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Basic English 0103, Week 7 Notes

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Basic English 0103, Week 7 Notes EN 0103

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These notes cover the basic structure of writing an essay in college.
Basic English
Nicklaus Messer
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Amiracle M Tatum on Saturday August 6, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to EN 0103 at Mississippi State University taught by Nicklaus Messer in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 5 views. For similar materials see Basic English in HARNED 151-B at Mississippi State University.


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Date Created: 08/06/16
General College Writing Notes • Basis essay structure • Minimum five paragraphs • The parts; introduction, body, conclusion • Introduction - Index - Topic sentence - Simply, directly introduce main subject - Background information - tell only what is necessary for reader to understand scope in scale • Thesis - Three Point Thesis serves to create a kind of guide to what the essay - Example: Martin Luther King successfully uses emotion, logic, and his creditable to explain the sliver right emotion. - Each point will be a paragraph in the body • Body - Use topic sentence to introduce sub topic of the main idea - Introduce more specific information - Information can be fact, figures, arguments, etc. - Tell why it matters - Draw connection for reader - Conclude by restate information • Conclusion - Restate the thesis w/ slight new wording - Review each of the three points w/ one sentence apiece - Discuss the impact / why it all matters


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