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Having worked with students in schools and universities, I have developed an essay-planning technique that can be tweaked for any essay-writing subject – from English to Economics; Geography to Business Studies.
One of the frequent difficulties experienced by students – as well as feedback given to them regarding their exam performance – is writing focussed, well-structured essays.
Click on the links below for examples of plans that can be used when writing an essay on the subject of Post 1945 World History:
- Question 1 – Were the United Nations’ organisational problems inherent from its foundation?
- Question 2 – To what extent were the actions of the Zionist movement the main cause of the creation of the state of Israel in 1948?
- Question 3 – To what extent were Jiang Jieshi’s (Chiang Kai Shek’s) domestic policies successful?
- Question 4 – Analyse the origins of the European Economic Community
- Question 5 – Why was it possible to form the European Economic Community but not a European Defence Community?
- Question 6 – Was the Cold War ‘a conflict between two opposing ideologies’?
- Question 7 – Why was Germany so important in the East-West confrontation after 1945?
- Question 8 – Did Marshall Aid save Europe from economic collapse?
- Question 9 – Assess the reasons for the Cultural Revolution in the 1960s
- Question 10 – Why did the Cold War in Europe come to an end?
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If academic writing is a distant memory for you, or perhaps something you’ve never done, the prospect of starting to research and write an academic essay can be intimidating. If you’re a new graduate student, please view Gradschoolitis (6:50 video), and for the transcript, please see the Gradschoolitis notes. Before you start working on a specific assignment, please view the resources linked below to receive an introduction to academic research and writing at RRU:
Now that you’re ready to begin the process of writing a specific assignment, this guide will take you step-by-step through the process of researching and writing an assignment with resources, tips, and suggestions from both the Library and the Writing Centre. You can work through each step by using the “next” navigation on each page, or you can use the list below to jump into a particular topic. To begin, click on the first link below.