In the introduction, provide a brief, clear overview of:
- Each problem or issue that you will discuss
- The solution to the problem(s) or your response to the
- How you will prove or demonstrate that your solution or
response is correct
Tip: Try writing the body of your paper first. Then come back
and write the introduction once you know what your paper is
The body of the paper is where you discuss the solution to the problem(s) or
your response to the issue(s) raised in the assignment.
After you have read the materials related to the assignment, begin by
creating a quick outline:
▪ What are the main points of your argument? Jot them down.
▪ Depending on the length of the paper, 3–6 main points should be
▪ If a point is complex, it may have 2 or 3 sub-points. Jot those down as
▪ Now arrange those points in a logical sequence.
▪ Which point needs to be made first because it provides a
basis for the points that follow?
▪ For example, “Point A leads to point B, which leads to point C,
and when A, B, and C are considered together they mean that
the solution is point D.”
Type of service: Academic paper writing
Type of Assignment: Essay
Number of sources: 3
Academic level: Junior(college 3rd year)
Paper format: APA
Line spacing: Double
Language style: US English