That means I have a lot of experience in all types of writing.
In order to major in a communications-related field, students must take a rigorous schedule of English courses, which means a whole lot of essay writing.
I quickly adapted a method of essay writing, which I believe simplifies and streamlines the process. Instead of sitting down and writing an essay, from start to finish, as many students do, it’s much easy (and way less time consuming) to do all of your research beforehand, placing each item into a basic outline.
From there, the outline contains all of the information you need to create your essay and, the essay essentially writes itself.
Line up the statements into an order and chart a possible way of their expression.
It’s a time to decide which things are important and which are less.
Students commonly mistake a conclusion paragraph as a summary paragraph when, in fact, it’s really an opportunity to drive home your argument.
Your conclusion should round out your essay and unite your paragraphs together, solidifying your thesis. Additional quotes or references, if any As you find each quote or reference to include within your essay, make sure to cite each reference, so you won’t have to scramble at the end to go back to your sources to see where you found each quotation.
Revision is a final and the most critical stage of any text composition.
At this point, you check whether the outline contains mistakes, misconceptions and other stuff to delete or adjust.