Starting an essay is one of the most difficult tasks for a college …show more content…
In my own writing, I incorporate textual evidence seamlessly into my essay. This allows the reader to read over the textual evidence without being distracted by the quote. I have found that using textual evidence within my writing helps readers better understand the point I was attempting to get across.
To help readers develop a strong understanding and opinion from an essay, it is imperative that strong details are used throughout the entire writing. If an essay is missing details, readers will become confused and they won’t have sufficient information to make a decision on the issue written about. I have found that when using strong details, readers become more engaged and entertained with the reading since they have sufficient knowledge about the entire issue.
The most important part of an essay is the introduction. Without a strong introduction to pull readers in, the writing won’t create any excitement or interest. Though I do find it difficult to craft the first few words, beginning an essay with a quote, personal experience, or question is something I do in all of my introductions. It helps readers become interested and curious about what has been written about. If an essay has a strong introduction, readers will begin reading and won’t