(This is the British edition of this book) What will your essay's central message be? How will your material fit together? Will your case be coherent and convincing? How will your assignment draw to a close? University students who can't answer these questions will struggle to make a start when they sit down to draft an essay; deciding what to write will be difficult without knowing the general direction of the work. So how can they make progress? Students need some way to sketch out a plan for their essay, which they can then adjust and improve before the first draft is written. qQuickly Outline Your Essayq shows how the course of an entire assignment can be rapidly plotted using a free, easy to use computer app... Map out the essay's structure as a series of bullet points Add, delete a rearrange items until the outline describes a well-constructed assignment which progresses logically Group related material together under shared headings Include helpful notes or 'to-do' lists for unfinished parts The book is illustrated with many screenshots and contains practical advice to keep students moving forward.(This is the British edition of this book) What will your essaya#39;s central message be?
|Title||:||Quickly Outline Your Essay|
|Author||:||John Richard Henderson|
|Publisher||:||CreateSpace - 2014-08-01|