Essay Structure - Essay Structure The following is the basic essay structure or discernible pattern which should help you plan your essay and

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Essay Structure The following is the basic essay structure or discernible pattern, which should help you plan your essay and organize your material , expanding the three elements that constitute any essay. INTRODUCTION - to identify the main issue(s), explain and justify the methods(s) of analysis to be use, and assess the quality of the evidence available. MAIN BODY - where the evidence is presented, examined , arguments put forward and supported or refuted . CONCLUSION - where you sum up and draw the threads together. 1. Introduction Your introduction should: (a) Comment on the title or topic of the essay (b) Define or explain any difficult or ambiguous terms in the title; plus keywords (c) Direct the reader by stating which aspects off the topic you intend to cover and why The introduction should be roughly 5% of the total length of your essay, generally one paragraph. 2. Body The main body of the essay should develop your argument or theme. Take each of your main points and support them with
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This note was uploaded on 01/18/2012 for the course DEP 235 taught by Professor Eeer during the Spring '11 term at Assoc. of Chartered Certified Accountants.

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Essay Structure - Essay Structure The following is the basic essay structure or discernible pattern which should help you plan your essay and

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