This really is a classic five-paragraph essay introduction.

This really is a classic five-paragraph essay introduction.

But Alex’s professor doesn’t like it. She underlines the initial two sentences, and she writes, “This is just too general. Get to the true point.” She underlines the third and sentences that are fourth and she writes, “You’re just restating the question I asked. What’s your point?” She underlines the sentence that is final after which writes when you look at the margin, “What’s your thesis?” because the past sentence in the paragraph only lists topics. Continue reading “This really is a classic five-paragraph essay introduction.”