The following are the 3 important sections of an essay. They are mostly applied in various essay writing activities in various subjects at Secondary School Levels and other levels. As you read them, or after reading them, you can ALWAYS DOWNLOAD A SAMPLE FORMAT OF A GOOD ESSAY by clicking this Sample Format of an Essay for FREE!
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· Definition of key terms: like Corruption and Causes.
· Other explanation/details of the question. This information shows that you know what you are talking about.
· Question sentence. This sentence tells the task you are going to complete. And the readers know what is to come and carry on reading.
- MAIN BODY.
· Topic sentence/Opening sentence/Point. This sentence states the main idea of each paragraph.
· Details/elaboration of the topic sentence. Here is where the main idea of a paragraph is explained.
· Concluding sentence of a paragraph. This sentence concludes the whole idea of a paragraph. It is mostly an example of a point.
· Transition words (Optional). First, another, Also, and Generally. These transitions logically connect one idea from one paragraph to another. They can also be used in the introduction and at the beginning of a conclusion.
· Consequence(s). These are the outcomes or consequences of the topic discussed.
· Suggestion/Your point of view about the topic discussed. This suggests what is to be done or the way forward. It can also express your point of view about the topic.
1. This is just exemplary five-paragraph essay. The exam essays have more paragraphs.
2. This format may lack some details but it is undeniable that it is going to be a useful foundation of more fundamental essay formats that may come.
3. Remember: The transitions are mostly optional in essays but they are important in connecting the ideas of the essay well.
4. Study in details the meaning and content of each essay section; introduction, main body and conclusion.
5. Check out the requirements of each essay section; introduction, main body and conclusion.
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Also check out:
Form I Sub topics, at FORM I SYLLABUS TOPICS REVIEW
Form II Sub topics, at FORM II SYLLABUS TOPICS REVIEW
Form IV Sub topics, at FORM IV SYLLABUS TOPICS REVIEW
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