The correct structure of the essay as a key to successful work
The explanatory dictionary defines the concept of "essay" asA small work related to the prose genre and not limited to a strict literary form. The structure of the essay can be different, but the goal remains the same: to express the author's views on a specific question, to fix his views on this or that problem. The essay does not in any way claim to be an exhaustive, scientifically accurate presentation of the topic. It is to these features that the structure of essay writing follows.
This means that all the thoughts that want to statein his composition the author, should be stated in the form of short theses. We remind you that the thesis is the author's proposition, which must necessarily be confirmed by detailed arguments. To put it more simply, it can be said that the thesis is a very brief exposition of a more voluminous work (for example, a report or an abstract).
The structure of the essay implies that immediately after the thesis expressing the main idea, the argument should follow. And it is better, if each thought expressed in theses, will be supported by two arguments.
Arguments are facts, evidence taken from life, scientific works, own research, etc.
The structure of the essay also implies that the works of this genre necessarily have an introduction and a conclusion. The first means the problem, the second sums up everything that is said in the work.
Naturally, each thesis and each of its proofs must start with a red line, and the thoughts presented are formed into complete paragraphs that are logically related to each other.
Thus, the structure of the essay depicted graphically will look like this:
- Introduction, the theme of the essay.
- Thesis 1.
- Proof 1, proof 2.
- Thesis 2.
- Proof 3, proof 4.
- The conclusion.
A characteristic feature of the essay is the language. The text of this kind of work must be expressive, expressive, emotional. However, we must also remember another subtlety - the text should convey the psychological characteristics of the writer's personality, so do not be too zealous with the use of unnecessarily colorful artistic means, if this author is completely alien. His thoughts in the essay are best conveyed with the help of short, clear sentences, different in emotional color and purpose of the utterance.
Several other requirements are required for an MBA essay. Usually a topic for such work is offered by a teacher. Even a self-selected topic should be necessarily coordinated with it.
The main thing in this essay is to show your own,different from other vision problems. This means that arguments from the scientific literature or well-known facts in such a work can (even be necessary) not be used. The main thing is to show your attitude to the problem, to find your own author's style, easy, intelligible, but convincing syllable. Essays, regardless of the topic, should be easy to read, be understandable in content and very convincing. An essay for this purpose can be written in a historical-biographical, fictional, philosophical or scientific-popular style.