Structure and outline of the essay

The structure of the essay is determined by the requirements for it:

the thoughts of the author of the essay on the problem are presented in the form of short theses (T).
the idea must be supported by evidence – so the thesis is followed by arguments (A).
Arguments are facts, phenomena of social life, events, life situations and life experience, scientific evidence, references to the opinion of scientists, etc.it is Better to give two arguments in favor of each thesis: one argument seems unconvincing, three arguments can “overload” the presentation made in the genre focused on brevity and imagery.

Thus, the essay acquires
a circular structure (the number of theses and arguments depends on the topic, the chosen plan, the logic of the development of thought):

  • entry
  • thesis, arguments
  • thesis, arguments
  • thesis, arguments
  • conclusion.

When writing an essay, it is also important to consider the following points:

Introduction and conclusion should focus on the problem (in the introduction it is put in conclusion – summarizes the author’s opinion).
It is necessary to select paragraphs, red

lines, the establishment of a logical connection of paragraphs: this achieves the integrity of the work.
Style of presentation: the essay is characterized by emotionality, expressiveness, artistry. Experts believe that proper effect provide short, simple, varied according to the tone of the proposal, the skillful use of “most modern” punctuation – dashes. However, the style reflects the characteristics of the individual, it is also useful to remember.