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Guide to Writing Conclusions

5 month ago with no comments in Conclusion
A good conclusion is going to bring your overall work to its final stage. It is what will be most memorable about your document because it is the last thing your reader will have seen. Like your introduction, it is vital that you are considerate of your reader in your conclusion and that you ...

Paragraph Development and Organization

5 month ago with no comments in Paragraph
Many people struggle with writing a complete, unified, and coherent paragraph, no matter what purpose that paragraph serves. In order to be complete, a paragraph has three necessary parts: the topic sentence, the body, and the concluding sentence. These parts are vital because they help the ...

A Guide to Writing Introductions

6 month ago with 1 comment in Introduction
Writing an introduction is a vital and essential part of any paper. It is the first thing your reader is going to see. It is the first contact with your reader. It sets the tone and the style of what the reader will be reading. You want to make sure it is conveying the right message, and is ...

How to Cluster – a Brainstorming Exercise

2 years ago with no comments in Organization, Outlines
How to use Clustering to Brainstorm a Topic When you need to write about something or face a big project, it is a good idea to try a brainstorming activity. Different brainstorming activities work better depending on the project or topic. However, one of my favorites and a common brainstorming ...

Essay Writing Strategies – “Building a

2 years ago with no comments in Organization
How Building an Essay is Similar to Building a House While there are many writing strategies for building an essay that can be successful, I often recommend this strategy to my students because I think it is easy to relate to and helps students clearly see the bottom up structure of essay ...