Book: Essay 101 - The Solution to all Nigerian and International Essay Contest by Stanley I. Kalucategories: Book, Essay Contest, Essay Body, Essay Introduction, Essay Conclusion, Writing Thesis, Writing Paragraph, Essay Competition, International Essay, How To Write, Essay, Essay Writing
Stanley I. Kaluabout this book: Every winner of essay writing contest is an experienced ex-looser who knows many ways of failing essay writing contest. He also has the secret strategies for an award winning essay. As an award winner of the prestigious Nigerian Stock Exchange Essay Competition after many years of trials and having trained many students across territories with outstanding professional essay contest strategies, here lies how to present an award winning essay.
As a rule, begin each paragraph of an essay with a statement which explains the general drift of what is to follow. As you close the paragraph, try to think ahead to the next one. Ideally, you want the last sentence of the first paragraph to suggest the first sentence of the next. Sounds easy, doesn't it? Well, it's not. "Essay 101 - The Solution to all Nigerian and International Essay Contest" will guide you on how to achieve that. And it is perhaps the logical structure of an essay which causes the most amounts of problems.
There's no mystery about essay writing. I always try to remind students that essay writing is a very logical and sensible method of communicating ideas and information which are arranged in paragraphs.
Each paragraph you write follows the same pattern:
In topic sentence: Restate more fully the main point you're making in each paragraph.
In the body of the Essay: Go into more detail if necessary to make sure your point is fully understood.
In conclusion: Explain the relevance of the point to the questions and to your argument. You can state some consequence or results, emerging from the point made.
You should note that every paragraph in the body of your essay follows the same pattern. Always provide a lead into the next paragraph so that your essay flows from point to point and doesn't leap all the place like a mad woman's knitting! You don't want your ideas to appear as if they've just occurred to you. Your essay writing must be polished.
For details on how to present an award winning essay to all your local and international essay writing contest in all countries of the world, get "Essay 101 - The Solution to all Nigerian and International Essay Contest".
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