It′s important to remember that it is neither summary nor plot points alone that form your essay; it is your opinions about them. Your Essay′s FormIntroduction. Provide the context of your essay (briefly) that culminates in a thesis statement with the three specific points that you will discuss in the body paragraphs. Body Paragraphs (three of them). Your body paragraphs, then, are the fulfillment of your thesis statement′s three points. It is when you will ″argue your opinion.″ So remember to ask and then answer the two questions, ″So what?″ and ″How does this relate to my thesis statement?″, as you write.Conclusion. Your conclusion recaps what you′ve written. It neither introduces new material nor does it offer further ideas.