Give it a try! But a first draft hardly ever makes for a good essay. As I was writing a paper for a literature class, I realized that the articles and books I was reading said what I was trying to say much better than I ever could.
Professor Steve Graham was trying to answer the age-old question: is it best to leave students to learn writing naturally, or do they achieve better results when they get instructions? Here is an example of a body paragraph to continue the essay begun above: Take, by way of example, Thomas Edison.
By the way, what sources should you use for research? Support your thesis adequately with the information in your paragraphs. Does it flow well?
Each type of essay has its own rules and conventions. Fill in supporting facts from your research under each paragraph.
Check out tip 10 below.