Practical Guide: How To Make A Scientific Essay Easy

A scientific essay is a relatively brief writing, dedicated to a specific topic that implies its deepening, discernment, and synthesis. The author expresses his idea or point of view from an objective information collected and presented previously. In a simpler way, it is a writing in which the author exposes his ideas in an organized way or a composition where the author exposes his personal interpretation on a particular topic.

First, it has thematic freedom

A scientific essay can treat any aspect. In our case, any scientific issue.
The content, therefore, can be very varied but always emphasizing its originality. That is to say, it can be a subject already treated by other authors, but with its own content, unpublished. Writing a college essay can be time wasting but don’t worry since you’re in the digital era. Do not forget about the online services that offer you college essays to buy from them to save your time and energy.

Second, you must follow a predetermined structure

Title: is the header of the text. It has to be striking, and at the same time orientation, to indicate which aspects/topic is going to be treated in your scientific essay.

Approach/thesis: can have various forms, depending on the purpose of the trial. – If we seek to test a new hypothesis or refute an existing one.
– If we simply want to comment or explain an existing problem.
– Or if we want to propose a new conjecture.

It is of obligatory use since otherwise, the superstructure of the trial would be damaged.

Development of the tested idea: its purpose is to give the pertinent explanations, for the fulfillment of the thesis.
– For this, extensive argumentative paragraphs are used (each one has an idea within the essay).
– Transition paragraphs (between argumentative paragraphs). This serves as a  connection or recapitulation of ideas, linguistic connectors, and concrete examples / bibliographical references.

Conclusion: with it, we define the deductive test (if we use it to highlight the thesis, which has already been discussed and argued before). Also has the inductive test (if we use it for, following the thesis or initial approach, and later argumentation to affirm a new thesis).

In the third place, it is essential to provide, in the end, all the bibliographic information that has been used

So…what are the steps to follow?

Choose a topic that you understand, or for whatever reason, you want to develop and make a preliminary outline of the main ideas.
Value the goal you want to achieve and the point of view you want to adopt.

Use an adequate and objective bibliography, so that with information for and against the chosen topic, you can make an argument as rigorous as possible.

Start writing!

Adapt to the classic format of the tests, in terms of structure and parts. It should use a correct vocabulary, precise, but at the same time close to the reader. It does not have to be a professional of the subject.
Use linguistic connectors of all kinds: spatial-temporal, causal, ordering, etc.

Avoid unnecessary digressions and ambiguities in argumentation. Think that to explain a reality, it is not necessary to go far from it. Use relevant examples, and explain what you want to say. Do not stay short, but do not go too far. Everything in its proper measure!

Check the external correction several times: grammar, spelling, and presentation.
Check also the internal correction of the text: impact/novelty of ideas, the coherence of the same, logical sequence, and conductive thread of the exhibition.

Last but not least

Be true to your personal style to provide the essay with that main character of originality, and innovation.

Moreover, technology has played a major role in education by providing online help. Nowaday’s experts write essays and teach English online to enhance their expertise.

Hopefully, the above explanations can be satisfying and helpful to you.

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Positive Words Research – Practical Guide: How To Make A Scientific Essay

Practice Your Spelling by Kari Erkkila: Inspiring Words

The idea that words have power is still new to me. I have loved playing with words to tell stories and make rhymes since I was a young girl, but it wasn’t until recently that I started to realize that words have power.  I shouldn’t be surprised. I learned in Sunday School, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” (John 1:1).  Words are the foundation of our reality. Everything we see in the world is a manifestation of a thought, and thoughts are made up of words. If we choose positive words, then we can create a positive world. It’s that simple.

When I came across the list from Positive Word Research, I started brainstorming all the different ways I could use the words. The first idea was inspired by the water experiment by Dr. Emoto. He discovered that consciousness can affect the molecular structure of water. Water infused with positive intention formed beautiful crystalline forms when frozen.

I started by selecting a few words from the list and writing them on a post-it note. I would stick the word on a mason jar full of water and put it out on the deck so the sun could infuse the energy of the word into the water.  I would drink the blessed water and let the positive energy electrify my veins.

Then, one evening I was sipping my infused water as I relaxed at the kitchen counter. My doodle pad, Sharpie, and word-list happen to be right next to me. I picked up the pen and started writing the words in alphabetical order. What happened next was amazing. I got in a groove and just started writing. I started playing with each word as an individual art form. I copied each word in different styles and flourishes.  It made me appreciate the nuances of each word, as if each word had it’s own flavor. I would visualize the quality of each word, and feel the feeling that each word evoked as the pen scrolled across the paper. The words became me.

God Love

It shouldn’t surprise me. Our stores are filled with adult coloring books and markers. Social media is full of articles on the meditative practice of coloring. But I found something different about doodling the words. Maybe it is because words access a different part of our brain than coloring does. Maybe it is because it is so simple, you can   do it anywhere. (All you need is a blank paper, a pen, and words. No need to tote around a hefty book, or box of colored pencils.)  Or maybe it is because the words truly do have power. And with each stroke of the pen, I am infusing my spirit with the essence of each word I write. There is something so soothing, so therapeutic, and yet so simple about just sitting down and writing the words. As a writer,  I also noticed that it is a nice break to relax and pluck the words directly from the word list. No need to stretch my brain for words.  They are already there for me to draw from. Each word is it’s own vessel of positivity.

As I write this, it feels like the words are magic. And in fact they are. A magic “spell” is the very act of using words to manifest a desire. It’s inherent in the actual word, “spell” as in to spell a word or cast a spell.  So by  “spelling” these positive words, we are casting our own positive spells. It gives new meaning to the idea of spelling practice.

I am still exploring ways to use the fabulous words found in this treasury. (Did you notice how I tried to infuse the above sentence with more positive words? Another fun way to use the word-list in everyday interactions!)

Infusing our life with a bevy of positive words, can only help us to create a positive world. I am going to call this art, “spelling practice.”  By using these words in our journals, in our conversation, in our thoughts, we are building our positivity muscles. And the more we continue to practice, the more we are infusing the world with our positive energies. The world can’t help but become a better place. Let us start practicing our spelling, and cast spells of love! Namaste.

—  Kari Erkkila

Kari Erkkila is an explorer of the world, and enjoying the process of discovering the powerful impact positive words can make in our lives. Follow me on Instagram as Skurlfriend. Facebook as Kari Erkkila, and watch for her forthcoming blog.

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