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افتراضي Essay writing techniques-3
قديم بتاريخ : 09-05-2015 الساعة : 11:34 AM

Develop your essay writing
This guide looks at ways you can develop your essay writing practices, including:
• Good academic writing style
• Integrating evidence and your own ideas
• Critical analysis
• Editing and proof reading
Printable version of this guide (this is designed to be printed double-sided on A4 paper, then folded to make an A5 leaflet).
Academic writing style
Academic essays should be written in a formal style. Avoid:
• clichés ("the flaws in this argument stand out like a sore thumb")
• contractions ("don't", "aren't", "it's")
• phrases that sound like speech ("well, this bit is really fascinating")
• subjective descriptions ("this beautiful sculpture")
Use the first person "I" only where appropriate (e.g. when writing up your own experience or professional case study). Where possible use the third person, for example "It can be argued"instead of "I think"Use plain language - you don't have to search for a more "academic-sounding" word when a simple one will do. Markers are looking for clear and accurate expression of ideas, not jargon or confusing language. Shorter sentences are usually clearer than long complex ones, but make sure it is a whole sentence and not just a clause or phrase. (See our guides on Academic writing for more advice on this.)
Integrating evidence and your own ideas
Your argument is your reasoned answer to the essay question, supported by evidence. The books, articles, and research material that you read for your essay provide this evidence to back up your points. The way in which you select and interpret the evidence, and explain why it answers the question, is where you demonstrate your own thinking.For each point that you make in your essay, you need to support it with evidence. There are many different kinds of evidence, and the type you use will depend on what is suitable for your subject and what the essay question is asking you to do.
For example, you might back up a point using a theory (one kind of evidence) then show how this theory applies to a specific example in real life (another kind of evidence).
A model for a paragraph that includes evidence and your own ideas:
1. Introduce your point (your own words)
2. Add the evidence to support your point (quoted or paraphrased evidence that needs to be referenced)
3. Explain how and why this evidence supports your point and what you think of it (your own interpretation and critical thinking)
4. Explain how the point helps answer the question (your own argument)

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