So you have to write a philosophy essay, you feel fairly passionate about a particular view, and you really want a good grade. Alternatively, you may just not be sure of what you are supposed to argue. Besides, these guys have been doing it for...
Context helps. Offering counterargument and rebuttal does much to assert context. Doing so also helps build a writer's ethos--which is a good thing for writers to do.
Ethos relates to a person's credibility. Read some ethos examples and learn how to use the ethical appeal.
Easy and fun lesson for learning how to use evidence in an essay. Complete lesson plan and examples for high school or college class.
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Even the best high school and college students struggle with writing effective sentences. Knowing how to correctly write simple and compound sentences can eliminate confusion over commas---and keep those grades high!
Write reviews to develop the two most important skills an author needs to develop and build an online author platform at the same time.
A hub that offers a quick and easy way to write summaries for students who have homework to do or adults who have job related tasks. The answer is to include the 5 w's: who, what, when, where and why.
Don't you just hate it when your teacher assigns an essay, but gives very few detailed instructions on exactly what he or she wants? This article provides some helpful tips for getting started on writing a great essay, not matter how vague the assignment is.
How to Write an Essay? Learn the basic techniques of structuring the skeleton of your essay in a limited time.