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Complex, Definitely, and Funny: HOW TO WRITE A 5-PARAGRAPH ESSAY by emmastudies.com First paragraph 1. Eye opening sentence that catches the reader's attention; this needs to be about your subject, but it can be funny or even a little overblown, if you admit it to be such. (1a) You can elaborate briefly on what you just said, to make it connect to your real argument. 2. Summary of your first body paragraph's arguments. (2a) These summaries can be two sentences depending on how much you have to say 3. Summary of your second body paragraph's arguments. (3a) See 2a 4. Summary of your third body paragraph's arguments. (4a) Again, see 2a 5. Thesis statement: this is a summary of the entire argument of your paper, built upon the three points from your paragraphs. (5a) Your thesis can definitely be more than one sentence, but try to keep it to less than three for a 5-paragraph essay. Body paragraphs (write three of these in support of your thesis) 1. Topic sentence: a summary of the argument you make in this paragraph.(1a) This can be two sentences if the point is complex. (1b) To improve cohesion of your essay, link this sentence to the previous paragraph Then use the following structure to fill your paragraphs, and use it twice per body paragraph. โ†’ Claim: make a claim about your text, your experimental data or whatever else the assignment is about. A claim is just a small, individual piece of your total argument. โ†’ Evidence: Quote, or summarise very closely, from the text or data you've working from. Even if that data is life experience, you should most definitely cite a specific experience. Do not be general. If you need to quote a large block of text or data that's fine. Just make sure that you only quote the meaningful text or data Warrant: Explain how your evidence proves your claim. โ†’ Closing statement: Link back to your topic sentence to finish the paragraph As mention above, perform this 3-pronged attack twice per paragraph, for each body paragraph. Repeat for two more body paragraphs. Conclusion 1. Restate your thesis statement with slightly more elaboration than the first time you said it. Do not repeat your thesis exactly, but do repeat its contents in light of the three paragraphs of explaining you just did 2. Re-summarise the argument of your first body paragraph. 3. Re-summarise the argument of your second body paragraph 4. Re-summarise the argument of your third body paragraph. 5. Closing statement to tie it together ESSAY CHECKLIST. by emmastudies.com Introduction Body paragraph 1, 2,3 Conclusion 1. Eye opener 2. Paragraph 1 argument 1. Topic sentence 2. Claim 3. Evidence 4. Warrant 5. Claim 6. Evidence 7. Claim 8. Closing statement 1. Restate thesis 2. Restate first paragraph argument paragraph argument argument summary 3. Paragraph 2 argument 4. Paragraph 3 argument 5. Thesis statement 3. Restate second summary 4. Restate third paragraph summary <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://emmastudies.tumblr.com/post/153211153605">emmastudies</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p>one of my lecturers printed us a step-by-step guide to writing an essay for an assignment we had. i decided to type it up and share it with you guys. i think for the most part it is really useful and a super simple way to break down your essay. hope this helps :~)</p> </blockquote>
Complex, Definitely, and Funny: HOW TO WRITE A 5-PARAGRAPH ESSAY
 by emmastudies.com
 First paragraph
 1. Eye opening sentence that catches the reader's attention; this needs to be about
 your subject, but it can be funny or even a little overblown, if you admit it to be such.
 (1a) You can elaborate briefly on what you just said, to make it connect to your real
 argument.
 2. Summary of your first body paragraph's arguments. (2a) These summaries can be
 two sentences depending on how much you have to say
 3. Summary of your second body paragraph's arguments. (3a) See 2a
 4. Summary of your third body paragraph's arguments. (4a) Again, see 2a
 5. Thesis statement: this is a summary of the entire argument of your paper, built upon
 the three points from your paragraphs. (5a) Your thesis can definitely be more than
 one sentence, but try to keep it to less than three for a 5-paragraph essay.
 Body paragraphs (write three of these in support of your thesis)
 1. Topic sentence: a summary of the argument you make in this paragraph.(1a) This
 can be two sentences if the point is complex. (1b) To improve cohesion of your
 essay, link this sentence to the previous paragraph
 Then use the following structure to fill your paragraphs, and use it twice per body
 paragraph.
 โ†’ Claim: make a claim about your text, your experimental data or whatever else the
 assignment is about. A claim is just a small, individual piece of your total argument.
 โ†’ Evidence: Quote, or summarise very closely, from the text or data you've working
 from. Even if that data is life experience, you should most definitely cite a specific
 experience. Do not be general. If you need to quote a large block of text or data
 that's fine. Just make sure that you only quote the meaningful text or data
 Warrant: Explain how your evidence proves your claim.
 โ†’ Closing statement: Link back to your topic sentence to finish the paragraph
 As mention above, perform this 3-pronged attack twice per paragraph, for each body
 paragraph. Repeat for two more body paragraphs.
 Conclusion
 1. Restate your thesis statement with slightly more elaboration than the first time you
 said it. Do not repeat your thesis exactly, but do repeat its contents in light of the
 three paragraphs of explaining you just did
 2. Re-summarise the argument of your first body paragraph.
 3. Re-summarise the argument of your second body paragraph
 4. Re-summarise the argument of your third body paragraph.
 5. Closing statement to tie it together

 ESSAY CHECKLIST.
 by emmastudies.com
 Introduction
 Body paragraph 1, 2,3
 Conclusion
 1. Eye opener
 2. Paragraph 1 argument
 1. Topic sentence
 2. Claim
 3. Evidence
 4. Warrant
 5. Claim
 6. Evidence
 7. Claim
 8. Closing statement
 1. Restate thesis
 2. Restate first paragraph
 argument
 paragraph argument
 argument
 summary
 3. Paragraph 2 argument
 4. Paragraph 3 argument
 5. Thesis statement
 3. Restate second
 summary
 4. Restate third paragraph
 summary
<p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://emmastudies.tumblr.com/post/153211153605">emmastudies</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p>one of my lecturers printed us a step-by-step guide to writing an essay for an assignment we had. i decided to type it up and share it with you guys. i think for the most part it is really useful and a super simple way to break down your essay. hope this helps :~)</p>
</blockquote>

emmastudies: one of my lecturers printed us a step-by-step guide to writing an essay for an assignment we had. i decided to type it up and ...