How do you write a good conclusion for a DBQ?
The proper way to write a good conclusion for a DBQ is to rewrite your thesis, then restate important conclusions you have said within your essay and explain why they are significant, do not summarize and do not introduce new ideas or information.
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As you would any other type of essay.
include some insight from the research you did. propose a solution. pose some interesting questions 4 the reader. compare it to a broader category of the same subject [ex-i…f ur focusing on a specific detail, try focusing on the subject as a whole]. answer the question:So What? why was this essay important why did i bother writing about this?. good luck!!!
There is no "good" conclusion of U.S. history. Any such conclusion would be tragic. A conclusion would, however, include any Republican being elected president.
To write a good science lab conclusion you should use the RERUN procedure. The RERUN procedure means: R ecall what you did during this lab. E xplain why you did this lab …and what you were trying to find out. R eflect on the lab's meaning and did it match your hypothesis or was your hypothesis wrong? and why? U ncertainty (errors that were in the lab that you could not control [aka: weather problems, measurement mistakes] or just any errors that you came across during running this lab that you could fix for the next time you perform the lab). N ew questions or new discoveries (normally you put in at least three). Make sure you do not put in 1st or 2nd person in this lab (ex: me, you, I, we) because it will be too formal and the lab isn't supposed to be about you it is supposed to be about the experiment you performed. Make sure you CHECK FOR ERRORS! Use spell check and get your peers to review it for you. Otherwise, just follow what your teacher said to do and try to follow RERUN as it will be very useful to you and it will help make writing your conclusion easier.
restate the thesis statement ( the topic sentence)
With a BBQ and some KC Masterpiece BBQ sauce. This may me correct for finishing a bbq, but in this case, finishing a dbq, the best way is to say one other document that would… have been helpful in writing the paper and why you would need it.
Make sure you explain the science behind your evidence. The reasoning, or conclusion always explains how you got your answers, or evidence, and also explains any reference you… used.
NEVER restate your thesis; don't even rephrase it. You should state the universal truth or general idea of the essay--you're saying it's the same thing as the thesis, right? W…rong. It is the idea you are trying to reach to your readers. Wrap up your essay while providing readers with a connection to their own lives or society. Suggest broader implications of the topic (universal truth/general idea). Filter down your topic and clarify the meaning to clear any misconceptions. That is a better answer.
I dot really know but just restate the thesis statment is what i do
For a story, you want to conclude everything by making sure you have "tied up all loose ends." Check to be sure that all the problems are solved, and all the conflicts resolv…ed. Make sure that you have explained anything that needs explaining. Write a few sentences to wrap things up (fairy tales just say "and they lived happily ever after), and you're through.
Spend some time planning it out first.
I am writing one right now in school, and to write a good one, make a intro so that the reader will know what they are going to start reading in ur body paragraphs. Then pick …out your documents, add the information from the document, then add your outside knowlage... hopefully about 7-15 sentences in a paragraph... Good luck!!! :)
Talk about everything you wrote about, and sum it all up. Or, you could write about your feeling about the topic. Example: If you were writing about animals, you could write w…hat you would think of them as a pet, or how they should be treated (if writing about an endangered species).
um.... conclusions are just like the introduction. restating your opinion but in a more persuasive way. why? because the reader will only remember the conclusion properly. rem…ember, you can add a command or restate all your arguments and restate your opinion. if you ever get confused again, remember, all your doing is righting a command there, restating the arguments and... basically just summarising the actual text.
Sum up succinctly what you've already made clear. For bonus points, frame it in an interesting new light, use an appropriate quote, or bring it full circle by making it compli…mentary to the first paragraph. For example, if you opened with a metaphor, end with the same metaphor.
Reread your thesis and rewrite it in an interesting way. .