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Essay-writing
  • Essay
  • The word essay is described as "a literary composi
    tion 
  • (usually prose and short) in the Concise Oxford Di
    ctionary.
  • Short) on every subject." 
  • The term encompasses generally also any written co
    mposition, whether it 
  • expresses personal views, provides information abo
    ut any topic or 
  • descriptions of a narration or description. This w
    ord usually involves written composition or descri
    ption. It refers to a particular subject.

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Essay writing features
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  • The following characteristics must be in a strong 
    essay 
  • Oneness 
  • Order 
  • Shortcut
  • Dress up 
  • Staff Touch 
  • An essay should be an essay that treats in an ord
    erly way a single subject. It should be 
  • written in a succinct way and not too long and th
    e style should be plain, straightforward and clear
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Essay-writing classification
  • Essays may be categorizedas
  • Narrative
  • Descriptive
  • Expository
  • Reflective
  • Imaginative

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Classification of Essay- Writing(contd)
  • Narrative The narrator tells a story in a narrati
    ve essay about an interpretation in real life.
    The essay challenges students to think and write a
    bout themselves, while telling a story can sound e
    asy to do. Writers should strive to make the story
     as vivid as possible while writing a narrative es
    say by involving the reader.
  • Descriptive
  • A vision with words is painted in an essay. A writ
    er may define a special significance
  • person, location, object or even memory. The essay
     attempts, in the summary, to express a deeper mea
    ning. The writer should show 
  • colourful words and sensory information in the des
    criptive essay.

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Classification of Essay- Writing(contd)
  • Expository In an essay the artist uses facts, sta
    tistics and examples to illustrate or describe the
     subject. Expository writing involves a wide varie
    ty of variants in essay, including an experimental
     comparability and comparison, an experiment on
  • the cause and effect, or a 'how to' test.
  • Reflective
  • A reflective essay consists of reflections or
    thoughts on some topic, which is generally of an
    abstract nature for example (a) habits,
    qualities, (b) social, political and domestic
    topics (c) philosophical subjects, (d) religious
    and theological topics.

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Classification of Essay- Writing(contd)
Imaginative Essays on topics like the
sensations and experiences of a sailor on the
island of the desert can be considered brilliant
essays. In this way, the writer is called to
imagine himself in a place he seems to have no
real knowledge of. Themes like "If I were a
king," and "The autobiography of a horse," will
require creative essays.
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Overview of Essay-Writing
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How to write an effective essay?
Each essay has a start, a middle and a finish.
The first paragraph is called the introduction of
a 5-paragraph essay. The following three
paragraphs are the essay. The conclusion is the
fifth and last paragraph.
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Parts of an Essay
  • Introduction The first paragraph of your essay
    is the introductory paragraph. The key concept of
    your essay is seen here. Your reader needs to be
    interested and clarify why your subject is
    relevant. Write the thesis first of all. In one
    sentence the key principle of the essay is called
    the argument of the thesis. Provide your subject
    with some background information. You may use
    interested information which will be included in
    the essay later.
  • The introduction usually has three parts
  • The hook (or dramatic opener) consists of several
    sentences that pull the reader into the essay.
  • The transitional sentence connects the hook to
    the thesis statement.
  • The thesis statement is one or two sentences that
    states the
  • idea of the essay.

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Parts of an Essay(contD)
  • Hook and dramatic openers
  • Hooks (dramatic openers) are used at the
    beginning of a paragraph or in a study or essay
    to catch the reader's attention. The hook is
    always a short phrase and put before the subject
    phrase.
  • Sentence of transition
  • For essays, articles and other literary
    compositions, the transformation sentences are
    critical resources. It enhances the relations and
    transitions between paragraphs and sentences.
    Thus, the text is ordered and arranged logically.

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Parts of an Essay(contd)
  • Thesis statement
  • One or two phrases at the end of the first
    paragraph is a very simple statement on the
    thesis which informs the reader about your essay.
  • A thesis statement should do these three things
  • It should clearly express what the essay is
    about.
  • It should make a discussible point.
  • It should indicate the structure of the essay.

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Parts of an Essay(contd)
  • Body of the Essay (Supporting Paragraphs)
  • You make up your body of work. The key idea for yo
    ur essay is created. You should use unique transit
    ion terms to link your supporting paragraphs. Word
    s of transition
  • connect your paragraphs and simplify reading your 
    essay. Use them in your
  • paragraphs at the end and beginning.
  • Each paragraph in the body of the essay contains
    the following sentences
  • TOPIC SENTENCE This sentence tells the reader
    what the paragraph is going to be about.
  • DETAIL SENTENCE Your paragraph can have many
    detail sentences. The detail sentence tells your
    reader a little more about your topic. Each
    detail sentence must include an EXAMPLE.
  • CONCLUDING/TRANSITIONAL SENTENCE This sentence
    wraps up what you have already told the readers
    and gets them ready for the next paragraph.

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Parts of an Essay(contd)
  • Conclusion (The End)This part contains the
    conclusions and findings. Proves that the theme
    announced at the beginning of the essay is fully
    disclosed. Necessarily express your personal
    opinion about the work done.
  • The concluding paragraph typically has two parts
  • The summary statement is one or two sentences
    which restate the thesis in a fresh way to
    reinforce the essay's main idea.
  • The clincher is a final thought which should
    create a lasting impression on the reader. It is
    also referred to as the closer, is your last
    opportunity to connect with the reader.

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Revision
Revision is also a strong writer throughout the wh
ole writing process.  Examination doesn't mean "re
copying" what you have written before.  Review inv
olves modifying the content of the paper to make s
ense to the reader of some word, sentence or parag
raph.  In particular, three areas to be explored 
in considering how your essay might enhance its co
ntent and style are  Clarity Is the article wri
tten clearly?  Unity Is the core concept related
 to all paragraphs?  Cohesiveness Is it that ide
as fluid?
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Proofreading
  • Proof reading is different from revision. Whereas
    revision focuses on
  • improving the content of the essay, proofreading
    deals with recognizing and correcting errors or
    punctuation, capitalization, spelling, and
    grammar.
  • PROOF READING CHECKLIST
  • Having deleted both fragments and run-on phrases? 
  • Does the article use the right indentation and par
    agraph? 
  • Do the subjects and verbs come to an agreement? 
  • Are references pronouns obvious? 
  • Has the right tense verb been properly and regular
    ly used? 
  • Was it right to use commas, apostrophes and semico
    lons? 
  • Words were properly capitalized? 
  • Is it possible to combine certain sentences to inc
    lude a range of sentences? 
  • Does the essay demonstrate a strong and precise us
    e of words? 
  • Was a dictionary or spell checker used to fix orth
    ographic errors?

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