MadeleinePearce

asked Nov 13, 2020 at 4:54am
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What is the structure of a good essay?

Not sure if this is the right subreddit to ask in, but i'm looking for some advice in writing high school essays.

What should my structure be? Should I give a brief intro into the context of the essay question before addressing the question itself?

Should I add related material and how much of it? What about quotes and ideas from other authors?

Any advice is appreciated.

I guess it all comes down to style, but since the thesis is (usually) outlined in the introduction, you already have the most important part and can build around it. Often an introduction sets the tone for an entire piece, and I've found it helps me get the job done easier. Also, a quick tip if you are sure not to write well then use https://edubirdie.com/thesis-statement-generator but if you are confident in your abilities then for the OP: the most common thing that I told students when I worked in the writing center on campus, was: "There should be an assignment sheet or program detailing what is expected of them. Always keep an eye on this and meet the prerequisites. "

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