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Conclusions. How to effectively close an essay…. Conclusions…. ..are the last paragraph of an essay. …use concluding transitions . (20) …should restate the main idea . (40) …should restate the most effective argument or point . (20)

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conclusions

Conclusions

How to effectively close an essay…

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Conclusions…
  • ..are the last paragraph of an essay.
  • …use concluding transitions. (20)
  • …should restate the main idea. (40)
  • …should restate the most effective argument or point. (20)
  • …should make the reader think or remember your paper. (10)
  • …should call for action. (10)
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V. Conclusion (To conclude my point)

  • Main Idea- “If I were to convince a peer to become an upstander…”
  • Point- “The most important strategy is to risk being a person who stands up for what is right with the known consequence of taunting and ridicule.”
  • Make the reader think-“What would that say to the onlookers? What would they think if they saw you, an average teenager, ignore the stigma and stand up for what was right?”
  • Call for Action- “Next time you see someone who looks uncomfortable, say something and do the right thing.

1. If you were that person, would you want someone to stand up for you?”

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To conclude my point, there are three things I would concentrate on doing if I were to convince a peer to become an upstander.

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To conclude my point, there are three things I would concentrate on doing if I were to convince a peer to become an upstander. The most important strategy is to risk being a person who stands up for what is right with the known consequence of taunting and ridicule. What would that say to the onlookers? What would they think if they saw you, an average teenager, ignore the stigma and stand up for what was right?

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To conclude my point, there are three things I would concentrate on doing if I were to convince a peer to become an upstander. The most important strategy is to risk being a person who stands up for what is right with the known consequence of taunting and ridicule. What would that say to the onlookers? What would they think if they saw you, an average teenager, ignore the stigma and stand up for what was right? Next time you see someone who looks uncomfortable, say something and do the right thing.If you were that person, would you want someone to stand up for you?

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