How do you compose an essay: writing tips to make an introduction outline
Composing a good essay
Writing an essay can be very rewarding. You have no idea where it can take you when you are about to start. Once you sit down and think about it, you think you found your direction. You then carry out research in that direction and come across interesting pieces of information that you never knew. You can even use your creative brain to trigger some wonderful ideas. However, sometimes when writing an essay you can come to a point where you are stuck and you have no clue how to move forward. This can happen to anyone. For this reason, it is always a good help to outline your essay first. This should be your pre-writing phase so that you do not have to be confused and lost among tons of information.
The introduction of the essay
An introduction is the most critical part of your essay. If you were not able to create a strong introduction, the rest of your efforts are out of the question. No one would continue reading a certain essay that did not interest them in the opening lines. If you are able to grasp your audience in the beginning of your paper, it is most likely they will stay until the end to find out how well you carried your essay. However, a bad opening will most likely drive them away from your paper no matter how hard you worked on the last or middle paragraphs. Therefore, it is very important that you give enough time and thought to the introduction of your essay.
Creating an outline for your essay
Creating an outline for your essay introduction is very important. This can reduce your efforts to half and give a direction to your paper. The chances of getting lost are very low and you can always check on the to-write-list in your outline if you feel like you are going in the wrong direction. If you have created the outline for your introduction or even your essay completely then half of your work is almost done. All you have to do now is elaborate your points. Here is how you build an outline.
- Do your research first
- Know your subject
- Make bullet points
- Put relevant information together
- Develop your thesis statement
- Start with an assertion or a question
- Remember the curiosity element