Writing a six-paragraph persuasive essay is far from an easy task. Just because the assignment is short doesn’t make it any less challenging- in fact, it makes it more so!
Your teacher should have given you all the necessary details of what needs to be included in your paper and how you should go about writing it- so if they haven’t, make sure you know exactly what’s expected!
Before you begin to compose your own, you should certainly check out some other examples first. Here’s how to find them:
In your campus library, you should be able to find many examples. Look through records of past student papers and you are bound to come across this type of paper. You’re not the first to have to write this type of short paper you know! If you don’t know where to locate these, then be certain to ask your librarian- I can assure you they will be only too pleased to assist.
Don’t just look at other student examples. There will be plenty of more respected academic essays of this nature for you to peruse if you know where to look. It may often be that these appear in specialist magazines and periodicals more than books or anthologies, but you should be able to find some in your campus and public libraries. Remember, don’t be afraid to ask if you can’t find them.
These days, looking online may be the easiest and quickest way to find samples. Having said that, the internet is a very big ‘place’ indeed, so it may be quite an overwhelming task to know where to begin. As long as you look on educational, institutional and well respected websites (and avoid the ones trying to make a quick buck!) you will easily locate the examples you are after.
If you don’t have internet access at home, remember you can get online for free at libraries.
If you’ve still not been able to locate the sample you need, and/or if you’re uncertain about any aspect of how to structure and write this essay correctly and effectively, then simply ask your teacher for help. They will be able to assist in explaining things in detail so that you can understand, and they might know of the exact example that you should read.
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