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Johnson1 Jasmine Johnson R. Funk Engl. 1101 October 10, 2007 The Perfect Paper “Before you turn in your paper make sure you do a brainstorm, write a rough draft, revise, then write the final copy.” Everyone has heard these words hundreds of times once. Teachers make sure students remember these words once they are taught how to write an essay. Although they know these steps, few people actually follow them. However, to write a good essay we all must follow the steps to writing an essay. The first step to writing a good essay is to do a brainstorm. This way the writer is able to keep track of all the topics that she would like to cover in the essay. There are several ways to make a brainstorm. Lists, graphs, and outlines are just a few. The type of essay that is being written usually determines what type of brainstorm is the best to use. This is good since one type of brainstorm may not work as well for a one type of essay as it does for another. For example, a chart is better to use on a comparison and contrast essay than a jot list. A chart is better because this way the writer can see the similarities and differences between her topics, while a jot list would only supply her with a list of every point that she plans to cover in the essay. Even though
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This note was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course ENGL 1101 taught by Professor Funk during the Fall '07 term at Middle Georgia.

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