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Disciplines in custom essay writing
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Structure of a great essay
For those people who say “I would like to write my essay on my own”, here is some information about the structure and tips on an essay writing:
An essay should begin with an introduction that contains a thesis statement presenting the speaker’s central argument or topic of discussion. The speaker should usually present this within the first of second sentence. In addition to the thesis statement, the introduction should contain a brief summary of the speaker’s main points. Within the body of the essay, the speaker should expound upon the main points by presenting them in detail and introducing sub-points that hash out the elements of the speaker’s argument. The speaker should provide sufficient evidence for his or her points. Finally, the essay should end with a conclusion that summarises the speaker’s main points. Because this section is intended to review the preceding material, no new ideas should be presented here. The speaker may choose to use this section to tie his or her ideas together.
Common essay forms
Essays usually require the speaker to engage in one of a number of objectives. The following is a list of common essay forms:
- Analytical- the speaker undertakes a critical analysis of a particular topic
- Argumentative- the speaker takes a particular position on an issue and lays out a number of reasons in support of that position
- Cause and effect- the speaker discusses the causes and effects of a particular issue
- Classification and division- the speaker categorises the topic into a number of
- Compare and contrast- the speaker lays out the differences between two subjects
- Descriptive- the speaker uses sensory details to explain or describe the subject to his or
- Dialectic- in this form of argumentative essay, the speaker presents two sides in a discussion culminating in a refutation of the counterargument
- Exemplification- the speaker uses examples such as anecdotes in support of his or her
- Expository- the speaker explains a short theme or idea
- Familiar- the speaker targets a specific reader, discussing both himself/ herself and the subject
- Historical- the speaker supports a thesis with historical evidence
- Narrative- the speaker presents a logical account to the audience
- Persuasive- very similar to the argumentative essay, except that in addition to presenting
his or her position, the speaker attempts to convince the audience to adopt the position under review