In Anglo-American educational system, the essay plays a similar role as in any other country. It can be said that the essay plays the role of something like an attachment. Instead of strictly following the scheme “Introduction – Bulk – Final” to proceed, at the beginning of the essay there is something in the form of a “What if …“.
According to A-Mentor.co.uk the essay is a creative game of possibilities. Something, for which can be uttered the words: it is the great school of creative, independent writing.
One of the characteristic of the essay is that it is trying to answer a new question. It is can be an already well-known or merely rhetorical question posed – it is also suitable for an interesting essay.
It can be noted that there is any formal distinction between the European and Anglo-American essay. The Anglo-American essay often is often academic, the other can be much usefully of the Anglo-American approach to learning, in which the essay writing is part of the scientific, creative writing. The essay should be not only well written, but readers should understand what thoughts the author. The process of essay writing can be summarized in five steps:
• The community a question
• Parking on a thesis.
• Write an introduction that includes your thesis
• Give three reasons for the truth of your thesis (main reasons and considerations supporting).
• Writing a conclusion
A small basic model for the essay as a form of preaching
Although this is not very elaborated, but sufficient as the basic model. You could call it “expressive oriented preaching”. Even the preacher but it should be about, not only to express unctuous, beautiful words, but also to be understood in its concerns.
Compaction and unfolding
The creative use of foreign texts is stretched generally between two poles: on the one hand, the text summarization, on the other hand, the text display. Both poles must form not opposites. Rather, they can mark the beginning and the ending points. First is necessary reduction of the amount of information of a text in the compression phase that prepares the process of appropriation of aspects of a topic in the development phase.