An academic essay has to be structured perfectly in order for it to stand out from all the rest. The questions which have to be raised in an essay are "what, how and why". A standard essay structure will have an introduction, body paragraphs and a conclusion. The three questions of "what, how and why" will be addressed in these three sections of the essay. The introduction will inform the readers as to "what" the essay is about. The "how" will be addressed in the body paragraphs of the essay and the "why" will be in the conclusion. For example if students are assigned to write an academic written essay on Global Warming, they will start with introducing the subject of Global Warming and the particular issue students will be addressing will be in the thesis statement of the essay. The body paragraphs will go on to explain, with sound evidence, the reasons for the issue. The conclusion will address the final section of the essay, which is what is at stake if Global Warming is not stopped.