How to Write a 5 Paragraph EssayWant to learn how to write a 5 paragraph essay and simplify the whole process?Learn how no...
will help you to come up with the subject matter for the content of the essay.BrainstormAfter determining who your audienc...
essay. The most important thing to remember is that you do not start the essay withthe first paragraph, but the second ins...
reports, which will be useful for such things as writing for assignments in an MBAprogram or even for your job.
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  1. 1. How to Write a 5 Paragraph EssayWant to learn how to write a 5 paragraph essay and simplify the whole process?Learn how now! It is important to learn this art in order to succeed in school as wellas in your career. Whether you are a high school student, attending college, or inthe workforce, learning to write an informative essay is paramount. Here are somehelpful hints to get you started on your way to creating essays.Determine Your AudienceAll too often we write for ourselves and do not consider who will be reading whatwe write. The 5 paragraph essay needs to be understood by those who are readingit. The author usually knows the information they are writing about, however theirreaders may not have any prior knowledge of the topic. Reflecting on your audience
  2. 2. will help you to come up with the subject matter for the content of the essay.BrainstormAfter determining who your audience is, it is imperative that you put your ideas onpaper. Think about the topic of the essay and list out everything you can think ofabout that topic. This list should be a simple bulleted list with just a few words perbullet. Do not get caught up on details as the details will come into play whenputting the essay together.After you feel that you have exhausted all facets of the brainstorming process, youwill now need to choose what you want to focus on. Many of the ideas you haveput down will coincide with one another and therefore can become part of aparagraph and can be grouped together. Look closely at your groupings now anddetermine which 3 are the most closely related. You will use these three groupingsstart writing your essay.Writing the EssayOnce you have brainstormed and have your groupings, you can start writing the
  3. 3. essay. The most important thing to remember is that you do not start the essay withthe first paragraph, but the second instead. As weird as that sounds, this process willwork.Write out your three topics in paragraph form. Be as informative as you are ablewhile being precise in your writing. When writing your paragraphs, make sure thatthe last sentence of each paragraph will flow into the following paragraph. Read thethree paragraphs a few times to make sure that you are satisfied with your work andthat you wrote everything that was of importance.Once you have completed the subject portion of your essay, it is now time to writethe introduction and conclusion paragraphs. The introduction paragraph should bean overview of what is to be covered in the rest of the essay, without giving detaileddescription of the subject matter and should flow into the next paragraph. Theconclusion paragraph will simply reiterate the introduction paragraph with a focuson wrapping up the essay. Once these are completed, reread your essay and checkfor grammar, punctuation, and flow.This simplified process should help you to get started on becoming proficient at the5 Paragraph Essay. Use this format for anything from completing and assignment tosubmitting an essay for a college application to writing reports for work. Once youhave mastered this art, you can learn to build on it to creating more in depth
  4. 4. reports, which will be useful for such things as writing for assignments in an MBAprogram or even for your job.

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