How to structure your essay

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How to structure your essay

Post by tomtr » Fri Jun 18, 2021 10:36 am

If you've been tasked with writing an essay for a class assignment, the project can seem daunting. However, your assignment doesn't have to be tedious and exhausting all night long. Think of essay writing as motivational speeches or making a hamburger. Imagine the parts of a burger: a bun (bread) on top and a bun on the bottom. In the middle, you will find meat.

Your introduction is like the top bun announcing the topic, your auxiliary paragraphs are the beef in the middle, and your conclusion is the bottom bun supporting everything. Condiments will be specific examples and illustrations to help clarify key points and make your letter interesting. (Who, after all, will eat a hamburger that is all about bread and beef?)

Every part must be present: a wet or missing bun will immediately slip your fingers into the beef, unable to hold and enjoy the burger. But if your burger didn't have beef in the middle, you would be left with two dry pieces of bread.

Auxiliary paragraphs

Expanding on the hamburger essay theme and chef essay writer, the auxiliary paragraphs would be beef. This includes well-crafted and logical points to support your thesis. The subject sentence of each paragraph can serve as anchor points for your mini-sketches. A thematic sentence, which is often at the beginning of a paragraph, expresses or suggests the main idea (or topic) of the paragraph.

Bellevue College in Washington State shows you how to write four different auxiliary paragraphs on four different topics: describing a great day; savings and loans and bank failures; father of the writer; and the writer's cousin playing a joke. Bellevue explains that your auxiliary paragraphs should contain rich, vivid imagery or logical and specific supporting details, depending on your topic.

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