ENG-105 Week 3 DQ 2 Writing an essay can be divided into at least three main parts the introduction, the body, and the conclusion

ENG-105 Week 3 DQ 2

Writing an essay can be divided into at least three main parts—the introduction, the body, and the conclusion. Looking further into the essay, the thesis statement can be implicit (implied) or explicit (a line can be drawn under it).Depending upon the length of the essay, the introduction might be more than one paragraph, but the thesis statement should generally appear at the end of the introduction. Body paragraphs follow, and each has its own unique topic sentence, the first sentence that contains the unique supporting point for that paragraph. The conclusion needs a clear transitional word or phrase at the beginning (but not “In conclusion”), and it revisits the thesis and each main point. However, no new information belongs in the conclusion.

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Please review the following video Writing Process about writing introduction paragraphs.

For the first essay, you wrote a rhetorical analysis of a public document. Please share your thesis statement for your rhetorical analysis essay. During the week, respond to your classmates with constructive feedback about their thesis statements.

Course: ENG-105 English Composition I
School: Grand Canyon University

  • : 21/08/2018
  • : 5
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