Sentence 4: More analysis. Sentence 5: Quote- Quotes from credible sources can be powerful, but should be used sparingly, otherwise your own words will be drowned out and the paper will be little more than cut and paste plagiarism.
Find a quote that says something similar to your analysis and use it as support for your ideas. Do not let it replace your ideas or be the springboard for them. This basic framework for a body paragraph makes it easy to plug in your sentences.
You must be careful to provide plenty of your own thoughts and ideas, and use quotes to compliment them. Facts support your ideas and quotes compliment them. Remember that. Conclusion The conclusion of your paragraph needs to restate all your previous ideas. Summarize your paper basically, avoiding repetitive phrases and already stated facts or ideas. Mention your subtopics again and reaffirm how they support your overarching topic.
Run briskly and breathe deeply. On your return, drink some water and eat a light snack. Get back to work. You can write this paper, and you will. Now you can start editing and revising. Organizing your thoughts. Order your topics into a logical sequence, but don't get too caught up in this. You'll be able to rearrange the sections of your paper later.
Take your first set of cards and write all you can about that specific topic. Try to use up three pages of writing. Move on to the next topic. Again, try to use three pages to elaborate on that topic. Don't worry about making this section flow from the first one. You are just writing about individual topics at this time. Creating transitions. I usually waited until the last minute. Stated " Mr. But I did have to write some major computer code!
I did a team project once with 3 other people The other 3 totally slacked off. So we pulled an all-nighter in the computer lab the night before it was due, and since I'd finished and unit tested my parts of the code, I got the unenviable task of writing the documentation.
Everyone procrastinates just like me. Unfortunately, when I did, I never received the A's that you have. That's the great-psychology-weed-out-class. I didnt even sit in front of my computer all day long, i went out and did things I normally do on weekends while managing to get my work done. I just got my grade back today and I made an TWO points from an A :mad: But hey, i should be grateful considering it wasnt my best work and i should have researched more and taken my time in writing the essays!
I would say i wont ever do it again, but i know i would if i had to. And I ate an entire bag of Hershey Kisses while I typed I think I needed the endorphine release! I actually got an A on that paper. Before You Start Determine your topic. If you are allowed to choose it at this point, pick the one you are most familiar with, or one that is rich in accessible material. Break the topic into 3 to 5 sections, each being something you consider interesting to discuss. This way, you will have to write several two- or three-page papers instead of a single long one.
Make a brief outline of what you have to say. At the next stage, you will simply elaborate on these points. The Writing Process Begin with a thesis statement. Make your introduction long and detailed.
The long paper assignment, though, can scare students into total brain freeze. Plug in your topic followed by your subtopic keywords. She lectures and writes about study skills. If you use a quote or fact from the web, follow it with an in text citation if your college uses footnotes, use those instead. She had been there the previous summer.
Break the topic into 3 to 5 sections, each being something you consider interesting to discuss. Now, compile your bibliography- collect all your sources, format them properly and quickly using easybib.
I believe it was the Sunday New York Times. Again, try to use three pages to elaborate on that topic. She had been there the previous summer. Writing a page essay overnight is nothing supernatural. Make a brief outline of what you have to say.
Such attempts are too obvious and are generally frowned upon. You have a rough draft! About 20 pages on the marketing, management, and financial aspects of Sprint. Shore up any weak arguments with a quick sentence containing a source or with more analysis or argument. Continue Reading. She withdrew from the course the next day the paper was a HUGE portion of her class grade.
Include a few sentences about each sub-topic you will discuss below. Get back to work. Stay on the first three pages and peruse carefully.
I think she was too tired to freak out. Give each section a spaced heading. Compose your bibliography on the go. Sentence 5: Quote- Quotes from credible sources can be powerful, but should be used sparingly, otherwise your own words will be drowned out and the paper will be little more than cut and paste plagiarism. Topic-specific research.