A conclusion summarizes the most important points. Conclusions are also the last opportunity for writers to make their points to their readers. They are, therefore, an essential component. Too often, inexperienced writers write weak conclusions which makes it weak. Spend some time crafting a strong conclusion.
- Do not start the conclusion with “In conclusion”.
- Review the evidence for the topic you chose in the Week 3 Discussions.
- Add 2-3 sentences of the best, most interesting highlights. Rewrite the evidence in new ways so the reader does not recognize them from the body paragraphs.
- Add a concluding sentence that restates your thesis statement. Remember the reader should not recognize it as your thesis statement. Make significant changes to the words and word order of the original thesis statement.
***Conclusion should be about immigration***