A conclusion is constructed from three stages: purpose, problem and possibility.

Purpose:

The first thing that a conclusion must do, is to clarify to the reader any doubt that still may have on the matter addressed. That is to say, in it you take up the main points, showing how you solved the problem. This serves so that the reader does not forget what was the point or the most important points that you addressed in the text.

Issue:

Once you cover the important points, you must show the reader that the writing you have just read offers a real solution. How? Emphasizing the great idea of the text; what you wanted to show

Possibility:

Knowledge is not a matter with an end point. On the contrary, it is something that is built indefinitely and your demonstration in a text, is only a contribution to an even greater theme.

A conclusion, on the other hand, is an opportunity to invite the reader to continue feeling the urge to deepen. And this you can achieve, by making a clear call to something you want the reader to do.

For example, invite him to wait for the next part of your writing or lead him to other content that you have created with related topics so that the reader can learn more about the subject; Invite him to contribute knowledge in the form of a comment or simply to put into practice what he has learned to prove that what you have taught him works.

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