a.You can brainstorm each of the works you plan to discuss to see what thesis statement that appeals to you emerges from them and then link those that seem to convey similar themes, so that you might group them together.
b.At the same time, you need to give specific evidence, from each piece to support your caims. Brainstorming this aspect of the essay, ie developing support, also can be helpful .
c. Among the guideline questions for generating your ideas for this essya could be, ” What the role of the physician, challenges to the physician, effective or ineffective approaches of the physician does any given piece you are considering develop?
d. You also might want to brainstorm a tentative thesis statement and then figure out what you want to use as support.
e. AS with any other discipline, you need to integrate the points you have gleened from outside sources within your essay according to MLA stylesheet and then again format the bibliography at the conclusion of your essay according to the MLA format. Only material you have referenced within theessay belong on the bibliography . the primary material we have looked at is NOT part of the ” outside sources. ”
f. Feel free to start your essay with an anecdote from the material, one from an outside source, or one that you have made up or actually expereinced . That can be a very effective way of engaging the reader. Other possibilities include starting with some misconceptions that your analysis will refute , otr a traightforward introductory paragraph that announces your thesis and how you will develop.
g. The concluding paragraph is most effective when it comes to some conclusion, about the these(s) you have been developing, ie when it articulates the implications of what you have been discussing.