Essay Writing Collection

Essay Writing Collection

A series of posts dedicated to exploring the intricacies of essay writing and how to approach them. Essays require you to do many things simultaneously as you synthesise crucial information in an evaluative and analytical way whilst offering nuance in meaning. It can be complex. Use these guides to help demystify some of these areas and develop your essay writing skills.

Essay Writing: How to Write an Effective Conclusion

Essay Writing: How to Write an Effective Conclusion

Introductions and conclusions can be difficult to write, but they are worth investing time in. They can have a significant influence on a reader’s experience of your paper and they are often the final remarks your examiner will read before making a decision on how well you have met the criteria of the exam or assignment. Just as [...]

Written Analysis: What, How and Why Questions

Applying graphic organisers to flow chart to learning: breaking down the components of analysis to make it easier to comprehend and the put into action. Follow each part step-by-step to create effective analytical writing. Inspired by graphic organiser from @XpatEducator

Essay Writing: Making Word Word for You

Essay Writing: Making Word Word for You

Making Word work for you Finding key words: CTRL-F is a really useful shortcut to find specific phrases in your essays and other work. You can search for particular words you need to upgrade or phrases to search much more quickly through the content. This works for internet browsers and PDFs documents as well. Taking [...]

Essay Writing: References and Bibliography

Essay Writing: References and Bibliography

References When writing a longer essay for A-level which deals with multiple texts it is important to reference your quotations. This will help with the fluidity of your writing as you will not need to consistently re-introduce texts as you move between your sources and primary material. To do so in Microsoft Word, select the [...]

William Blake: ‘Holy Thursday’ Innocence

William Blake: ‘Holy Thursday’ Innocence

A compendium of useful links, exemplar material, resources and home learning: William Blake: 'Holy Thursday' Innocence Annotated Poem Radio 4 Podcast: In Our Time 'Songs of Innocence and Experience' GetRevising: Criticisms for William Blake GetRevising: William Blake's Songs of Innocence and Experience notes

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