Scan through first and last paragraphs of books, articles and websites.
Mark the informative points relevant to the essay.
Select 1-2 most relevant articles and read them more thoroughly.
Try finding links between articles.
Write down 2-3 points, which you will mainly cover in your essay.
Answer the following questions in structuring the essay:
What will be the main topic of the essay?
What will be the primary objective of the essay?
Whether it will be a descriptive essay, compare & contrast essay, or any
other form of essay.
- Main Topic
- Purpose of the Essay
- Your position on the topic
- Supporting paragraph 1
- Supporting paragraph 2
- Supporting paragraph 3
- Conclude what others have written
- Summarize what you have found
- End with a final thought or statement
- Cite sources you have used in your essay
Highlight the main theme and objective in the first paragraph.
Inform your readers about what your perspective of the essay.
Following paragraphs should support the introductory paragraph.
THE WRITING PART
Leave some time for the cross-checking and proofreading part.
Add connecting lines between paragraphs to improve the coherency of the