Who on earth likes to write essays? If that’s what you think, think again! Essays can be a brilliant way to express your thoughts and ideas and with the right kind of orientation, you can master the art of writing essays. In this section we provide you sample essays that can open for you a whole new world of possibilities.
The first thing that you face in the ICSE English language paper is a composition-task. You are required to write an essay of about 600-800 words on a topic that you may have never heard of before! How then do you approach it?
Let’s try to find an answer.
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These essays are judged on the candidate’s capacity to organize and present the content in a well formulated manner. The candidate should be able to keep up the interest throughout the length of the essay and while narrating facts and incidents, present all ideas coherently and make it a lively piece of writing. Examples of this type of essays are the follows
* Narrate an incident where you found yourself in a very unfamiliar circumstance. Your essay can highlight how you found yourself in the situation and how you finally came out of it.
* Imagine that you went for a picnic with your friends to a neighboring village. While you guys were having fun, there were gun shots suddenly and you found yourself in the midst of a turmoil. Report what happened thereafter and how you finally reached home.
Argumentative Essay: These essays in the ICSE exam judge your capacity to persuade or argue a given thread of thought. Often you may also be required to argue both sides of a matter and come to a balanced conclusion. To present relevant arguments, to pursue an argument coherently yet passionately, to be able to be strong and aggressive in your argument and yet not be blinded, that is what will ensure a good score in the argumentative essay. Examples of this type of essays are the follows:
* Terrorism does not exist without a context to it. Argue for or against this...