention, taking notes can help you engage your mind with the reading material early. That makes it easier to craft a response to that material when you're finally called upon to do so.
If argument forms the backbone of your paper, textual details are the meat. Make sure you can back up any and all of your assertions with textual evidence, either from your primary source or from other writings (if you care to or are made to do additional research). Supporting details are an important part of making an argument. Use expressive language to make your points, favoring action verbs and active voice. At the same time, keep an eye on the economy of your language - much as we discussed in step four, you don't want to inundate readers with too much extra detail. That means curtailing flowery word usage that doesn't really accomplish anything and knowing how much evidence you need to provide to back up your claims.
Paragraph 6 : Dramatic re-telling of a personal story of picking up my cell phone and then realizing that I am going to crash into another car. Stop the story right before the crash.
I would return to my personal story and pick it up where I left off. I do crash and there is a lot of damage to my car, but no one is hurt. I can explain my great relief that my cell phone use did not end more tragically, and my personal decision to put my cell phone where I can’t reach it while driving. End with an appeal to the reader to do the same, but to also support legislation to prohibit cell phone use while driving.
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Body Paragraph One: The choice of personal experience for this article presents the ideas more effectively. (To expand this paragraph, I would give examples of the author's use of personal example and explain how he does this effectively)
Body Paragraph Three: People wh o get tattoos may have the same mixed feelings about wearing them that I have about seeing them. (How ideas in the article relate to my own experiences.)