Discover the power of the introduction.
Some people believe that teenagers are facing more problems in their life than they did in the past and this is because parents are spending more time at work than at home.
Do you agree or disagree?
It is apparent that now a days young people are struggling more in their life than their predecessors.
Admittedly, Parents are the prime accused when it comes about deducting the failure of children.
Often it has been found that parents’ are not spending adequate time with their offspring due to their profession.
LEARN TO UNDERSTAND THE QUESTION
This one is A happened because of B.
Kids,…. Because parents…….
Yes or no?
That’s the whole question. You MUST respond to it.
POWERFUL OPENING SENTENCES
Everything in the first sentence or two is introducing the reader to the topic.
This is your chance to show your ability to write complex sentences and use high-level vocabulary. That will cover 2 of the categories.
Note: this gives you a higher mark.
You only need ONE good sentence to start.
HOW TO MAKE YOUR THESIS A 7+ IN TA AND C&C
The question asks you to: ‘give your opinion.’
So, in order to get the ‘Task Achievement’ mark, you MUST respond to the question.
This tells the examiner that you have read, understood and will answer the question.
STEP 1: Present your argument
‘This essay will argue that……….”
STEP 2: say the reasons
“because ‘reason 1’ and ‘reason 2’.
Many children have an inordinate amount of unsupervised time because both parents are working long hours. This essay will argue that the consequence is poor behaviour because teenagers have inadequate direction and unsatisfactory discipline from parents.
SO, YOU COVERED ALL four OF THE TASK REQUIREMENTS.
Example for your essay
Many children have an inordinate amount of VOCABULARY MARK unsupervised time because COMPLEX SENTENCE both parents are working long hours. This essay will argue that the consequence is poor behaviour TASK ACHIEVEMENT because teenagers have inadequate direction and unsatisfactory discipline from parents. COHERENCE AND COHESION (PARAGRAPHS 1,2)