About This Chapter
How it works:
- Identify which concepts are covered on your essay writing homework.
- Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
- Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
- Complete sample problems and get instant feedback.
- Finish your essay writing homework with ease!
Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:
- Writing a thesis and capturing an audience
- Writing a strong essay body
- Writing and using transition sentences
- Writing effective conclusions
- Structuring an argument
- Writing strong personal essays
- Writing the rough draft of an essay
1. Essay Introduction: Write a Thesis and Capture Your Audience
We'll look at the importance of the introductory paragraph and engaging your audience through the use of attention getters, a bridge, and an arguable thesis. Three of the most common attention getters are specifically defined, and examples are provided in this lesson.
2. How to Write a Strong Essay Body
This video will show you how to achieve unified, coherent body paragraphs in your essays. By creating well-developed body paragraphs, your essays will be cleaner, sharper and earn you a better grade!
3. How to Write and Use Transition Sentences
Like a road map, transitions guide readers through your essay. This lesson examines the way writers transition between sentences, within paragraphs and between paragraphs to make for a smooth reading experience.
4. How To Write Effective Conclusions: Importance and Elements
Follow this easy method to write a wonderful conclusion to your paper. Here you will find everything you need, including some most excellent writing tips!
5. How to Structure an Argument in Your Essay
When you write a persuasive essay, it's important to think about how you'll construct your argument, from how you'll arrange your major points to how and where you'll refute opposing views. This video covers some of the basics for structuring an argument.
6. How to Write a Strong Personal Essay
At some point, you may be required to write a personal essay. Watch this video to learn how to turn your personal experiences into an effective essay.
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- AP English - Types of Essays on the Exam: Homework Help
- AP English - Beginning the Writing Process: Homework Help
- AP English - Writing Revision and Skill Development: Homework Help
- AP English - Essay Conventions: Homework Help
- AP English - Grammar Review: Homework Help
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