Having seized your reader’s attention, you will need to define who that reader should be.Make the definition of your intended audience clear, whether that’s your teacher, your fellow students, cat owners, fans of Star Wars, or Pokémon collectors.
Do some research about your topics and find out which one inspires you the most.
Once you’ve made your thesis statement you can continue onward and write the body of your essay. It’s where you do the actual persuading to convince people to believe in your thesis.
Begin your conclusion by restating your thesis, then your main points.
This is important to keep the information fresh in their minds.
If you still need help, see the writing tips below.
There are two essay prompts at the end of the Praxis Core Writing Exam.
The first prompt asks you to write about your personal opinions.
The second essay requires you to write about the opinions of others.
Once you reach the conclusion of your essay, your audience should be at the point of agreeing with you.
The conclusion is just to reinforce what they have already been told and leave them with a call to action so that they will carry on with their day in a somewhat different frame of mind than they were when they started reading your essay.