English Composition One: To Be an Essay or Not to Be an Essay That Is the Question

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In the past, the mention to have to write a paper for an assignment caused me to break out in a sweat or my mouth instantly dries, well it does not have that kind of effect on me anymore. The key to successfully completing the essay on time is getting to research the topic at hand as soon as possible or before the process of writing begins. The next step for me would be to find the argument and take a side. Moreover, picking a thesis statement through brainstorming the information I gathered for original ideas, so I can start my outline. This outline must consist of three basic parts to support the thesis. These parts are the introduction, body, and conclusion. Something that is often forgotten that is equally important is the editing of the language; this has helped improve my grade. Following these steps in an orderly manner, provided in English Composition, has given me prospective to writing a better essay, by exercising these step by step processes when writing an essay, so I will do a good job applying my support to my arguable proposition. I found that research for the essay needs to come from not only the Internet but also the academic databases and the local or college library. Furthermore, remember that while using the Internet as a resource to make sure the quality of the source is evaluated, and the information considered is not bias. Unlike the research from the Internet, the academic databases have information that is less likely bias. Additionally,

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