Television, books and the media offer up an image of being a student that is all about excitement and new experiences. In fact, the would be student often envisages that they will spend all their time at parties or discussing politics with other students. In reality, you have to write lots of essays. It wouldn’t be so bad if you could just offer in any old rubbish but you can’t, not if you want an impressive degree or great A level results. You have to write essays that impress. Okay, so how do essay examples help?
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Anyone who has ever studied any form of Creative Writing will know that “show don’t tell” is said so many times that it has become a cliché. However, it is a very useful piece of advice both in demonstrating how to write a piece of fiction but also in any teaching area. This applies both to other people teaching you and also semi self-teaching. In this article, you will be reading about how examples can help you with your essay writing using semi self-teaching.
Semi self-teaching is a skill that you can use over and over with essay writing once you have discovered how to do it. Let’s imagine that you are studying female writers of the 18th century and you have an essay question that is: “Discuss one or more women writer’s responses to their treatment by men.” If you are stressed because you have too much work to do or you simply cannot quite grasp how you will write the essay, the best way forward is to read as many essays as you can find on similar topics. This will demonstrate to you how you might answer the question that you have been given. However, although reading lots of essays will help you to a certain extent, it can be a passive exercise. The problem with passive exercises is that often they do not teach us much so how do you rectify this?
The best way to get the most out of reading examples is to deconstruct them so that you can see how the writer has answered the question.
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