The law of attraction says they do, but is this phenomenon limited to humans?
It’s definitely not, nor is it limited to romantic relationships.
The outline consists of three parts: Now that you have the basic structure down, let’s break down the components using my two favorite four-legged beasts: Molly and Morgan. Introduction to the main topic To introduce your main topic, you ideally want to start with a hook sentence and then detail the specifics of the topic itself.
The introduction is where you introduce your topic both in broad and specific terms. The thesis statement provides the main point of or ideas within your essay. Comparing and contrasting Morgan and Molly, my opening lines to introduce the topic might read something like this:“Do opposites really attract?
Dogs with drastically different personalities and habits form close attachments all the time.” 2.
Specific subjects to compare and contrast Next you need to identify who or what you’re comparing and contrasting specifically under the main topic and theme.
(For this reason, it’s usually a good idea to write the introduction last.) Since that’s done, we’ll move on to Part B, the body paragraphs.
Since I’m focusing on just three aspects about Molly and Morgan, I’ll have three body paragraphs.
The final body paragraph wraps up the last aspect identified in the thesis. While I had three body paragraphs, your outline might have only two. It depends on the number of points you’re comparing and contrasting.
Mine might be constructed something like this: Aspect #3 – Topic Sentence: “The final difference between the two pups is how they deal with downtime, more specifically, their ability to just chill while ignoring (or not ignoring) distractions.” Subject #1: Molly That’s it. Now we’re ready to wrap things up with the conclusion. If you’ve made it this far, you’re in the home stretch—developing the conclusion of your compare and contrast essay outline. You’ve already set the stage for it with your thesis statement and body paragraphs.