Excess Information in Essay

Nora Lowe

March 25, 2018

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I can say categorically that twenty to twenty-five percent of all essays have concluding chapters which have nothing to do with the question okay and as soon as I read it I know these people are at that sixty level and probably fail mark okay as soon as I read that and there the main thing to do is to bring your the main points you have made and show that you’re addressing the question so what is the main point you have made addressing the question what have you found in your essay it’s easier said than done you know again.

I repeat it over and over again but how many times people just don’t do that and I show them and they’re incredible really did I do this I’m going to show you an example then you often see new analyses being brought in in the concluding section why are the new analyses brought him in the conclusion we don’t know but what is normal for Isis people I suppose this because you all come from some policy related something another you’re asked a question which actually doesn’t require you to say anything about policy but a Pavlovian response of all I assess students is to put something on policy in the concluding section it actually is totally irrelevant to the answer but you feel some compulsion don’t you to write something on policy again big problem because 2,500 3,000 words you see you can’t waste words be precise by finished with these couple of examples to what extent can the recent world economic crisis you recognize this guy’s be attributed to the mercantilist policies of asian countries okay so I’m just going to show you the answer given to this so the person writes the introduction in answer to the question the paper will so they say a and B I’m ignoring a and B for the moment but look at sea.

Look at the evolution of the recent world economic crisis okay remember the question is the impact of mercantilist policies on the economic crisis and that actually is emphasized by one possibly two groups but now they’re going to look at the nature of the crisis okay the evolution of the crisis and then look at this one this is the crucial bit they’re going to provide an explanation of the causes of the crisis as advanced by three theoretical approaches y 3 theoretical approaches because that’s the way I teach okay neoclassical New Keynesian and heterodox and I’ve told you before many times when you’re answering questions don’t do what we do for pedagogical reasons I teach like this to show that there are different viewpoints but when you’re answering a question actually normally what you get is a debate between two groups one group says well it’s mercantilist policies that caused the crisis and then people are criticizing them you see no labels focus directly but can anyone write in 2,500 words d can anyone do that it’s such a complex and complicated thing and requires so much by way of presentation.

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Nora Lowe is creator of this blog. She was born on November 23, 1981, in Washington, D.C. She went on to study at Stanford University with a focus on international affairs. She is a uest writer for famous magazines.