The effect of the music therapy on brain disorder
Par. 1 Begin with an anecdote (short story) or scenario (what if situation) that leads into your thesis statement (the last sentence of this first paragraph). You do not have to begin this way, but your thesis must be in your first paragraph.
Par. 2 Could be where you define/explain your thesis/argument. This paragraph could end up being more than one paragraph.
Par. 3 (or more) ? Could be where you acknowledge the opposition?s viewpoint(s).
Pars. 4 and many more ? Could be where you support your thesis with statistics, authorities on the subject, examples, personal experience, anecdotes, surveys, interviews, etc.
Concluding paragraph ? Summarize the main ideas; do not add any new ideas or arguments to this paragraph.
In your thesis where you take a position (do not use first person).
Reference from annotated bibliography.
Stay in present verb tense (or at least consistent verb tense) throughout
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