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  1. ESSAY

  2. WhatisanEssay? • Anessayis a piece of writing, usuallyfromanauthor's personal point of view. Essayscan beliterarycriticism, politicalmanifestos, learnedarguments, observations of dailylife, recollections, and reflections of theauthor.

  3. Types of essays • Argumentative essay • Autobiographical essay • Descriptive essay • Narrative essay • Persuasive essay • Photo essay

  4. Argumentative essay • Argument essays are written to present an opinion which either favors or disagrees with a controversial topic. The writer of the argument essay must prove his viewpoint by supporting it with convincing facts and evidences from the reliable sources.

  5. Autobiographical essay • An autobiographical essay is a short description of the writer's own life. It highlights the main aspects of your personal, educational, social and professional life.

  6. Descriptive essay • A descriptive essay gives the detailed description about a topic like person, place, or any incident.

  7. Narrative essay • A narrative essay is used to narrate a course of events. We can share our experiences by means of the essay.

  8. Persuasive essay • Persuasive essay is used by the writer to convince the readers to believe in his opinion.

  9. Photo essay A photo essay is a collection of photographs that tell a story. The writers often add captions or text along with the photographs for a better description.

  10. Thesis: why do the cities need heroes?

  11. 1st Paragraph: • Introduction: Explainyourthesisstatement, and howyou'regoingtoaffirmit, withoutbeingtoospecific. • Do not use obviousexpressionssuch as, "Thisessayisabout..." or "Thetopic of thisessayis..." or "I willnow show that...". • Oneapproachistobeginwith a general statement, thenfollowitwith a questionorproblem, thenwithyourthesisstatement, and a briefoverview of yourpoints.

  12. YOUR POINTS • Beforestartingthewritingproceschoose 3 points (main ideas) tu supportyourarguments in ordertoanswerthequestion, startbrainstorming ideas and thenchoosethe 3 that in youropinion are thebest.

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  14. 5th Paragraph: • Conclusion: Summarizeyourpoints and answerthefollowingquestions: • What are theimplications of yourthesisstatementbeing true? • Whatquestionsremainunanswered? Thisisnotthe place to introduce any new informationthatsupportsyourthesis--youshouldonlybe "repackaging" whatyoualreadydiscussed.