Sometimes you will find that the process of writing has changed what you have argued and so it will be necessary to go back and reword the introduction.Finally, the conclusion is not the place in your essay to introduce new information or new ideas: these should be in the body of your essay.
This article was co-authored by Megan Morgan, Ph D.
Megan Morgan is a Graduate Program Academic Advisor in the School of Public & International Affairs at the University of Georgia.
She earned her Ph D in English from the University of Georgia in 2015.
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The conclusion should match the introduction in terms of the ideas presented and the argument put forward.
Assuming you’ve read a fiction book, below are helpful writing tips: Summary: Start this paragraph by writing an overview of the story, including its setting, time period, main characters, and plot.
Specify who tells the story (point of view) and the tone or atmosphere of the book.
The next steps are to use a book report outline to organize what you’re going to say and then move into the introduction, body, and conclusion of your report.
Use a Book Report Outline After reading the book, you are ready to start the writing process. Evaluation and Conclusion In organizing your thoughts, jot down a few ideas for each of these paragraphs.