How To Get Started On An Essay Question On A Middle School Test
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With middle school test tips, a couple of tips for getting started on an essay question in a test are the following: First of all, the essay question will often show you how they expect it to be answered. If the essay question is structured in a certain way, like "What are the social, political, and economic causes of the Civil War" they're going to want at least one response for each of those three things: one social, one political, and one economic, which can be each of your body paragraphs. If you're still having problems with starting your essay question, then write an outline. In this example, you'd write the Civil War down, and then write down everything you know about the Civil War around it. Once you have a few examples down on the page, now you think about possible things you can write about, then you can create an outline from there. What are they asking you about the Civil War? These are the social, political and economic factors that led to the Civil War. Now you have a thesis. Then you'd write down "Social", and write down three specific points, possibly from the brainstorm you just did, and then you continue on from there. Now, once you have an essay outline, you're ready to start answering your essay in a test.