Easy as 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
Want to be published in The New Yorker? Vanity Fair? Your school's lit magazine? Your mom's annual Christmas letter? Well, you have to start somewhere. And that somewhere is here.
This course will walk you through the basics of the five-paragraph essay: we're talking argument, analysis, and descriptive to boot. From messy brainstorming to pristine revisions, you'll be creating a masterpiece worthy of, um, handing in to your teacher.
And hey, even if it doesn't get published, we have a feeling it'll at least get you an A.
- Microsoft Office, Google Docs, or another word processing program
- A scanner (or access to one)
- All other work can be done via the Shmoop website.
Unit 1. The Five-Paragraph Essay
These 15 lessons will be your ticket to an A-grade (and grade A) essay.