Essays need to effectively started and finished. Throughout school, students learn the variety of techniques to begin essays, because the beginning is so important to setting the tone for the essay. Unfortunately, many students do not learn how to effectively close an essay. Writing a conclusion is actually quite easy, especially when you learn the format. Here is a brief tutorial on writing a concluding paragraph for any type of essay:
Think of the concluding paragraph as having three parts: the beginning, middle, and end. If you can keep this idea in your head, you will remember all three parts. Those three parts are in the opposite order of the introductory paragraph, so if you forget, look back at the introduction.
The beginning of the concluding paragraph should be one sentence that restates the thesis. This sentence should not be exactly the same as the original thesis statement in the introductory paragraph, but is should have the same essence and few repeated keywords so the reader can easily identify that the sentence is a restated thesis.
The middle of the concluding paragraph is where you include your most important main points. Like the restated hook, the information in the middle of the paragraph should rephrase what was said in the body of the essay. In many cases, one item of information from each paragraph should be used, to keep things balanced. It is important to use transitions to keep the information you use flowing nicely through the paragraph.
The last part of the concluding paragraph should do one of a few different things. It can be fun to challenge yourself to try something new. You can a technique called “a call to action” where you encourage your reader to act on the idea you presented in the essay, but this only works in a truly persuasive essay. You could reconnect to the hook. You could use another one of these workable techniques at the end of the essay:
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