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How To Write A Good Mom And Dad Compare And Contrast Essay


Compare and contrast essays involve the exploration of two or more ideas, analysis of the information collected and presentation of the differences and similarities between the topics. There are many different styles that can be used to construct this type of essay but the basic outline is similar in just about any paper you may be required to write. Here are some tips on how to write a good mom and dad compare and contrast essay:

  1. Gather information
  2. This venture involves the study of subjects particularly close to home so gathering information can be quite simple, providing both parents are available. In the case of someone not able to study their own parents, they could ask a friend to study theirs. In this experiment, if possible, it would be even better to study multiple couples to increase the overall accuracy of your data.

  3. Class information based on type
  4. Information can be gathered independently through observation and experimentation, or simply extracted from studies done by others. You can choose to preform your comparisons based on your own personal observations of the pair or you can utilize large scale studies performed by other researchers. If you choose the latter, be sure to include a reference section in your paper giving proper recognition to the original owners of any published works you may have utilized in your paper.

  5. Create an introduction
  6. The proper introduction can make decide whether or not a reader continues reading your paper to completion. Construct your introduction in a manner that captivates the interest of a potential reader by making a bold claim. This claim can be controversial to the reader to achieve this effect, for example “Dads have better relationships with their female offspring that moms do”.

  7. Discuss points in detail
  8. After collecting your information, present what you consider to be the most important facts to the reader and proceed to discuss them. Formulate your interpretation of the data based on empirical evidence and try to avoid speculation or feelings. A reader must be able to logically follow your analysis with the aid of evidence.

  9. Formulate a conclusion
  10. In the final paragraph of your essay, you must formulate a statement of conclusion. It is best if your conclusion is fully supported by evidence without being too vague. The statement should be final and definitive, leaving the reader with a sense of completion after having read your entire paper.

 
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