Although the essay excludes plagiarism, one cannot do without materials on the topic. Therefore, recruit material. A little more, for a variety of Sources neatly in the list of references We read or just browse depending on how much time is available. If the deadlines are not yet tight, it would be good to do this for a few days in a row, a little bit, at least during an advertising television break, and if five morning cups of coffee are devoted to studying the accumulated mountain of material, then perhaps everything in the head should decompose well on the shelves. It would be nice to discuss this topic with someone. With a teacher would be quite wonderful. Not only will he offer you something sensible and shed light on his own vision of the question, you will also demonstrate your own intensive work of thought. But if the teacher is not available, your own grandmother is fine.
Of course, one should not expect constructive comments from her (although who knows, the grandmothers are different), but two hares are killed and put your thoughts on the shelves, and follow the granddaughter’s duty of communication. It would be nice to learn the habits of his muse. Inspiration a pretty capricious thing. For example, I am anxious about my own, feed him with chocolates if I request and jump in the middle of the night, if he is impatient to present his thoughts to me right now. Jokes, jokes, but there is some truth in it. Regarding the structure of the essay, I recently came across the instructions of one teacher, since they were proposed to a wide range of students, and I will cite them here: “The essay is a statement of a small, specific problem, which is usually a heading, and its subsequent disclosure by the student. The essay answers the question “Why?”,
But not the descriptive questions “How?”, “What?”, “What?” Or require the answer “Yes” or “No”. Otherwise, the essay is an open letter to a conditional friend who asked the question “Why?”. The answer must contain at least three I think, firstly, secondly, thirdly At the end of the work, a conclusion is made that a forecast can be made in which the author’s own positions are clearly marked. An essay is a student’s reflection on some problem that is interesting to him and which is also relevant, i.e. interesting to others. Therefore, in an essay, a polemic with other authors (their point of view) is permissible, since the student’s task is to demonstrate the readability of the subject. You can quote other authors, but moderately and occasionally. A footnote is made at the bottom of the page (author, book or article, year of publication, p., Place of publication).
At the end of the work indicated read literature. An essay is an absolutely independent work, written in its own style and language, therefore, the fewer quotes, the better, PLAGIATISE ARE EXCLUDED Moreover, the written-off text is always visible. So, the scheme is the following the formulation of the problem on the floor of the page. Its disclosure in three theses, each on the page. Conclusion for half. Now think about what would be so relevant to screw it. If the topic is near political, social it would be good to look through the latest press. You don’t have to suffer for a long time a look already sharpened for your topic will quickly pull out the angle of recent events you need. If we are writing about a person, it is worth looking at the dates of birth, death, the beginning of creative activity is there an anniversary scheduled? Mentally going through modern people of the same field of activity suddenly there is a person, a comparison with which will give your work a winning brilliance. Perhaps the essay is the only type of student work where you can use an epigraph. Although the essay is not the easiest work, but it, written meaningfully and with the soul, can help win the respect of the teacher and strengthen the faith with their own creativity.