Essay writing

Writing an essay

The task of writing a student test can also be called an essay. It is a reflective or engaging text.

The following principles apply to writing:

  1. Assignments are related to the same topic related to mother tongue or high school curriculum subjects
    So, one performance has one louder theme.

There are 5 -7 assignments, but the final point is chosen by the student

Experiment 3 also provides 6 to 8 material, of which at least two must be used. So the author must know

  • exclude material that is not suitable for your own writing
  • Choose the most useful materials
  • Decide how widely each material will be used. It is possible that one of them is so-called. the main material that the author pondered most and refers to others (or another) only briefly.

The 4th output is labeled by itself

  1. The output length is indicated in the assignment. The recommended length is about 6000 characters without spaces.

The characteristics of the essay are as follows:

  • The author’s voice is heard. A good essay includes the author’s own views, opinions and experiences.
  • The personal touch also appears in style, in the way you use the language. Word choices, rhetorical tools and language images are thoughtful and effective.
  • The author’s reading is shown. The essay may contain references to other (well-known) texts or even quotes from them. Expertise is reflected in the fact that the facts are true.
  • The essay is illustrative. Concrete, clear examples will brighten the author’s thoughts.
  • The essay has a thoughtful grip. The essence of the essay is the problematization of the subject to be dealt with, and its task is to answer the problem. So the essay message, the king’s idea, is clear.
  • The structure of the essay is logical.

Writing a essay, or essay, is a long work and has many steps.

Essay structures

  1. Defining the main concept
  2. Case Example or Description of Example Case
  3. Presentation of background information
  4. My experience
  5. Quote or saying
  6. Referring to a source or referring to other texts
  7. Description
  8. Opposite Layout
  9. An upright claim

General part

  1. Schedule
  2. Topic Order (e.g., one of the following)

most important to the least important
familiar with the new one
close to distant
from big to small
best of the worst

  1. View Order (e.g., one of the following)

child – young – adult – elderly person
European perspective – for the whole world
wealthy western – poor european – resident of developing country – american indigenous economy
definition – history – present – good things – bad points – solutions – own experiences

  1. Reference Order (For example, one of the following): Two big parts came into the essay, which are divided into paragraphs
  • against
    before – now
    we – elsewhere
    common – different
  1. Problem Solving Order

reasons – consequences – solutions – assessment, own vision


  1. Summary
  2. Consequences
  3. Conclusion
  4. Comparison to a similar situation (analogue)
  5. Reference to the future
  6. The rhetorical question
  7. A new way of getting started
  8. Your opinion

4 Writing Literature
Literature is a material-based script that consists of a fictional work or works (novel, short story, play).

The different courses of the high school deal with different aspects of fiction, so the essays of the different courses are slightly different. Also, in the student study, the perspective of the literature topic is given in the assignment.

However, the basis for the literature is its own reading experience. The author focuses on the findings, conclusions and interpretations of his work in his own views and experiences. The work should be sufficiently explained so that the reader understands the essay, even if there is no base text. The essay may also have evaluative features, but it is not a literature review.

So there is an essay in the literature: the author’s own voice may be heard, but it is written in literary language and in actuality.

The length of the essay can vary a lot. It is essential that reasoning and interpretations are justified. the base text is referred to as in other material-based writings.


  1. Read the book to get an overview.
  2. Choose a perspective unless it is finished. One way to narrow the perspective is to formulate the starting point of the essay as a question, as a problem that can be solved:

What does the book show about its appearance? OR
Where is the effectiveness of the book based? OR
How does love appear in the work? etc.

  1. Read the book again so that you pay attention to the aspects relevant to the perspective. Take notes.
  2. Collect material in the essay using a mind map or listing.
  3. Make a construction plan.
  4. Write the first version. Keep in mind that appropriate direct quotes will enliven your text and justify your conclusions.
  5. Edit based on possible feedback.
  6. Check your spelling.
  7. Give the essay a final title that points to the perspective. The title cannot be the title of the book!
  8. If you need, write the essay clean.