Close Out Story:
Sum up your story/examples/studies/readings ― this may be done by paraphrasing the first sentence of your first body paragraph.
Example: Body language and emails can definitely be useful tools to communicate more effectively with other people ― they can often fill in the gaps that may be lacking in a conversation.
Show How Story Supports Thesis:
Explicitly demonstrate how your story/example/reading/studies support your thesis.
Example: But a true, interpersonal conversation carries with it both the immense weight of vocabulary as well as the deeper subtexts of body language.
Paraphrase the thesis you stated in your introduction.
Example: Therefore, I believe it is incorrect to prioritize any other communication method over conversations.
Tidy and sum up your essay ― end with something that may leave the reader wanting to read more.
Example: For, although a picture may be worth a thousand words, you never know if they are the ones you intended to convey.