Certainly, provided the biography is relevant to the argument.
For instance, if you want to make an argument that particular person has strong family values, a biographical sketch would probably very appropriate, as it could be shown where the person developed their strong family values. On the other hand, if you want to argue that a particular person owes you money, a biographical sketch would probably not be helpful…
Start your essay by thinking carefully about the prompt.
Think of examples where you have displayed leadership, perseverance, and creativity.
Isolate your research to the chosen topic and compile your information. It can be daunting to stare at a blank piece of paper and wonder how to fill it.
Begin your opening paragraph with a brief description of the purpose of the essay. Start by brainstorming some key points and arrange these in the order you want to include them in the essay.
Finally the structure of the conclusion paragraph In a very busy tutorial tonight students will learn the very basic construction of the body and conclusion of an essay. 306 Institutions have accepted or given pre-approval for credit transfer.
Watch the video, take notes, and answer the questions on the digital form.
*If you need any more additional help see the links at the bottom of the page to help on MLA citation.
You will also have a video more in depth on citation next week (concept 4).