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What belongs in the body paragraph of an essay
In addition to forecasting the topic of your essay, thesis statements suggest a blueprint for rhetorical development (i.e., that the essay will be comparison-contrast, exemplification, process analysis, and so on). The structure of your thesis statement, in other words, should resemble the rhetorical structure of the essay to follow. Whatever the case, readers—and you—should be able to look at the thesis and see the tasks within the topic: those points or claims that will need to be developed into paragraphs of their own in order for the thesis statement to be proved or substantiated. In order to identify what those tasks are, and to assist you in outlining the body of your essay, pose the questions that your readers would ask based on the scanty information available in your thesis. Label your answer to each question with the kind of claim it will be (fact, value or policy) and assign some potential patterns for paragraph development. Jot down any useful notes to yourself about the purpose that point may serve in the overall scheme of your argument.
1. Writing Introductory Paragraphs For Essays
Thanks for your informative video!
However, I still wonder of your last sentence which belongs to the thesis statements. Could you please show the planning for the body paragraphs? If I write a body paragraph about dieting to gain health, isn’t it make my essay off-topic ?