Category: Literature tutorial
Traditional-linear method Discovery-draft; or, directed free writing Reflective-writing; or, for experienced writer (OR FOR EMERGENCIES) Choose any of the 3 methods for writing essays depending on your personality. You can start implementing them into your workflow today! But, how do you know which one of these writing models is the right choice for you? First, […]
All credit for creating this style sheet belongs to Dr. Alan Bourassa. Please use this style sheet to avoid some common troubles. Only bottomless self-pity will permit you to imagine that these twenty-three items have the ability to impede your creative powers. On the contrary, attention to this list is likely to force you to think and write more clearly and precisely—which is, after all, the point.
The thesis is the core of your essay. Your thesis statement answers in a clear manner three important questions; What, How and So What? For clarity’s sake let’s write one sentence for each question.