Often, an organizational sentence is used here to describe the layout of the paper.
Finally, the last sentence of the first paragraph of such an essay would state the thesis the author is trying to prove.
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Basically, the thesis statement should be proven throughout the essay.
In each of the three body paragraphs one or more identified (evidence/fact/etc.) that supports the thesis statement is discussed.
The thesis is often linked to a "road map" for the essay, which is basically an embedded outline stating precisely what the three body paragraphs will address and giving the items in the order of the presentation.
Not to be confused with an organizational sentence, a thesis merely states "The book Night follows Elie Wiesel's journey from innocence to experience," while an organizational sentence directly states the structure and order of the essay.
itself is organised into paragraphs, according to your plan.
Remember that each paragraph focuses on one idea, or aspect of your topic, and should contain at least 4-5 sentences so you can deal with that idea properly..