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FRAMEWORK FOR ACADEMIC ESSAY :
Introduction:| ---Thesis statement:   Topic:…………………………………………………….  central idea:a)       …………………………………..b)       …………………………………..c)       …………………………………..| 1st body paragraph| Topic sentence:  ~ Topic:……………………………………………………….                ~ Controlling idea:…………………………………………………Supporting details:--Elaboration:-Concluding sentence:-| 2nd  body paragraph| Topic sentence:  ~ Topic:……………………………………………………….                ~ Controlling idea:…………………………………………………Supporting details:--Elaboration:-Concluding sentence:-| 3rd body paragraph| Topic sentence:  ~ Topic:……………………………………………………….                ~ Controlling idea:…………………………………………………Supporting details:--Elaboration:-Concluding sentence:-| Conclusion:| --©Nur Sakinah Thomas/UPM|

To reach the goal of success, you need to focus on this :

* Academic essay is written with the aim to respond to a question in order to inform/ explain/persuade etc readers of an idea based on fact/evidences/views. The types of essay can be factual. persuasive, argumentative, discussion or reflective and the format can be for speech, article or even reports.

* An essay is a group of paragraphs that develops one central idea. The 3 parts of an essay are: 1). Introductory paragraph  2). The body paragraphs   3). The conclusion.

* The introductory paragraph should introduce the topic, indicate generally how the topic is going to be developed, should be inviting and contains a thesis statement (with a topic andcentral ideas) A thesis statement is the main idea of the whole essay which actually helps us to focus on our essay.

* Each of the body paragraphs introduce a topic in a sentence (topic sentence). The topic sentence also states an idea or an attitude about the topic (controlling idea). Then we need to write down some supporting details to support the main idea, elaboration to further describe, explain or discuss and construct a concluding sentence. (optional)

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