You could also compare the effects of victims of cyberbullying compared to those of real life bullying. Since you are creating an essay try to have a main point and base it off that. Intro: P1: -point -(2)support -tie in the paragraph, p2: P3: Conclusion: (I always use the rule of 5 now instead of during the thesis, intro, first I choose to do that once my paragraphs are organized. Concluding the essay from this would involve an active restatement of the thesis statement, and might even include a note of empathy for the tragic condition in which cyberbullying places intended targets. Thus cases such as one with young teen Rebecca Sedwick commit suicide from the intense pressure of bulling. And so on paragraph two would look like, p2: -point: Cyber bullying allows many to become anonymous -(2)support: Anonymity enables people to act out of their normal behavior without substantial consequences.
(use some type of statistic) Sources: The answer to your question depends on what aspect of cyberbullying you are discussing. I would suggest first narrowing down your topic before thinking of arguments.
Asked on, june 25, 2014 at 10:58 PM by goody2shoes 8, answers, add Yours, in any essay, there will have to be a focused and clear statement of purpose. This is the thesis statement and it will form the basis of your essay on cyberbullying. :D. Now first key for the paragraph could be Cyber bullying may lead to violence. Your support could be for example you can emphasis that online bullying has very few safe havens.