1. Paste the title of your essay in the title box.
2. Write or paste text of your paper into the larger text box.
3. Click on the button, and our generator will create you conclusion.
Conclusion Generator Results
Have you ever written a whole essay, only to get writer’s block at the end? You are not alone. Good writers know that the conclusion is supposed to mirror the introduction and recap the most important points in the paper, but can still struggle with creating a conclusion that is fresh and original. It can be really tempting just to try to paraphrase the introduction. However, while your conclusion and introduction should bookend the contents of the paper, you want to avoid making them too similar; the conclusion needs to reiterate the points you made in the body of the paper.
While struggling to write a great conclusion is a common problem, it can also be a very dangerous one. Readers are impacted by two concepts: primacy and recency. This means that they tend to better remember material that they read at the beginning of an essay and at the end of the essay than they do the material in the middle. If either the introduction or the conclusion seems weak, then the entire paper will seem weak, even if it is a solid, strong, well-supported academic paper. That is why it is really important to end your paper with a strong conclusion.
Where does that leave you if you are struggling to finish your paper on a strong final note? Well, it depends on why you are struggling. It is not uncommon to write an entire paper, including the conclusion, and then realize that you have just managed to reiterate the introduction. Having this problem does not mean that you will not be able to create a strong conclusion. More often than not, it simply means that you need to step away from the writing process, take a break, and come back after the break and write the conclusion with a fresh mind and clear head.
Writing a Great Conclusion
We believe that you have what it takes to write a great conclusion for your paper. You just may not know what you need for that great conclusion. If you do not know what a conclusion is supposed to accomplish, have no fear- we will explain it to you. Writing a great conclusion means that you have a limited space to accomplish three very specific goals:
Restate your thesis statement/main idea;
Summarize the arguments you made in your essay; and
Introduce a thought-provoking comment or question that explains why your essay was relevant.
Restating your thesis statement or main idea does not mean simply reusing your thesis statement; you need to paraphrase the statement so that it contains the same information, but in a fresh manner. Summarizing your arguments generally involves using a one-sentence statement to summarize each argument you made in the paper. Finally, you want to add something new to the conclusion that gives your reader something to think about or encourages the reader to take some type of action. If your conclusion fails on any of these points, it will make your essay seem weaker. If it fails on multiple points, it might actually leave your reader with questions, not just making your essay seem weaker, but actually undermining what you wrote.
If you are already familiar with our website, then you already know that we believe that the very best way to learn how to be a better writer is to learn by example. It is impossible to become a great writer without reading great writing! Therefore, we are providing example conclusions for essays on popular current event topics. Each of these example conclusions is based on a five-paragraph essay model. In a five-paragraph essay, you have an introductory paragraph that states your thesis statement, three body paragraphs that support your thesis, and a conclusion paragraph.
Requiring Children Seeking Asylum to Represent Themselves in Court
Although this essay has not tackled the broader legal issues of whether it violates established American legal principals to separate children from their families at the border, it has made it clear that expecting migrant children to represent themselves in asylum hearings violates both the spirit and the meaning of American law. The Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment states that no state shall deny any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of its laws and, by entering into the United States, legally or illegally, an asylum seeker falls under state jurisdiction. Although there is some variation, state laws require that at-risk children be appointed ad litem attorneys who can advocate for the child’s best interests. Simply providing these asylum-seeking children with lists of organizations that may do pro-bono asylum representation is inadequate; not only are many of these children preverbal and illiterate, but they may also understand little English or Spanish. While it is clear that these policies violate the spirt of American law, what is less certain is what these policies say about the conscience of America. Unfortunately, American history is rife with examples of the government separating children from their parents. Americans tend to refer to these examples as dark points in American history, which begs the following question: why are so many Americans willing to watch it happen again?
Mandatory Spay/Neuter Programs
Although surprisingly controversial in some parts of the country, mandatory spay and neuter programs, coupled with required pet registration, can greatly reduce the population of unwanted companion animals. The more animals that are spayed or neutered, the fewer unwanted puppies and kittens. However, the direct impact on overpopulation is not the only benefit; these programs generate funds for the county, not because of the minimum fees associated with registering neutered pets, but because of the fees generated when registering unaltered pets. These funds can then be used to help deal with animal overpopulation and reduce euthanasia of healthy animals by being used on shelter improvement, community education, low-cost vet services, and adoption events. Knowing that mandatory spay/neuter programs do help reduce the amount of unwanted animals and reduce euthanasia rates for adoptable pets, it seems clear that anyone who truly considers themselves pet lovers would support these programs and lobby for their implementation.
Gun Control and Mass Killings
Although the argument that outlawing ownership of semi-automatic and automatic weapons would help reduce the number of mass killings is in the United States is an appealing one, it is an over-simplistic approach to a complex problem. While the United States is often compared to Australia when people discuss mandatory gun turn-in programs, the United States has a fixation on guns that Australia never had, making it a much larger project that Australia’s program. Furthermore, with the majority of guns in the hands of only 3% of Americans, even large-scale compliance with those laws would still leave a number of guns available to the public. Finally, because that percentage of Americans is so overly-armed, any attempts to remove the weapons by force would likely turn into a deadly stand-off, similar to situations like the Branch Davidians in Waco or Ruby Ridge. The more important social issue really needs to address why only 3% of Americans own more than half of the guns in the country; if the country can address the underlying cause of what appears to most people to be a dramatic over-attachment to weapons, then the country can reduce gun violence without attempting to remove the semi-automatic and automatic weapons currently in circulation.
Great, but I’m Still Stuck
Okay, so you have looked at our tips for writing a great conclusion. You have tried to restate your thesis, summarize your evidence, and come up with a great final impression for your paper. However, you feel like you are still falling flat. What do you do now?
Well, you have a few options. You could ask a peer to proofread your paper and give you feedback on your conclusion. If your school has a writing lab, you could seek help from one of its writing instructors. You could hire an editor to help you tighten up the essay, including your conclusion. These are all great options, but they all share a common problem: they require a pretty large amount of time. What do you do if your deadline is fast-approaching and you still need help writing your conclusion? We suggest you use our conclusion generator tool.
What is a Conclusion Generator?
A conclusion generator tool? What is that? We know you are wondering about it, because it is a relatively new blend of technology and writing skills, which permits you to enter specific information about your essay and get a well-written conclusion paragraph.
What type of information do you need to use the conclusion generator? Well, first you want to have a close-to-final draft of your essay available to upload. The generator tool scans through your writing to find the most salient points, which it will then highlight in the conclusion it produces. The closer your paper is to the final product you will eventually submit, the better aligned with the essay your conclusion can be. Next, you need to determine how long you want your conclusion to be; you can tell the conclusion generator how many sentences it should include.
What Will My Conclusion Look Like?
We cannot answer that question, which is actually a very good thing. The conclusion generator uses your own arguments, evidence, and supporting points to create a concluding paragraph for your paper. Therefore, your conclusion will look different from anyone else’s conclusion, based on the paper you write. The stronger your paper and the better the evidence you used to provide support for your thesis, the stronger your conclusion will be. However, the example concluding paragraphs that we included should give you some idea of what to expect from the Conclusion Generator.
Why Should I Use a Conclusion Generator?
The reasons people use the Conclusion Generator tool vary from person-to-person. Some people use it as inspiration to write their own conclusions, which is probably the most effective way to utilize the tool. Others use it because they are up against a deadline and need a conclusion, fast. Some people might even use the tool to see what type of summary it generates in order to find out how they can bolster the information that they used in the body of their paper.
However, the primary reason we can give you for using the Conclusion Generator is that it is free. It is a free, online told that we have made available to you in order to help you strengthen your writing skills. There is no commitment to using the tool. You can use it and decide that you do not like the conclusion that it wrote for you, and discard the results. You can use it and decide that it perfectly captured what you were trying to say in your essay and include it as a conclusion. You can use it to help you come up with ways to restate your thesis without seeming repetitive or derivative. Finally, you can use it to help you determine how to come up with that interesting final sentence that will make the reader remember your paper. How you use the Conclusion Generator is up to you, but we believe that if you use it, it will help you improve your writing and make better grades.
I Need More Help!
If you have used the conclusion generator and still find yourself struggling to complete your paper, have no fear, our professional writers and editors are here to help you. Many people believe that our writers only complete full example essay assignments and that we do not take small orders. On the contrary, we often help customers who need partial work for their projects. Many of our customers specifically ask for introductions, conclusions, or both to help them make their writing flow. If you find yourself in that position, we are happy to help you out by writing a conclusion that is customized to your work, but, unlike the paragraphs generated by the Conclusion Generator, allows for input from a subject-area expert and professional writer.
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