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The Three Parts of an Essay. 3 basic parts. Introduction Body Conclusion. Introduction. Consists of one paragraph Address the topic in the first sentence Present three examples or ideas to support your opinion. Body. Consists of three paragraphs

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3 basic parts
3 basic parts

  • Introduction

  • Body

  • Conclusion


Introduction
Introduction

  • Consists of one paragraph

  • Address the topic in the first sentence

  • Present three examples or ideas to support your opinion


Body

  • Consists of three paragraphs

  • 1st paragraph details on example one

  • 2ndparagraph details on example two

  • 3rd paragraph details on example three

  • Each paragraph should have three to five sentences

  • Use transitional words and phrases to strengthen the organization, such as:

    First of all, In conclusion,

    Secondly, As I have stated,

    Finally,

  • Indent to show where a new paragraph begins


Conclusion
Conclusion

  • Consists of one paragraph

  • Restates the introduction


In review
In Review

  • The three parts of an essay will organize into five paragraphs:

    1st Introduction

    Address the topic

    Present three examples

    2nd Details on example one

    3rd Details on example two

    4th Details on example three

    5th Conclusion

    Restate the introduction


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