Author : Carrie Garrett.
Published : Mon, Oct 07th 2019 01:00 AM.
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Look at what you have read for each of the main points of your essay and work out how you can talk about it in your own words, or in a more informative way. Look at your essay research notes and decide for yourself if the writers have made claims which, in your opinion, lack substance. If necessary, compare different claims and write down which of them is more valid, in your opinion, and explain why to your reader. Remember that each paragraph needs to lead into the next. This smooths out the structure and helps the essay to flow better.
Under each main point, jot down 2 or 3 sub points that go into a bit more detail about that particular aspect of your essay. Once you have this basic structure in place, you can start thinking about how many words to write for each part of your essay.
The first step when working out how to write essays is to decide what your subject or theme will be. Knowing the subject of your essay enables you to focus your efforts. You can immerse yourself in finding out all there is to know about a particular topic without any chance of getting distracted. Once you have found your topic, the next thing to focus on is the structure of your essay.