Writing an essay can be difficult at the best of times and it can be particularly trying if you want to write an essay on a subject that isn’t widely covered as a topic for essay writing. The environment is important to all of us and it is a subject that you must be able to tackle if you want to properly study geography or climate change. To be able to properly understand the environment; how we affect it; how to combat our effects upon it and to write about it, is a skill that is in high demand.
Yet understanding how exactly to approach this complex subject and write about it in an essay can be tricky. You may know a great deal about the environment but not be entirely sure how to approach it and create a persuasive argument that will get you a good grade for your essay. Don’t worry, this article will set out how you should write an environment essay that will be effective and convincing.
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When writing any sort of essay, including an environment essay, it is important to think about the introduction. The introduction to almost all essays are the same – the main aim of your introduction is to set out what your question is and what your response is o the proposition put by the question. Your introduction must introduce your argument relating to the question in a subtle way and not go into too much detail – the whole point of the introduction is to introduce what you want to say, not to say it all in one go. For instance if your question was “What has the impact of big business been on the environment?” then you could argue that humans have had a clear impact on the environment and that big business is the main reason for this – you would only briefly outline your assertion as the rest of the essay would provide the evidence to back up your argument. This ensures that your introduction encapsulates the main thrust of your argument without attempting to write your essay in a shortened form beforehand.
Now it’s time to move onto your central argument. Unlike your introduction, your central argument needs to be planned to make sure that it is as precise and detailed as it can possibly be. This is what will constitute the main bulk of your essay and you must make sure that it is consistent and thoroughly well thought out. If you are lacking in evidence or are attempting to put forward an argument that does not have enough academic credence to it then you are likely to lose marks on what would otherwise be a good essay – you must try to focus on supporting your argument at all times.
Once you have written the main body of your essay it is time to come onto the conclusion. Like the introduction, the conclusion does not need as much careful thought as it should follow the standard for most conclusions. Don’t try to veer off from the standard conclusion as this could result in you losing marks that you would otherwise have got. Your conclusion must sum up your argument and link back to your introduction. It should reference some of the most convincing points that you’ve raised in the main body of your essay to sum up your argument and demonstrate that your essay is a clear and cohesive whole.
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