Are you in middle, senior, high school, college or University?
Tired of writing persuasive essays or do not know where to begin writing a persuasive essay for middle school?
To capture the reader’s attention, you can make a challenging claim about the topic or present some surprising (but factual) information.
The body of the essay provide details for the points in your introductory paragraph that support your thesis.
Some of the most common include narrative, expository, argumentative, persuasive, comparative and literary.
Are you presenting an overview or telling a story about the topic (narrative) or are you providing an analysis (expository)?
Take the points you listed in your introduction and discuss each in one body paragraph.
First, write a topic sentence that summarizes your point then explain why you feel the topic sentence is true.
Finally, support your argument with evidence such as facts, quotes, examples and statistics.
The conclusion summarizes the essay and gives the reader closure.