In high school, writing a good subject obviously becomes more difficult.
Always based on what will happen to the Exam (this time of Maturity!) There are different types of themes that you will find yourself facing like the argumentative, topical or historical.
Each of these, although the outline / outline remains the classic “introduction-unfolding-conclusion” requires different attention and some special knowledge.
Remember that in high school the professors for the theme demand a lot therefore:
- To write a theme in high schools it is good to always do a bad one, where to make mistakes, change, change and even twist everything in progress.
- Remember to use the widest and most refined language possible, avoiding the cool but unprofessional style of Whatsapp.
- Pay attention to style (some titles require a more courtly or more professional than others!)
- If your problem is repetition, don’t be lazy and have a dictionary of synonyms and antonyms on hand.
- How to write an argumentative theme (or not): 5 tips for everyone
- We see then an argumentative theme done well. Given that however this particular type of theme
you must be sufficiently prepared on what is the topic you are going to deal with in the topic of argument because if you have to take a thesis you must have a thorough knowledge of it. If you don’t know anything, don’t you dare!
Display your ideas:
if you have an original idea about a topic, display it. Writing something “different” from the classic or in any case exposing one’s own idea on a theme that has not been heard before and is not trivial is an added value to the text. Be careful, though: you must always be able to argue what you say!
Bring a vocabulary:
it’s heavy and makes you feel like a nerd. We know, but it doesn’t matter! To write an argumentative theme is essential as each word has its importance!
Reread: it is very important, once the theme is finished, do not hand over the work immediately, before you think you have finished you must reread everything. Why? Not only to check that there are no grammar errors, but also because by rereading you will understand if everything you have written has a meaning and line. For this it is good to take a break after having finished writing and then rereading a couple of times: the first to check the content, the second to check the form (punctuation, errors, vagabond capitals …)
Give space to the conclusion in conclusion: the conclusion of the argumentative theme, as we have said, must be done well to further confirm your thesis. The general, however, at the same time, when you conclude a text you can allow yourself to say something subjective and perhaps to use an aphorism with an effect, obviously inherent in the subject, to conclude with a flourish.