Structuring your assignment Use your concept map or plan Write your assignment using your map or plan to guide you.
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One form of coherence is coherence within a paragraph. To achieve this you need to learn how to structure a paragraph with a topic sentence and to develop that sentence through the appropriate use of explanations and examples.
IELTS Writing Task 2 requires you to write an academic-style essay on a common topic. You have 40 minutes to write at least words. Task 2 can be broken down and thought about more easily in 5 . Academic Writing.
By Rosemary Jones. Looking at the big picture. Academic writing is based on analysis - the process of breaking down ideas - to increase one's understanding. Using English for Academic Purposes For Students in Higher Education.
Academic Writing. Andy Gillett. Instruction. Now follow this link A short narrative text to a short piece of creative writing about a student.
The first time you read it, try to think of a title for the piece. Then read the text again and colour-code the words and phrases that create cohesion in the 6 different ways, in 6 different colours.