Simple High School Essay

Before your teen starts writing an essay they should make a quick plan of what they’re going to write about. Essay plans instantly give an essay structure, they prevent you from forgetting to include any important points, and they prevent you from losing your way as you write.An essay plan can be quickly scribbled in a margin, or the first page of an exam book that isn’t marked.At high school all essays should follow a simple formula.Your teen needs to learn this formula off by heart! Introduce the topic and briefly outline the points you’re going to make in your essay in the order you’re going to write about them.

E = Explanation: Explain what you said in your statement. Why did the setting reflect how the main character was feeling?

The detail that they list here means they don’t have to worry about forgetting anything important while they’re writing.

This depends on what situation the essay is being written in.

So the number one rule here is: stay until the end!

While it may seem like eternity to a high school student, exams aren’t actually that long. Many students go through a whole year at school and only do one or two practice essays (that they were forced to do).

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