How to Write Better Essays
1. Start with a Thesis Statement
Once you have a strong introduction, it's time to start building the body of your essay. The body of your essay should develop and elaborate on your argument and provide a clear path for the reader to follow. It should also be structured in paragraphs, which helps to keep your writing organized and easy to read.
The last section of your essay is the conclusion. This is where you summarize your main points and argue how they connect to your thesis statement. It is also a chance to highlight any important information that may have been missed from your introduction and re-state your thesis statement in a different way. A good conclusion will also include a little bit of background on your topic, such as "how did Braille change the lives of blind people?" or something along those lines.
3. Create Topic Sentences
4. Structure Your Paragraphs
5. Write a Strong Conclusion