Informative EssayIn this essay, I am asking you to INFORM the reader about a topic you think they should know about. This is different from a narrative, because you aren’t telling a story. Instead, you are writing a formal essay using research and evidence that provides information on a topic of your choice.Requirements:· Your essay should have a clear thesis about the topic youre exploring. It may help to have a 3-pronged thesis, as below:· Example: Having a child changes a persons perspective. Children make parents more compassionate, empathetic, and hopeful.· Your body paragraphs should be driven by clear topic sentences (claims) that are related to your thesis.· TS1: Having a child creates compassion in the parent, as parents are forced to see the world through the eyes of an innocent child.· TS2: Children teach parents about empathy· TS3: Children make parents more hopeful and more likely to desire and create positive changes in society and the world.· The essay must be grammatically clear and written in a formal, academic voice so that mistakes dont distract the reader from the content· Use Grammarly, peer edit, and check with me· POV: 1st and 3rd are acceptable, but only where appropriate (for example, you may tell a personal anecdote using 1st person, but the entire essay shouldnt stay limited to your story. See In Praise of a Snails Pace).· Your essay should be between 2-4 pages· Your essay should include evidence (paraphrased, summarized, or quoted facts, examples, or details) from at least 2 sources (different websites/articles/texts) and have a Works Cited page at the end.