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Master Your Composition Writing Skills

English composition plays a vital role in the English language which helps to improve students writing skills. In this era, writing notes, emails, memos, letters, and reports are the part of the official and daily life. All these things are required for a good writing skill so that children can be able to communicate their ideas effectively. Further, children with poor writing skills appear to have a lower level of intelligence.

Compositions nearly always consist of three main components: “Introduction”, “Body”, and “Conclusion”. The very first part of composition starts with an introduction —a paragraph that introduces the topic says something interesting about it and states the thesis. Following the introduction are several paragraphs called the body and at last conclusion.

Introduction

The introduction is intended to draw and entice the reader into the body of material to follow. It should start with a general proclamation or question, here and there called the “proposition explanation” or “theory question,” trailed by a speedy narrowing down to the primary topic to be produced in the body.

Body (Argument)

The body of a composed piece is the place you expound, guard, and extend the theory presented in the presentation. The body should bolster your principle conflict with supporting confirmation and conceivable complaints. A decent body presents the two sides of a case, pro, and con.

While moving starting with one sub-point or contention then onto the next, utilize interfacing or transitional words and expressions that empower your reader to effectively take after the stream of your reasoning. The following is a partial list of logical connectors that you can use:

exceptions – but, alas, however, etc.

illustrations – for instance, for example, etc.

conclusions – thus, so, therefore, consequently, etc.

comparisons – similarly, by contrast, etc.

qualifications – yet, still, etc.

additions – moreover, furthermore, etc.

Conclusion

Make your last interest to the reader, a completing, sweeping articulation that wraps up your introduction in an effective or even sensational form. The motivation behind the conclusion is to leave the reader with a thought or believed that catches the substance of the body while inciting further reflection and thought.

 

Tutors at Agape Learning Lab tuition Centre in Toa Payoh, provides you with their best knowledge to improve you child’s writing skills such as creative writing, essay writing, situational writing, English assessment etc.

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