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Introduction (6-8 sentences)

Lead in (attention getter)

Build up to (thesis statement)

Thesis statement (main idea of the essay essay map main argument + the three points you’re going to discuss)

My family lineage is one bond that even if I do not know very well, but I can feel it in my blood running like a thousand horses.

Body paragraph (8-12 sentences)

Topic sentence 1 (main (idea of the paragraph)

My father’s family comes from a military men that worked and still working in Mexico, and beautiful and smart woman with strong goals in their daily life.

Supporting details (2-3 examples to support your topic sentence)

  • My father’s parents die when he and his brothers were young.
  • My father’s family used work in the military
  • Woman in my family are beautiful, also strong physical and psychological.

Concluding sentence wrap up paragraph and ties everything together)

Body paragraph (8-12 sentences)

Topic sentence 2 (main idea of the paragraph)

Unlike my father’s family, my mother’s family comes from people who worked and still working in their own ranch, unite people with a strong feeling of love.

Supporting details

  • My mother’s family still living where they born.
  • They are hard-workers with small companies.
  • They are always helping themselves when someone need it.

Concluding sentence

Body paragraph (8-12 sentences)

Topic sentence 3

I lived in a small town called Ozuluama until one day I came to Texas because the insecurity that started to show in Mexico.

Supporting details

  • I used to live near my grandmother.
  • The insecurity started to grown in the town making it unsafe to live anymore.
  • My family lives now in United States after leaving my last town.

Concluding sentence

Conclusion (6-8 sentences)

Paragraph their statement

Paragraph their sentence

Final thoughts (what do you want the reader to do/understand)