The conclusion is where your students will reiterate the points they have just explained.
Make sure they know not to introduce any new arguments here.
Teach your students that people are much better at remembering things when they hear them three times. This rule is why you state your points (introduction), explain them in your main body, and then reiterate them in your conclusion.
Some of the most memorable quotes from history are memorable because of the rule of three. Government of the people, by the people, for the people. Writing essays is a great way for your students to learn and refine some more advanced writing skills.
Make sure they have a good enough grasp of the basics, then move them on to the fundamentals of essay writing.
Use these seven steps to teach your ESL students how to write an essay.
As ESL students become more fluent, it's time to focus on how to use that fluency in specific tasks such as making a presentation or writing an essay.
The advanced topics you choose should depend upon what your students have planned for the future.
Show them how to explain points clearly by breaking things down into short and simple sentences.
Be sure they know to support every claim they make with evidence from their research.