The example/illustration essay is the most simple, straightforward essay form you will encounter. It is also the one you will always continue to use in writing your future essays, because all essays, whether argumentative or informational, need the support that good illustrations provide.
Exemplification = Providing Examples Exemplification is writing using specific examples and anecdotes to provide a clear analysis of your topic. You can use narratives, anecdotes, and/or facts.
Title Body Paragraphs Explains the essence or the core of the Consider the audience and purpose essay in a few words or phrases Contain examples that clearly explain the topic Introductory Paragraph Contain one controlling idea or Sparks interest in readers so they will example per paragraph want to continue reading Contain supporting details for each Leads into the Thesis and explains example why the exemplification is important and merits discussion (without saying Transitions “I think”) Provide transitional words and sentences to guide your reader Thesis through the text Indicates the topic you will exemplify, the controlling idea, purpose, and Concluding Paragraph writing pattern Provides an effective ending to the Example 1, Example 2, Example 3 in story Thesis Statement fall in the same order in the body of the essay
Example #1 Example #2 Example #3• 1st Supporting • 1st Supporting • 1st Supporting Detail Detail Detail• 2nd Supporting • 2nd Supporting • 2nd Supporting Detail Detail Detail
Some people treat animals like humans Dress pets in Call themselves Give pets human-like Mommy andhuman names clothes Daddy
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