Reflection Of Writing: An Analysis Of The Aspects Of Good Writing

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The Final Chapter In order to make a well written and interesting paper, you must first look at and take in all the aspects of good writing and apply them. For starters, the author must be well versed in all his vocabulary, his point well stated, and his paper flowing and impactful. One must know their audience and entertain them whilst also having a well thought out argument that can be ridiculed and still stand on its own. Written pieces must hold a few quintessential values as well, such as; good writing form, well written and clear cut arguments, a flow of words through the paper, and a small amount of catering to their general audience. The author must know and understand the audience that their piece will be read by. If an author does …show more content…
Without this order and focus, the paper quickly degrades into a bad piece of writing. The reader will also get confused as to where the paper is going and therefore most likely cease reading it. To combat this the author must take all the steps necessary to ensure they stay ahead of the reader or ahead of their expectations especially organization-wise. This includes making sure the paper is consistent with its style through and through. If a paper is inconsistent, then it makes no sense, there’s no order to it. However, if a paper is well organized and sticks to its style then the reader will have a much easier time with the piece and therefore deem it to be an adequate piece of writing. Some effective writing I’ve produced would be an essay from this year. In my essay about Eveline’s choice, I tried to include some good aspects of writing. Unfortunately, I didn’t implement them to the extent that I thought I did. Regardless, there are still some examples I can pull from this piece. I firstly looked to improve my transitions, they’re extremely rocky except for this one, which is mediocre. “...This means she made the right choice of staying …show more content…
The paper is straight forward and to the point. The facts are there with explanations as to how or why something happened either proceeding the statement or immediately after. For example, “Hitler was originally told to infiltrate the DAP to see what they were up to. Instead, while attending one of their meetings as a guest, got into an argument with another member and disproved him. This earned him respect from the leader, Drexel. He was invited to join the party, becoming member 55.” The paper is made up of a majority of these kinds of excerpts. Straight forward and to the point. The paper also uses adequate grammar and word choice. The paper is supposed to be a rather simple outline of a much larger presentation so the structure was not completely taken into consideration. Other than that this piece is definitely one I would use to highlight some key examples of knowing your audience. In the previous example, Socialism in Germany, my audience is obviously someone looking for a straight-to-the-point explanation. This makes sense considering the paper is just supposed to be a slight

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