Writing a Successful Descriptive Essay
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How to Write a Good Descriptive Essay
Writing a good descriptive essay is not as easy as it may seem. Apart from keeping in line with structural guidelines, you must make it interesting enough from the beginning, so the reader just can’t stop reading it until the very end. If you think you are not quite prepared for the job, here are some pieces of advice on writing this kind of essay.
First of all, there should be a preparation stage, which means gathering materials. Keep in mind that there is no use in finding everything that relates to your topic. Too much information can be a pickle sometimes. Just focus on the material that closely relates to the essay’s issue and can fully explain it. Look for online resources, video and audio materials (if applicable to the topic), write down some questions that should be answered in an essay. Depending on how you got this task, there are two options: either teacher gave you a list of literature or your textbook has a bibliographic list for you to study the topic. Look through the annotations and excerpts from all the books, magazines, and newspaper publications, and based on that information decide if you need to read the whole text. This will save you a lot of valuable time.
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Once you’ve accumulated enough materials, start processing it outlining the most useful parts.
Layout ideas that you want to express in your essay. Look closely at the illustrative material, so that your essay is original and interesting.
Once you are ready to write, remember that paper consists of three main parts – introduction, main section, and conclusion. Every new idea should be revealed in its own paragraph in the body.
Writing an Introduction
Successful introduction serves two purposes:
- Giving information, to help the reader understand what you are writing about,
- Hooking reader’s attention, so that, no matter what, they are interested enough to read your essay to the end.
It’s very important to make a statement that covers all the points that are going to be discussed in your writing. You can even use some quotes in order to catch your reader.
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Writing a Descriptive Thesis
Your thesis statement will look good if you meet the following requirements:
- Be brief and concise,
- Help reader get the main idea,
- Make it as easy to understand.
Writing a Good Conclusion
- Reveal how this situation influences you personally,
- Make a summary of all the given information,
- Write an explanation why the reader himself should care about what you have described in the essay.
Writing an Outline
- Revisit all the information that concerns the topic,
- Make sure it looks like one entity,
- Check if all the parts of your essay have a logical connection between them.
To describe something effectively, it is advisable to use a vivid style of storytelling. Paint the whole colorful picture for the reader. Use different illustrative example: the more sensory organs of the reader you can activate, the better they will understand what you are trying to convey. For example, if you are writing about your trip to see, use more adjectives and adverbs, so the reader feels the breeze and hears the waves.
Finally, remember, every writing has its target audience, so you should determine yours and write in the style that suits them most.