Writing On A Problem You've Solved Or A Problem You'd Like To Solve

Everyone is forced to deal with specific questions, problems or experiences, to make a decision between alternatives, to reach an agreement on disputes, to think about situations and to be clear about facts and to take a personal stand. Discussing is called the consideration, comparison, and weighing, which precedes a judgment, a decision. The purpose of the discussion is to clarify issues, settings, opinions, judgments, to make decisions, criticism to practice. The basic prerequisites for each discussion are good knowledge and a well-founded argument. To argue is to justify and prove the opinions. The introduction has great importance in the problem-solving. It is intended to captivate the reader's attention and animate him for further reading without anticipating the main arguments or aspects of the main part. The introduction should be tight and must be based on restrictions.

The paper is much better read when it is clearly and comprehensibly structured in terms of form and content. The basic structure is in any case introduction, main part, conclusion. In the main part, the processing of individual tasks and / or topics must take place in clearly separated blocks, which, if possible, are connected with transitions. Paragraphs increase the clarity. Many teachers do not want the paragraphs to be headings. Anyone who has difficulties with the paragraphs gives headings with pencil and then erases them before delivery. The introduction leads to the topic. The introductory section contains information on the author, but not the final opinion. Very well comes when the introduction formulates a question / a basic problem, which is then answered in the main part.

The conclusion draws some conclusion on the topic. Thoughts from the main part are taken up. It is very good, if the question from the introduction can be answered. Also for the blocks of the main part (for example to subordinate tasks) the teacher has certain expectations. Here, you present what is useful (knowledge of the contents / interpretative approaches of a reading, ability arguments to discuss). In any case, it is also important that there is a clear reference to the respective subpoints. In a section with the (invisible) heading one will only deal with it for a long time if it serves to answer the question. You will get a good grade if you stick to the points above. If possible, each sentence should have a meaning for the associated section. Pay attention to a clear separation of the introduction, the main part and the end!

Between the individual arguments, it is important that you switch over in various ways and do not always use "another reason, another advantage" or similar. Even if you do not immediately think of enough arguments, do not be discouraged. If necessary, you can split a single argument again. Before you start writing, take the time to write a detailed collection of materials. This makes it easier for you to write, because you do not have to think about arguments or examples. It also helps your discussion get a clear structure.

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