An informative essay is a form of the written essay for an audience to be acquainted with the particular topic. It is one of the most challenging of all writing assignments. Usually, it is defined as a type of non-fiction that tells the audience facts about a topic. The most common examples are newspaper articles, online articles, magazine articles, encyclopedia articles and speeches. The aim is to educate the audience on a preferred topic. The first step is to plan the introduction, topic and conclusion. The most valuable part is to decide from which topic the audience will benefit the most.
It is advisable to draft an outline and list all the questions on a particular topic. The body of the essay should inform the reader about the specifics of the topic. For example, the most common topics or the informative essay may be the following: Caffeine Addiction, Domestic Violence, Poverty, Plastic Surgery, Stress, Prostitution, Illegal Immigration, Racism, Tattoos, etc. Figurative language is a way to use language in which the meaning is different from its literal meaning. The metaphor is a phrase that compares two things without using the word like or as.
The first step is to brainstorm on a specific topic. Choose a topic, outline the brief notes and perform research. It is more advisable to choose the topic you are familiar with. Use a variety of sentences in writing such as simple sentences (make a point clearly and concisely), compound sentences (combine multiple statements), complex sentences (provide additional details regarding the context of a particular statement). Compound-complex sentences combine multiple statements and additional details regarding the statements.
Then pick a topic as the title of the writing task. Later, initiate the research for the selected topic. Try to go over all the most relevant research journals and databases. If there is already sort of a lecture or a thesis published, analyze it thoroughly. Validate the resources. For example, the databases such as PubMed, Medscape and pages published on .edu domain are of higher scientific ranking.
While editing, capitalize the first letter in a sentence and the first word in a quotation, capitalize proper nouns and titles. Use slang words (informal language), subject/verb agreement, appropriate tenses, sentence fragments and run-on sentences.
The qualitative essay must be on the topic, have a structure, make a transition smoothly from one idea to the next. It must be properly developed with facts and information.
Write in an active voice instead of a passive voice. Try to use strong nouns and action verbs. Place rhetorical questions (Have you ever … Would you… Do you…Can you…How would you…, etc.), start with a famous quote, use figurative language and begin a sentence that tells something about the background of your subject.