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FEATURES OF ESSAY

There are five parts to every essay, and each part has five parts.  The basic essay: 

I). Introductory paragraph

A). Introductory sentence, the Hook, and the Thesis sentence/statement

B). First thesis point

C). Second thesis point

D). Third thesis point

E). Concluding sentence

II). Body Paragraph

A). Restating/rephrasing of the first thesis point from the introductory paragraph

B). First supporting sentence

C). Second supporting sentence

D). Third supporting sentence

E). Concluding sentence

III). Body Paragraph

A). Restating/rephrasing of the second thesis point from the introductory paragraph

B). First supporting sentence

C). Second supporting sentence

D). Third supporting sentence

E). Concluding sentence

IV). Body Paragraph

A).Restating/rephrasing of the third thesis point from the introductory paragraph

B). First supporting sentence

C). Second supporting sentence

D). Third supporting sentence

E). Concluding sentence

V). Concluding Paragraph - The concluding paragraph is equally as important as the introduction. You must restate (rephrase) your thesis sentence and all supporting material in a brief and concise format. You must state your proof to your supporting points. And, you must conclude your essay. All of this must fit with or merge with everything you wrote previously.

A). Transitional sentence that perhaps rewords the thesis statement of the Introductory paragraph.

B). Conclusional sentence rewording the conclusion of the first body paragraph.

C). Conclusional sentence rewording the conclusion of the second body paragraph.

D). Conclusional sentence rewording the conclusion of the third body paragraph.

E). Summation sentence to close the paper and the argument made.

Sounds simultaneously simple and complex. Keep in mind that the minimum length of any essay is five paragraphs, with five sentences per paragraph; that's 25 sentences. You'll find...
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