Would You Take a Different Approach when Writing an Essay and a Dissertation or PhD Thesis?This is a very important issue and it's necessary to focus on the writing technique. What would be the technique of writing an essay or a thesis and how would it differ from writing laboratory report or any other type of report? Essay writing and thesis both require considerable focus. Thesis writing is more challenging and time-consuming simply because it is a more long-drawn process and for PhD researchers, thesis writing is at the core of their research process. Dissertation and PhD thesis writing being so important, it is necessary to study and understand how researchers can complete their theses and essays and whether they should follow different techniques for their different types of projects.
Writing an essay could be challenging to a first-time writer or researcher and especially for students who are not used to doing a lot of writing work. At school, writing is at the center of high grades and almost all courses require you to write and express your ideas in some sort of written form, either as essays, thesis or lab reports. Many students may not have the adequate writing skills to get the requisite grades at school and consequently require external help from essay writers, academic writing services, their own supervisors or other students and so on. Now, if you don't have the writing skills, how do you successfully pull off an essay quickly and easily without breaking a sweat? It is easy actually. Just follow the few steps.
First, get your resources, second, write a rough outline, third, refer back to your resources and fill in the outline. Looking up your sources and creating a rough outline is almost half the job done, so once you have these two processes complete, you are good to complete your oh-so difficult essay. The essay writing process is actually not so difficult, once you have crossed these two stages. Finding the resources is a technique in itself and for the search techniques, first look up the physical library and physical catalogs, if you have access to any. That is always recommended. Actually, going through physical books and physical reports is always an effective process as it helps you to read the content physically and analyze the content in a traditional or conventional manner. You can use your pen and paper to write down the points and create an outline, considering the references you have used for your essay or thesis.
So during the first stage you search your references, first by going to a physical library or use a search engine - Google or Bing and Scholarly resources in the library or online and the internet can be used to search for the right kind of sources for your thesis or essay/research paper. Locating the right kind of resources and references is the first step to writing a great essays. Once you have a reasonable number of resources, that's the right number of references for your paper, you should be able to create the outline for your paper. The minimum number of resources for your paper will be determined according to the number of words or the word count of your essay. So, let's say for a 1000 word essay, the recommended number of resources would be 10 and for a 10000 word essay, the recommended number of resources would be 100. Thus, if you have to write a 10000 word essay, go online, find your sources and use the search terms considering your research topic and then create a list of these resources. Once you have a list of resources, read up these resources and come up with a summary or outline to write your paper.
Thus identifying your resources is the first step towards writing a successful paper. Once the resources are identified and a major part of your job is done, you move on to the next stage of reading up your resources, creating a summary and an outline for your essay paper. Once the outline is done, you can simply read up the summary and fill in the outline to write the essay. So you see, the actual writing process is pretty easy. You simply have to create the outline and read the resources to write the summary and finally fill up the outline and write/edit and rewrite the entire paper to finally come up with a great essay.
The essay writing process, as you see is a three step "easy" writing process. You just have to remember the three stages and use the appropriate techniques. The three stages are find or locate resources, create an outline or summary and fill in the outline to create a full essay. Usually, if an essay is short, just 1000 words or less than 4000 words say, it is easy to write an essay really fast, in a few hours once you have the resources and once the resources are available and listed and you go through these resources, you will be able to memorize these points and create an outline. Once you have the outline of the essay, it is easy to read up the information in the reading material or resources provided to you, and complete the full essay. When the outline is done, your essay is half done, so you have all the resources available and the summary of the resources provides you with the information you need to fill in within your outline. Once that is done, you are all set to write your essay real fast.
So, you already learned the techniques of writing a great essay. Apart from the three stages of writing, your focus, attention and ability to integrate concepts would be at the core of the writing process. The same three stages applies when you are writing a thesis. You have to locate the resources, create the thesis outline which could be long or short and then collect your data and information to write the full thesis. The thesis writing is a more difficult process and involves additional steps of writing a literature review, so collecting significant number of resources and data. Apart from these steps, the essay writing techniques and thesis writing techniques would be rather similar. Now, follow these steps to write your own essay/thesis or get some help!