Essay plan example essay plan para 1: introduction approximately

 ESSAY PLAN Example essay plan Para 1: Introduction Approximately 150–200 words. Not too many details, but make sure you: (1) Include a thesis statement – take a position in relation to the question (but don’t go into detail yet – that’s what the subsequent paragraphs are for). (2) Introduce the essay structure – ‘signpost’ what is ahead (in other words, the introduction introduces the essay, as well as the topic). Para 2: Background + development of the discussion Perhaps 150–200 words. This is where you begin to sketch out the bones – the main issues, keywords, concepts. Para 3: Development of the discussion Perhaps 150–200 words. Focus on one issue, topic, theme, or concept… Think about how it links to what you have discussed in the previous paragraph. Para 4: Development of the discussion Perhaps 150–200 words. Focus on one issue, topic, theme or concept… Think how it links to what you have discussed in the previous paragraph. Para 5: Development of the discussion Perhaps 150–200 words. Focus on one issue, topic, theme or concept… Think how it links to what you have discussed in the previous paragraph. Para 7: Conclusion Approximately 150–200 words. Summarize the essay’s key points and issues; ‘echo’ the introduction. Can also refer to ‘implications’, ‘unresolved issues’, etc. (optional) in-text quotation, and bibliography for both. the first on should be about 250 words and the rest for the second question 1. Thinking theoretically about “social theory,” why might a “sociological imagination” be important, and what is the problem with “conspiracy theories”? ☺ 2. What are the strengths and weaknesses of Ogbu’s theory of variability in school performance, and to what extent might his heuristic classification of voluntary and involuntary minority groups perpetuate stereotypes?