Part 2 - Richmond Ignacio English 101 September 5, 2011...

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Richmond Ignacio English 101 September 5, 2011 Kathryn Railsback Part 2 To write a good essay, one must have a particular point to make. A well-written essay includes an interesting point to ponder in the introduction. A good essay needs solid facts to emphasize the point in the body, and a strong summarization in the end. At first when I read the prompt for the essays, I had many ideas in mind to write about. I just had to narrow the ideas down to one big topic to write about. Some of the topics I wanted to write about was my experience of first year of college, achievement about lifting and getting in toned, accomplishing to get A’s and B’s this semester, etc. But I chose to write about achieving my degree. I wanted to explain and emphasize on how hard my parents to be where they are right now. Once I got my topic down, I wrote a vertical outline. For each paragraphs it had different topics relating to getting my degree and I would make bullet notes of what to write about underneath the subtitle. When I started my paper, I had a hard time trying to write an introduction. In every paper I’ve
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Bailey during the Spring '11 term at Boise State.

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Part 2 - Richmond Ignacio English 101 September 5, 2011...

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