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DifferentTypes Of Essays• Admission Essay• Literary Essay• Compare and Contrast Essay• Scholarship Essay• Research Essay• ...
Admission EssayThis is the type of essay you may needto write after you graduate fromhigh school. An admission essay is at...
Literary EssayThis type of essay is thought to be oneof the most challenging of all.Literary essays are used to analyzespe...
Compare and ContrastEssayThis type of essay is used byindividuals that wish to show thedifferences or similarities between...
Scholarship EssayThis type of essay is an essay thathopefully partners up with theadmission essay. It is usually used inco...
Research EssayThis essay is usually dreaded bystudents from junior high school tocollege. The research essay is a veryform...
Position EssayThis essay is not quite as hard as aresearch essay, but it may requireone to read another’s findings fromthe...
Informal EssayThis essay is, surprisingly enough, notformal. In this essay the individual iswriting, but the writing sound...
Expository EssaySee Video:Quit
Process EssayThis essay may also be quite informal.The reason being is because thewriter is explaining how a task isdone, ...
Author’s SlideThe author, M.Daniyal Munir, is fromHaripur, Pakistan. He is currently astudent at Comsats AbbottabadUnivers...
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  1. 1. The Different TypesThe Different TypesOf EssaysOf EssaysAn Interactive Presentation by:An Interactive Presentation by:Muhammad Daniyal MunirMuhammad Daniyal Munir
  2. 2. DifferentTypes Of Essays• Admission Essay• Literary Essay• Compare and Contrast Essay• Scholarship Essay• Research Essay• Position Essay• Informal Essay• Expository Essay• Process Essay• Author’s Slide• Resources• Concept MapQuit• Admission Essay• Literary Essay• Compare and Contrast Essay• Scholarship Essay• Research Essay• Position Essay• Informal Essay• Expository Essay• Process Essay• Author’s Slide• Resources• Concept Map
  3. 3. Admission EssayThis is the type of essay you may needto write after you graduate fromhigh school. An admission essay is atype of persuasive essay. It is usedby college students in an attempt toconvince the dean of admissions thatthey are “right” for their school.Quit
  4. 4. Literary EssayThis type of essay is thought to be oneof the most challenging of all.Literary essays are used to analyzespecific parts of a book or poem inorder to show the “deeper meaning” aperson has found in the book.Quit
  5. 5. Compare and ContrastEssayThis type of essay is used byindividuals that wish to show thedifferences or similarities betweentwo or several things (books, people,shapes, etc.).Quit
  6. 6. Scholarship EssayThis type of essay is an essay thathopefully partners up with theadmission essay. It is usually used incontests in order to help the winnerfund their education.Quit
  7. 7. Research EssayThis essay is usually dreaded bystudents from junior high school tocollege. The research essay is a veryformal essay that requires theindividual to do rigorous researchabout a topic and right a factualessay about it.Quit
  8. 8. Position EssayThis essay is not quite as hard as aresearch essay, but it may requireone to read another’s findings fromtheir research. After reading thefindings the individual should writean essay expressing their position inthe findings whether it is inagreement or not.Quit
  9. 9. Informal EssayThis essay is, surprisingly enough, notformal. In this essay the individual iswriting, but the writing sounds morelike a conversation between thereader and the writer. The structureis more “loose” than a research essay.Quit
  10. 10. Expository EssaySee Video:Quit
  11. 11. Process EssayThis essay may also be quite informal.The reason being is because thewriter is explaining how a task isdone, step by step, to their readers.Quit
  12. 12. Author’s SlideThe author, M.Daniyal Munir, is fromHaripur, Pakistan. He is currently astudent at Comsats AbbottabadUniversity majoring in English with anemphasis on Secondary Education; hisminor is Business Education.Quit
  13. 13. Concept MapTheDifferentTypes ofAcademicEssays(title slide)(sound clip)Main SlideAdmissionEssayLiterary EssayScholarshipEssayResearch Essay Position Essay Informal EssayAuthor’s Slide(my pic w/link toe-mail)Resources Concept MapCompare &ContrastEssayQuitExpositoryEssay(video)ProcessEssayQuit

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