The essay is a brief narration that describes and analyzes a particular subject. The essay consists of an introduction, three body paragraphs and a conclusion. The essay aims to introduce itself directly.
Start by collecting as much data as possible. That way you will have a greater knowledge and to precisely choose the most adequate data for the essay. The literary work is used to prove or support the understanding of a topic. It provides its own formal interpretation of a certain thesis.
The introduction is the first paragraph of an essay. It includes a hook, initial information and the thesis statement. A thesis statement is the main idea of the essay and is written as one sentence in the form of a statement. The topic sentence is the first sentence of a body paragraph. It introduces the focus of the body paragraph. List the sources you used in the paper, alphabetical order and with complete bibliographical information.
A conclusion is the last paragraph of an essay. It includes a modified thesis and a clincher or challenge to the reader. A parenthetical citation is defined as a material included in parentheses within the paper. You may use direct quotations, paraphrase and avoid plagiarism. Include references to the sources of all quotations, facts, statistics and matters of opinion that are not your own but may occur at the presentation.
There are several types of the essay such as:
The argumentative essay requires the reader to have your way of thinking. The compare and contrast essay is used to examine 2 or more subjects and the similarities and/or differences between them. A reflective essay shares something you have read, learned, written or experienced.
To prove the thesis, develop and expand on the topic with the examples and citations from the literary writing task. The body paragraph develops ideas about the topic. The use of quotes means each quote included, must consist of 2-3 lines of explanation. The first sentence of the conclusion is a restatement of the thesis. Try not to introduce any new information in the conclusion. Summarize the main points of the argument from each paragraph in a way that shows they have been proven. Restate the most important points as a means of bringing the argument to a close.
Formatting means to use the correct title page format, double-space when necessary and correct the grammar mistakes.