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An essay is a simple composition with three basic parts: the introduction, the body, and the conclusion. The introduction is the first sentence of the essay, and works to introduce the topic of the piece, as well as the writer’s response. An essay could centers around a) the writer’s response to a question, b) an examination of a topic, c) a reaction to a text or d) an opinion supported be evidence. The evidence provided in an essay can center around personal experiences or unbiased factual support. The conclusion of an essay works to sum up the writer’s major points, opinion or position. In essence, an essay is a composition used to examine a topic in a brief but detailed and organized way. Most essays only span a few pages, and some only take on or two pages, depending on the size of the writing.
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In my work with high school students, I find that the following step-by-step approach to the essay works well: We begin by exploring and selecting essay topics – topics that will showcase your interests and awareness, your skills and achievements. And don’t worry, you will find that there is plenty to write about! Remember that even misadventures can be cast as learning experiences. Next, you the student write 3-5 drafts of the essay. I go over each draft with you and make detailed comments and suggestions for revision. The final draft is an essay that is not only well-organized and well written, but also conveys thoughtfulness, maturity, unique abilities and interests, and growth over the course of your young life.