Help writing an essay ( the body)!!!I'm writing an essay about being an Orthodontist ( specialist dentist for fixing the way our teeth is positioned...braces...retainers..etc) i want help for how...
Help writing an essay ( the body)!!!
I'm writing an essay about being an Orthodontist ( specialist dentist for fixing the way our teeth is positioned...braces...retainers..etc) i want help for how to organize my body paragraphs. We should include the job description, education, responsiblities, advancement, salary/benifits, hours,abilities, adv & disadv. Well DON'T worry i have all the info i need =). But i want tips on how to make it successful and attention grabbing (not boring) and how do i arrange them like 1) job description 2) 3) 4) ....& so on... and since i'll include all this what will i be writing in the conclusion? Thank you so much, please share your ideas=)
The structure of a good essay no matter on what subject should be the following:
- introduction: here you should state your thesis, say why you have decided to write the essay and shortly present the ideas you are going to develop in the body to support it.
-the body: you should have about three paragraphs, each one centered on a main idea; as far as your topic is concerned, in the first paragraph you should describe the job and say what responsibilities it involves, the pay and the development possibilities; in the second you should write what it takes to be in that position, what education and skills one must have to get it; in the third you should write the reason why people should choose this job, what its advantages are.
-next you should write a paragrah predicting the arguments your audience could have against your thesis and contradict them one by one.
-conclusion: in this last paragraph you should restate your thesis and briefly remind your audience the arguments you brought to support it.
if you want your essay to be attention grabbing you should be concise and only write relevant information on the topic. Write in the third person to make it more official and even quote from books or research articles, if possible. Keep your style clear and do not use long sentences. Check spelling and grammar carefully.