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posted by Alan on .
I have a history teacher that wants a paper over my article explaining who , what , when, where, why and how. The fact is these articles are short and two students turn in 3 paragraphs for a summary. . . long summary. and was given another page worth of info needed to add in to get a C. I was wondering if anyone had any good creative ideas to how to write this paper informative yet not to wordy!
I can see five paragraphs -- plus an introduction and conclusion for such a paper.
Go into detail about the "who, what, when, where, why and how" of the article.
If you post some information about your article -- and your attempts at writing the paper -- we'll try to help you more.
My summary is over an article about the battle of Khe Sanh, shoe i have my interduction begin with statistics of the end of the battle to attract readers and build up to the thesis or begin with my thesis about the major contreversory behind the battle and focus on it.
Suggestions for paragraphs:
1. Introduction (the what), including your thesis statement at the end of this paragraph.
2. Where ...
3. When ...
4. Who ...
5. How ...
6. Conclusion: why ...
Paragraphs 2, 3, 4, and 5 can be moved around depending on how it reads once you get the rough draft written.