Structure of the non-fiction essay

Structure of the non-fiction essay

how to write a nonfiction essay the first thing you do is you start reading you take notes as you go along you underline in your text and you try to understand it the best you can and then you look for this genre what kind of text is it where did it appear who wrote it who is the audience and how is it written how is it structured what kind of language is used and then you look for the theme what is the topic is there a certain theme and how does that theme come across to the reader how is it presented to the reader okay those are things that you look for while you read your essay before you start the writing the actual writing of the essay the next thing here written in blue is how the nonfiction is essay is to be structured it has to be structured with an introduction the body which is the main part of the chase and then a conclusion and what is important is you have to have a red thread running through the whole text and the introduction and the conclusion have to fit together so there’s like a circle structure between into an introduction body and conclusion your introduction is important this is where you can actually where you can try to attract the reader’s attention by telling the reader as much as possible about what the theme is of your essay you present the title and the author of the article or the articles that you are going to write about and when they were published where they were published and it’s a good idea when you do the introduction to use the pentagram the literary pentagram because all the fine points in the pentacle gives you good guidance to what to focus on what to look for and what to write about in your introduction and now to the body of the text normally it’s a good idea to put the body of the text in three parts and in part one it’s a good idea to use a tournament model as the method for analysis and then because that brings you directly into the writers opinions and the problems that are addressed in the text that you’re analyzing or and the text can be a speech as well and if it’s relevant then you say something about the writer also doesn’t matter who the writer is and which point of views are most important in what is being said and in part two in part two it’s a good idea to write about how the things are said what language is used what style is the article of the speech in their devices put the poetic devices that engage the reader and remember he wants you to use an analysis model how does the writer argument what language is used show elements that the author uses emphasize characteristics in the text and how they function in the text how they are relevant to the theme and how do how does the language function on the reader and remember you have to share the reader the evidence again so you you have to show quotations or references from the text that you are analyzing now in part 3 you can comment on your analysis in part 2 you can charge estimate discuss so you can use your analysis to judge the theme has the writer use good choices do you agree does the argumentation function is the structure good how good is the text in general does it taste obtain what it set out to do so here you can use how and why in your argumentation and then discuss if you are asked to discuss two points in the text and then you should explain why you think one is better than the other and now in the next page for the conclusion so this last page is about the conclusion in the conclusion use sum up and write what the most central analysis and comments are and then you look at the introduction again and make sure that you have made a certain structure that is n that the instruction and the conclusion fit together and that the whole body is is like a red thread with the theme as a connection and then what can you conclude in relation to the argumentation and then remember not to write I you have to be objective and that means you have to use quotes from the text that you’re analyzing as proof of your analysis and what you want to say so good luck on your writing

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