Imagine the essay as an argument. Your job is to convince your reader that your thesis is correct. You have five paragraphs to make your case. The five-paragraph essay includes an introductory paragraph, three body paragraphs, and a concluding paragraph. Each paragraph has a purpose.
States the thesis: a concise and powerful sentence that directs the argument for the entire paper. Provides necessary background information, so a reader unfamiliar with the texts has enough information to understand the essay.
Introduces an idea or question that frames the broader implication of the essay.
Begin with a topic sentence to guide the paragraph’s purpose and relate it to the thesis. Present 3 pieces of specific evidence from the text to support the argument typically quotes from the primary sources. Use proper citation. Provide lead-in sentences to introduce each quote and follow-up logic that explains how the quote supports the argument. Close with a concluding sentence that summarizes the logic and evidence of the paragraph.
Sums up the ideas and logic presented in each of the body paragraphs. Explains how the body paragraphs work together to support the thesis. Restates the thesis Revisits the larger idea or question introduced by the introductory paragraph.
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