This is the part of the essay that you are supposed to explain, describe or argue the topic.
The main ideas you wrote down on your outline becomes separate paragraphs. The paragraph begins with an introductory sentence which carries the main idea.
Ensure that the strongest points appear first and at the last paragraph within the body of the essay, the others can be fixed in the middle of the body paragraph.
Read and reread your paper to ensure the sentences are sensible and paragraphs flow into each other smoothly.
Read through your outline to help you create an appropriate thesis.
Your thesis statement must state the topic and the main argument of your essay.
Leave spaces under each idea to enable you to list smaller ideas supporting the main idea.
The ‘skeleton’ will enable you to write a more organized essay.
Narrow your focus and choose an interesting topic depending on the type of essay and purpose so you can create a top notch essay.
If you find it hard to come up with an essay topic, ask your teacher for assistance and you will get a topic which you will be required to defend with relevant sources.