When selecting a topic for your essay, you'll want to make sure your topic supports the type of paper you're expected to write.
If you're expected to produce a paper that is a general overview, then a general topic will suffice.
However, if you're expected to write a specific analysis, then you're topic should be fairly specific.
For example, lets assume the objective of your essay is to write an overview. However, if the objective or your essay is to write a specific analysis, then "RUSSIA" would be far too general a topic.
by Becton Loveless As you progress through school, you'll be required to write essays.
And the farther along in school you get, the more complex and demanding the essays will become.
The basic format for an essay is known as the five paragraph essay – but an essay may have as many paragraphs as needed. However, the essay itself consists of three sections: an introduction, a body and a conclusion.
Below we'll explore the basics of writing an essay.
Others like the rigid and logical structure of an outline.
Don't fret, once you get started, you can always change formats if the format you chose isn't working out for you.