This post will teach you the basics on how to write a composition and what are the important things to take note of.
( Sure, there are many other creative ways to write – but for the sake of keeping this post specific, I am going to assume that your children are beginners in writing.)Your child should be trying to describe and narrate the events clearly here. Encourage her to describe using her 5 senses (Sight, smell, taste, hearing and touch.) But make sure the description aims to accomplish a clear purpose.
Words shouldn’t be used to fill up blank space just for the sake of it.
She must be able to build the suspense and make the reader feel excited, or worried, or nervous in the climax of the story.
She can vary sentence structures and use emotive words to put the readers on the edge.
She must make the problem or conflict seem SO BAD that the reader loses all hope for a proper resolution. All your child needs to do is to resolve the problem or conflict in a logical way.
And the farther along in school you get, the more complex and demanding the essays will become.
It's important that you learn early on how to write effective essays that communicate clearly and accomplish specific objectives.
An essay can have many purposes, but the basic structure is the same no matter what.
You may be writing an essay to argue for a particular point of view or to explain the steps necessary to complete a task.