• 开始

  • 第一段

  • 第二段

  • 第三段




开始须包括一个开局句,开局句能够是一般与主题风格有关或引入别人得话,还可以应用一些趣事或小故事来造成阅读者兴趣爱好。取得成功的开始句能够诱惑阅读者进一步文章阅读。一旦过去了详细介绍的內容以后,就可以写一两句或立即进入主题风格。如果你感觉早已准备好详细介绍本文的实际关键时,就可以写成题型。论述题型一般 出現在开始文章段落的最后一句,假如主题风格是有关一本书、创作者或特殊恶性事件,则应当在这里提及全称,你也应当在这里列举你的论述见解和直接证据。大部分,论述见解便是essay总体的关键与开始文章段落的最后一句。


The Body Paragraph One should open with a transitional sentence. It should lead the reader into the first piece of evidence you use to support your thesis statement, your argument. It is essentially a mini-thesis for the paragraph. From the transitional /opening sentence, you can go on to cite evidence to support your argument. This evidence must all revolve around a single theme and should come in the form of a quotation (or factual information from a primary source). If you put too many different themes into one body paragraph, then the essay becomes confusing. Body Paragraph One will deal with one theme for your argument. You may have several pieces of evidence to support this one them, which is absolutely fine. Once you use a piece of evidence, be sure and write at least one or two sentences explaining why you use it. Then, wrap up the Body Paragraph with a mini-concluding sentence summing up only what you have discussed in that paragraph.






Your conclusion is a wrap-up of the entire essay. It takes your introduction and essentially says to the reader, “See, I told you so.” You should be writing your conclusion with the belief that you have proven everything you have set out to prove in your essay. You are allowed to be confident here, and you are even allowed to drop little extra pieces of information that make the reader think more than you previewed in the entire paper. It is also important to have a concluding mini-thesis in this paragraph. This statement is the closing tag-line, the “see what I just did” idea in every paper. An essay can be immaculately written, organized, and researched; however, without a conclusion, the reader is left dumbfounded, frustrated, confused.

It is important to remember that this is a rough sketch by which to write your essays. If your topic is quite complicated, then you may have infinitely more evidentiary paragraphs than three. Furthermore, you can expand your individual themes, as well . You can write two or three paragraphs in support of “theme 1″ (or Body Paragraph One). The most important thing to remember here is consistency. If you have two or three paragraphs in support of one piece of evidence, then you should have the same amount of paragraphs in support of all sequential facts.



  • Opening

  • Sentence

  • Anecdote

  • Quotation

  • Generalization

  • Explanation of opening, leading into Thesis Statement

  • Thesis Statement

  • Name, Title, Event

  • General argument

  • 3 reasons why your argument is true (3 pieces of evidence)


  • Opening Sentence (pertaining to Reason/Theme #1)

  • Explanation

  • Evidence A

  • Explanation of evidence A

  • Possible evidence B

  • Explanation of possible evidence B

  • Mini-conclusion only about Reason/Theme #1


  • Transitional/ Opening Sentence (pertaining to Reason/Theme #2)

  • Explanation

  • Evidence C

  • Explanation of evidence D

  • Possible evidence E

  • Explanation of possible evidence #F

  • Mini-conclusion only about Reason/Theme #2


  • Transitional/Opening Sentence (pertaining to Reason/Theme #3)

  • Explanation

  • Evidence G

  • Explanation of evidence H

  • Possible evidence I

  • Explanation of possible evidence I

  • Mini-conclusion only about Reason/Theme #3


  • Transitional sentence wrapping up paper

  • Return to original anecdote/quotation/generalization

  • Reconfirm your argument, recounting how you have proven it

  • Write a mini-thesis, this time with more assertion

  • Possibly throw out a new idea (related to your thesis)

  • Optional