Description. For this essay, you are to describe a person, a place, a day, or a thing. To be exact, you should describe what the person, the place, the day, or the thing looks like. Please select the topic yourself and follow the writing process you learned in Chapters 2-6 when you write your essay, starting from writing an outline for your essay, developing your thesis statement, to writing your introduction paragraph, body paragraphs, and conclusion paragraph.
When you are writing your introduction, first briefly introduce your topic to your audience and then state your thesis clearly. A thesis is the main idea of an essay and it should guide you through in the writing of your essay. Remember that your body paragraphs should center on the thesis and support the thesis.
For each of your body paragraphs, always begin with a topic sentence and follow it with your supporting evidence. Remember: as your body paragraphs support your thesis, your evidence should support your topic sentence.
In your conclusion paragraph, summarize the key points you have discussed in the body of your essay and draw a conclusion out of it, in addition to reiterating the thesis stated in your introduction.
Choose a topic of your own and write a descriptive essay in which you show your readers clearly some person or place or a special day that you remember.
Tips: You write 500 words,you describe New Orleans.
And After you writing, you write a Self-assessment of Essay, 100 words.