Part research manual, part study guide, and part introduction to the study of history, Essaying the Past guides the reader through the nuts and bolts of producing good historical prose, offering key strategies and useful tips. Includes expert advice on writing about history, conducting good research, and learning how to think analytically Covers important topics such as framing questions, developing a strong introduction and topic sentences, choosing good evidence, and the crucial role of revision An annotated case study takes the reader through one studentas process of writing an essay and illustrates how strategies discussed in the book can be successfully implemented Six appendices cover the major issues facing students today, such as the dangers of plagiarism and the role of the internetBodies. (I): The. Work. of. Topic. Sentences. - Inter- and intra-paragraph organization - Directing topic sentence traffic: double ... Arguments are the DNA, and in a good one they thread through the whole essay, right down to which word is chosen. ... To be sure, introductions and conclusions a what I call the frame ( more on this in chapter 14) a are composed of paragraphs, sometimes multiple ones.
|Title||:||Essaying the Past|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2011-09-13|