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Writing an exemplification essay, you have to prove your point using specific examples. You will be able to find the facts but your task will be to not only present them but also naturally incorporate in your writing. The first task you will have to face, though, is coming up with a proper topic.

Exemplification Essay Topic Ideas: A List of Suggestions by Myhomeworkdone.com helper

  • Europe needs leaders.
  • The inefficiency of the EU in crisis management should provide enough evidence for it.
  • The decline of morals in America.
  • The war on terror was a mistake as was the war on drugs.
  • People don’t need formal education to become successful.
  • Religious education in schools.
  • Classical music is dead.
  • We don’t hear about a new Mozart or Beethoven. No better is the situation with great instrumentalists, so you will not have a lack of evidence.
  • Homeschooling.
  • Take a stand on the issue of homeschooling and provide enough facts in support of your position.
  • The effects of social networking.
  • Gun control in the US.
  • What is better, online or traditional education?
  • Should church and state be separate?
  • Americans should eat less.
  • Males (females) are better in studies.
  • Higher education doesn’t make people more civilized and cultured.
  • You need a college degree to get a good career.
  • Mobile phones destroy our lives.
  • Professional sports are not healthy.
  • Group learning is better than individual learning.
  • Math is the most important subject at school.
  • Politicians don’t care about their voters.
  • People become more self-conscious with age.
  • Is it important for school students to take musical education courses?

If you have difficulty selecting a relevant and interesting topic for your exemplification essay or writing on it, feel free to turn to one of reliable and professional writing agencies.

Advice on Composing Your Exemplification Essay

Make sure that your paper contains five paragraphs. Put forward your thesis statement in the first one and proceed with providing details in support of it in the paragraphs two to four. Restate your thesis in the last paragraph.

Make an outline before putting your paper together. Thus it will be easier for you to consistently state your arguments and not get off track. Having the paper finished, take your time to revise it. Pay attention to how well you structure your sentences, do transitions between paragraphs, and communicate the general idea of your composition.

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Instructor:
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Michelle has taught high school and college English and has master’s degrees in eduation and liberal studies.

The basis of academic writing is the formal essay, so let’s learn the definition of a formal essay, review the general format, and explore some specific examples.

Definition of Formal Essay

A formal essay is a piece of writing that informs or persuades its audience.

There are other kinds of essays. For example, the narrative essay relays a story with a moral or lesson. The personal essay illustrates the writer’s opinion on a topic. A formal essay is more objective than the narrative or personal essay because it is usually based on provable facts and examples.

Format of the Formal Essay

In general, a formal essay is at least five paragraphs long and contains an introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion.

The introduction is the first paragraph of a formal essay and should include three things. The first item of the introduction is the hook, or the part that grabs your reader’s attention. Some common hooks include statistics, quotations from famous people, or strong questions. After the hook, you should have two or three sentences of background information on your topic. Your introduction paragraph should end with the thesis statement, which is the main idea of your essay.

The following paragraphs, not including the last one, are known as the body paragraphs. These paragraphs contain the details that support your thesis statement. These body paragraphs start with a topic sentence, which is one sentence that connects back to your thesis statement and outlines the paragraph. Next, you provide an example from your life, a common experience, or a source, and then you provide a few sentences of analysis or explanation of your example. Then you end with a concluding sentence that summarizes the paragraph and/or transitions into the next paragraph.

The conclusion is the last paragraph of the paper and includes two things: a restatement of your thesis statement, which emphasizes your main idea, and a summary of your main points.

Now, let’s look at different types of formal essays.

Examples of Formal Essays

Even though all formal essays are similar in structure, there are different kinds of formal essays.

One type of formal essay is the illustration or exemplification essay. In this kind of formal essay, you will illustrate a fact through examples. This is also called expository writing. For instance, you could write an illustration essay that focuses on how stress affects students. You would give examples from your life experience to illustrate your thesis statement.

Another type of formal essay is the compare and contrast essay. In this kind of formal essay, you compare and contrast two things. In a compare and contrast essay, it is important that you write about the similarities and differences between the two items. For example, you could compare and contrast two novels you’ve read.

Another type of essay is the cause and effect essay, where you explore the causes and/or effects of something. You can usually choose whether to focus on the causes, effects, or both. For example, you might write about the causes of climate change or the effects of the Vietnam War.

The last essay type we will talk about is the argument essay. In this kind of essay, you will persuade your reader to take your side on a controversial topic. In this kind of essay, it’s important that you choose a topic that has two sides. For example, writing about the timeline of the Iraq War wouldn’t be an argument because there is one generally accepted timeline. Taking a side on whether the war was good or bad would be an argument because there are two sides.

Lesson Summary

A formal essay is designed to inform or persuade its audience. All formal essays should be at least five paragraphs and include an introduction, several body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Some common types of formal essays include the illustration essay, the compare and contrast essay, the cause and effect essay, and the argument essay.

Learning Outcomes

When you are done, you should be able to:

  • Explain what a formal essay is and how it differs from other essay types
  • Describe the components and format of the formal essay
  • Name the types of formal essays and state their purposes


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