Its the moment every parent dreads: when your child sits there glum-faced looking at a blank piece of paper in front of them. They have a rapidly-approaching deadline for their essay and nothing but nothing you do as a parent seems to help them get any closer to completion. What can you do to help? The answer is: quite a lot.
Make your body descriptive and clear. Use multiple paragraphs if necessary. A custom essay has details embedded into the topic and those details have to be discussed separately. The use of details can be strengthened by using valid examples. Do not hesitate to quote experts on the topic and make sure that appropriate references are included. Attach a bibliography at the end of the essay if you have to. Make sure that you address the topic diligently.
I then visited over 50 New Zealand High Schools and spoke with over 8000 kiwi kids about essay writing. These students reported exactly the same challenges as I had previously encountered and more. The result has been two books and a DVD that have helped kids achieve some of the potential that sits inside all of us.