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Essay writing is an integral part of college and university curriculum, and as such, it is very important to learn to master the art of good essay writing at some point. For this reason, I opt to mainly upgrade and enhance what you have already done instead of doing your entire essay for you. This way you will be able to compare your submitted essay to the updated one that I have returned to you and hopefully get a better grasp on what has been done to improve your submitted essay. You will be able to see the difference and learn from the process, instead of having it completely done with no input and nothing to compare it to. Also, it is important that your personality and writing style be shown in your work; thus, when you do your essay I will be able to pick up on your personality and writing style and write based on them.
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Now let’s take a look at some of the technicalities of writing an essay.
The first thing to consider when writing an essay is forming a tentative thesis. Some essays do not allow for a thesis; however, if your assignment is asking you to analyze, interpret, compare and contrast, demonstrate cause and effect, or to take a stand on an issue, it is likely that you are being asked to develop a thesis and to support it persuasively.
To formulate a thesis you will either need to: a) take some time to brainstorm or b) begin drafting the body of your essay looking for possible leads that will trigger a tentative thesis. Brainstorming is a lengthy thinking process whereby you write down every single idea that comes to you regarding your essay topic, in a continuous fashion. You will later scrutinize what you have written and eliminate the ones that are least relevant or has the least potential. At the end of your brainstorming you should be able to formulate a ‘working thesis’ which you can improve as you begin writing your paper.
If you choose the option to begin drafting your essay, as you explore your subject and identify questions you would like to investigate, you will begin to see possible ways to focus your material which will lead to a tentative thesis that you can expand as you continue adding more information to your draft. You should collect and organize evidence, looking for possible relationships between known facts, and think about the significance of the relationships before developing an argument on any topic.
If you have chosen the brainstorming option, the next step is to begin drafting your essay based on the main source you are given to use. (Most essay assignments are usually to be based on a main source such as a text book used in the course). You will then need to look for other sources to substantiate what you are including in your essay. If you are given topics to choose from, you will want to choose the one that interests you the most. That way your interest and energy can be sustained throughout the entire essay writing process. Upon deciding on the topic for your essay, you will then need to locate an empirical or theoretical puzzle that needs more exploration.
Each paragraph following the introduction should be written in a fluent and flowing manner while staying on topic with the thesis. Each should flow from one to the next in a continuous conversational manner. The thoughts in the following paragraph must always have a connection to the thoughts in the previous paragraph, with an exception to the concluding paragraph, which should be restating and affirming the main aspects of your thesis.
A good essay should be focused on the question or main topic. All the relevant parts of the topic should be grasped so that a logical, fair and coherent argument is presented to the reader. It should be written in an objective and analytical way, while using appropriate illustration and/or evidence to substantiate the claims.
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