3. Write the Headers
The headers will play a key role in how much your paper draws in the reader to continue reading your essay. Use language that evokes strong emotions in the reader, such as joy, intrigue, excitement, surprise, or fear. Simply stating facts, on the other hand, will bore your audience and likely end up affecting your final grade.
4. Create the First Sentences
Every paragraph's first sentence is a critical part of your essay. Make sure that you summarize what you're going to say in the rest of the paragraph in your first sentence to ensure that the readers know what to anticipate, which in turn, makes them more interested in reading the rest of the paragraph.
5. Know What You're Going to Say in Each Paragraph
If you don't know what you're going to say in each paragraph, providing all the necessary information will be impossible. While your outline can help to give you ideas of what to say, take some time to consider how to properly deliver the information to the reader in every paragraph. Usually, the best way to do this is with a tone that is conversational yet professional.
However, the tone of each essay will undoubtedly vary considerably depending on the unique nature of every topic. Thoroughly assess the tone that the reader will be looking for in each section by effectively reading over the instructions before beginning your work.