The “T” is for thesis, which is the point of the story. This can take a lot of brainstorming to figure out what you want to say exactly. Then there is the “I.” This is for Intro; the intro is telling how you are going to support the thesis and you create a hook to suck people into your story. The next step is “A.” Anecdotes are the small stories or personal experiences that are within the story and help support the thesis. “Details.” These are the main points that you want to put to support your thesis even more; the more details the better. Then there is “C,” which stands for conclusion and is probably the most important part of the essay besides the thesis.
Well, I hope that you can now plan a well-organized essay using the phrase, “This is an Amazing Delightful Composition.” Thesis, Introduction, Anecdotes, Details, Conclusion: four simple steps to make an excellent essay with very little effort.