Where to start?
Also, consider the following important points:
- Brainstorm a number of possible ideas for the essay, perhaps 3 or 4.
- Decide on the best choice and plan very carefully. (This is the most important stage when completing a coursework essay.)
- Outline of Events
- Possible dialogue
Drafting your essay
- The introduction must be strong. Consider the order of events. Will you start at the beginning or use "flashback"?
- Include descriptive passages to help set the scene.
- Add direct speech and reported speech, this adds interest and perspective.
- Remember to maintain your reader's interest e.g. set the scene carefully then build to a dramatic event.
- Try and leave your reader with a memorable conclusion. What did you learn from these events? What experience can you pass on in your essay? Is there a twist at the end?
Always remember to complete this carefully. Spelling, punctuation and grammar must be accurate. You should be able to give your assignment a title at this stage.
Your presentation must be excellent, and word-processing your essay would be a good idea.