Compose a comparison/contrast essay. Begin by deciding on the topic and then the two subjects for your paper. Remember that the two subjects must be from the same category. Now that you have your “subjects,” think about what you would like to focus on in your paper.You need two points (focuses) of comparison that should be used to develop your thesis statement.
Either your subjects or your focuses control the paragraphs, not similarities or differences.So, you do not have one paragraph on similarities and one on differences.Remember to follow one of the patterns for creating a compare/contrast essay: subject by subject or point by point.ML Format; 1 ½ to 2 pages in length; at least 500 words; minimum 4 paragraphs.
The two things you’re going to compare or contrast Smokers vs Non-smokers