Oftentimes during tutoring sessions, writers express their troubles with conclusions, or closing paragraphs. Some writers have a difficult time articulating the significance of their paper’s topic. Others get confused because they think the closing is pointless because it merely restates the paper’s opening. This latter thought, especially, can hold writers back from ending their papers effectively. If you have ever struggled with writing closing paragraphs, or aren’t even sure of their purpose, have no fear! The Writing Studio has a Conclusions handout that discusses the purpose of conclusions, and how to write them.
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