Writing and Essay

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How much do you care for your family? It is always necessary that we take care of our family members because they are all we got in life. They can be a source of confidence and assistance whenever we undergo troubled times. Not only that, a family unit is also the very basic element in any societies, which will then become the nation. A strong family unit will lead to a strong country. In light of this importance, we can teach you how to write a family essay. Any types of essays can tackle any topics of interest. As far as importance is concerned, family is a very strong and sensible topic. You can actually create different essay types using only a single-family subject. However, before we start writing on the different family essays, let us teach you first how to build a general essay. The first thing that you need is a topic. It should be significant, relevant, interesting and has many supporting documents. Next, write the outline for your essay. This outline will serve as the plan of action for the writing process. Afterward, look for reliable and credible materials for research. Next, write the main paragraphs of the essay starting with introduction, then body and later on the conclusion. You must proofread your essay before submitting it. So let us not discuss the different ways to write a family essay. Narrative essay approach – write a family essay that will tell as troy about your family. Discuss how you interact with each family member and discuss your personal relationships with each member. Argumentative essay – compose an essay that will argue for the importance of a family in the society. You can discuss for example that the government should support  the family units in order to have a very strong country. Persuasive essay – write a persuasive essay article that will influence your readers. One possible aspect of family that you can start with is to highlight its function in the development of each individual. A broken family for example will lead...
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