..i havent wrote an essay since the longest..mind starting to wear out lol anyone can help?
The opening sentence of your essay could state that baning fast-food restaurants would be a good solution to a serious problem. The rest of the introductory paragraph or section of your essay would specify the problem: Too many people are overweight or obese and eat unhealthy foods, mass production of meat releases huge quantities of greenhouse gasses adding significantly to global climate change, etc. The main body of the essay might give more detail about that problem, citing evidence to show how serious it is, and to show how fast-food restaurants are a major contributing cause of the problem. The conclusion would say why you think your proposed ban would be the best solution. This is not the only way to structure the essay into three parts (intro, body, and conclusion), but it is one possible way.
The into- Begin it with a general introductory statement, mention your essay topic. Give a specific topic sentence that defines your topic more specifically. write your thesis statement. and conclude with a thesis proof statement that clearly lays out your three main points that you will use to prove your statement.
Body -This will have your 3 paragraphs, each paragraph is a different main point. Each paragraph should start with a topic sentence, stating which main point it will address. each paragraph should include examples. Make sure you conclude ever paragraph and every specific example!
Conclusion- Re-sate your thesis in different words than you used in your into! summarize the three main points you used to prove your point.
:) Good luck
My high school speech teacher put it in a succinct way that I've never forgotten: First you tell them what you're going to tell them; then you tell them; then you tell them what you told them.
In other words, first you introduce your thesis (your claim, your main idea, the thing you are arguing for); then you make your full case for that thesis; then, at the end, you summarize the outcome of your argument and perhaps draw some implications from it.
Intro - basically just the beginning, your introducing the topic/subject. Body - you're just talking about the subject & explaining all the information about it. Conclusion - talking about the subject but it's coming to an easy end.
So lets say my topic is fast food res. My intro would be like talking about why we should ban fast food res. And body would be explaning why should we ban them?.