Sometimes a good example of what you are trying to achieve is worth a 1000 words of advice!
It is important to remember that this is a rough sketch by which to write your essays.
If your topic is quite complicated, then you may have infinitely more evidentiary paragraphs than three.
It should lead the reader into the first piece of evidence you use to support your thesis statement, your argument. From the transitional/opening sentence, you can go on to cite evidence to support your argument.
This evidence must all revolve around a single theme and should come in the form of a quotation (or factual information from a primary source).
Essentially, the thesis statement is your tagline for the essay and the final sentence of the Introduction.
The Body Paragraph One should open with a transitional sentence.The most important thing to remember here is consistency.If you have two or three paragraphs in support of one piece of evidence, then you should have the same amount of paragraphs in support of all sequential facts. Remember, "Body Paragraphs" simply stand for Specific Ideas for your thesis. Body Paragraph Three should follow the exact same rules as Body Paragraph One and Two.Again, you must open this paragraph with a transitional sentence; one leading from the previous theme to the current theme. It takes your introduction and essentially says to the reader, "See, I told you so." You should be writing your conclusion with the belief that you have proven everything you have set out to prove in your essay.If you put too many different themes into one body paragraph, then the essay becomes confusing.Body Paragraph One will deal with one theme for your argument.No matter what the topic is, you will see similarities between your writing tasks and these model essays. This is because many features of writing are common across subject areas. Law, Economics, Psychology and others), it is very useful to find subject-specific essay models as you can use these to work out the ‘peculiarities’ of writing for that subject area. When you feel you are ready to introduce the specific focus of the essay, then you write the thesis statement.The thesis statement should generally come at the end of the Introductory Paragraph.