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Describe the characteristics of an effective conclusion. How is it different from an introduction paragraph or body paragraphs? Discuss the steps you need to follow using Microsoft Word to add your
conclusion to your body paragraphs you are creating this week
Since the conclusion paragraph is the last part of the essay readers will digest, [ writers must make a strong summary statement to leave a memorable impression. Composing a conclusion paragraph for a high school essay can seem like an unnecessary chore to students. They have been instructed at some point to restate their thesis statement, but that hardly constitutes a full paragraph. If you are
struggling to guide students with overarching suggestions that can enliven most high school essays, you will find these tips helpful. When to Write the Conclusion Students should always align their introduction and conclusion paragraphs to create a unified, purposeful essay. With this goal in mind, you can suggest that students compose their introduction and conclusion paragraphs together after they have written the body of their essay. Encourage students to try this new approach of writing the body of the essay first, the introduction paragraph second, and the conclusion paragraph last, and they will quickly reap the reward of a more structured essay. Read more at Suite101: How to Write an Effective Conclusion Paragraph: Tips to Teach High School Students to Compose an Essay Conclusion | Suite101.com ]
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