THREE FACTS SUPPORTING YOUR MAIN IDEA (with evidence for each one) =THREE PARAGRAPHS (a paragraph for each fact) = THE BODY OF YOUR PAPER!
A paragraph that wraps up your whole essay.Finish strong and make sure no NEW information is included but make sure you’re not JUST restating old information.Conclusion
In other words, DON’T STEAL! You have to use your own words! Taking credit for someone else’s work will only get you an F!Don’t plagiarize!
When you take a couple words from someone else there is a THREE step process for that: 1. Cite your work. 2. CITE YOUR WORK. 3. CITE YOUR WORK! You HAVE to tell where you got it from.How to avoidplagiarism
Remember when you were citing your work in the BODY? Well this is where ALL the work you used, read, and got information from all goes.Reference page
You should beset to write youressay now!GOOD LUCK!
• Johnson, Tom. How to Write An Essay: 10 Easy Steps. The American University In Cairo. N.p. Aug 2004. Feb 2012.• Vergel, Sara. How to Write a Discursive Essay. Your English Lessons Blog. N.p. Dec 2009. Feb 2012.Cite page
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