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Standardized Essay Writing An Inhibitory Process At any given time spread out around the world there are English professors falling asleep as they grade writing assignments A mind numbing insanely boring essay rests beneath the semi-conscious professors head collecting drool as he or she struggles to grade an essay devoid of any thought Debatably needless and unwanted standardized essay writing was put into use in order to help students write coherently and with purpose However when this standard was forced upon all students it defeated its own objective There are a great many ways to accomplish any objective By establishing limits on how an essays purpose is to be met thought is effectually curtailed A standardized writing process could be of much use to children helping them learn to write well Still this process should not be forced upon all students When it is the result is uninteresting uncreative work Standardization is the enemy and antithesis of thought The process for writing a standardized essay is fairly simple There are a few basic steps that when followed lead to a structured essay with certain key parts Invention arrangement and revision are the three central steps to writing a standard essay Invention involves gathering your ideas establishing a purpose and writing all of this down Arrangement the second step is the most limiting this is where structure plays a key role Arranging each of your ideas into one of three distinct types of paragraphs you form the basic outline for your essay And finally revision is the stage of the process when a writer rereads his or her work and makes any changes that may be needed or corrects any errors An introductory paragraph a few body paragraphs following right after and finally a concluding paragraph finish the essay The introductory paragraph clues a reader in to the essays purpose The body paragraphs of an essay support what is stated in the
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