The most difficult part in the Academic Competition is "Writing".
We never know what we will be asked to write, It could be an essay, a story, an article or whatever else. We have to stick to the style and do our best.
Today we talk about Essay writing.
Step 1: Listening to the lecture.
Step 2: Read and mark a given essay.
Step 3: Write your essay and send to firstname.lastname@example.org. Later I will discuss every essay with every student.
Some academic assignments ask for a ‘report’, rather than an essay, and students are often confused about what that really means. Confusion often arises about the writing style, what to include, the language to use, the length of the document and other factors.
What is a Report?
Essentially, a report is a short, sharp, concise document which is written for a particular purpose and audience. It generally sets outs and analyses a situation or problem, often making recommendations for future action. It is a factual paper, and needs to be clear and well-structured.
Requirements for the precise form and content of a report will vary between organisation and departments and in study between courses, from tutor to tutor, as well as between subjects, so it’s worth finding out if there are any specific guidelines before you start.
Reports may contain some or all of the following elements:
Letter of complaint