Now, in the conclusion you are going to restate the purpose or problem, so you are going to restate that first statement that you made in the opening paragraph and then you are going to give a solution. So this is what you propose will be the solution to fix that problem or the issue you are talking about in your essay.
Lastly, you are going to give a plan on how to implement the plan. You have the plan, you give the solution, you give the plan to fix it, and here is how you implement the plan.
I hope that this has helped you get an overview of how to outline an essay because it's not a hard process especially with mind mapping.
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How to Outline an Essay: Conclusion
In this video I am going to be talking about how to outline an essay in a very simple and easy way.
Okay, so let's get into it- how to outline an essay. I like to use mind mapping and mind maps to outline everything I write because it's just such a simple way to think and freely express ideas, to put down what I know and to also be able to fill in the gaps.
So as you're making your outline, you will be able to easily see, "okay this is what I know about this particular topic but here is where I need to get more information as I do my research." So there are a few things that you need to be aware of first. Some preliminary info is what we are talking about here.