This is a clear outline for planning a structured essay response.
It uses the TEEL outline: Topic sentence, Expand, Evidence, Link.
This page details general good practice in essay planning, including what you should do and what you should try to avoid.
It is important however, that you understand the specific requirements of your school, college or university.
Essays, and other academic writing, focus the mind and encourage you to come to conclusions about what you are studying.
Writing is often the best possible way to assimilate and organise information.
We have provided various types of English essays (such as Education, India, Science & Technology, Animals, Festivals, National Days, Social Issues & Social Awareness, Personalities/People, Monuments, Relationships, Sports, Environmental Issues, Proverb, Moral Values, Nature and Essay on Health, etc) for students of lower and higher classes.
Such type of essays can be very helpful for parents to make their kids actively participating in the extra-curricular activities including essay writing, debate, discussion, etc.
The second page, Writing an Essay, provides more information on the steps involved in actually writing an essay.
We recommend you read both pages to gain a full understanding.