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The Philosophy Essay’s Map Course

Students have varying techniques applied per coursework type. They had to distinguish such techniques as courseworks of differing subjects demand varying calibre. Take for instance in writing that philosophy essay – students would often resolve to read a lot of materials.

Students have varying techniques applied per coursework type. They had to distinguish such techniques as courseworks of differing subjects demand varying calibre. Take for instance in writing that philosophy essay – students would often resolve to read a lot of materials.

Now, reading plenty of materials with less time forces students to make the activity ‘compact.’ While some are able to handle this tight working, a lot eventually gets lost over the sea of details, arguments, rationales, et cetera.

Such effect is evidently counterintuitive to the supposed function of reading. Instead of being able to siphon supporting texts, students are left bereft of coherent thoughts. To avoid this from happening and ensuring that the reading activity is not laid waste, here are four steps for you:

  1. encircle or highlight texts that appeal to you

Before actually immersing in your collected resource materials, arm yourself with a pencil, or highlighter. Every time your eye passes on catchy or noteworthy texts, encircle or highlight it. If a complete sentence is appealing, pick it; however, highlight shorter texts, or phrases as much as possible. To make this possible, look for a keyword, and include the texts closest or next to the keyword.

  1. go back to those highlighted texts

After you finished reading a whole piece or chapter, take a step back and do your review. Evaluate those highlighted texts that you think or perceive useful for your philosophy essay writing. Look it (highlighted texts) up on your given coursework question, issue, problem or case.

  1. if highlighted texts are aplenty look for ways to group it

Those who have a lot of readings might have a lot of highlighted parts; while those whose materials are few, yet still managed to highlight a lot, are looking at a very comprehensive material. In such cases, students will have to group together the most related texts and label them. Students must also assign labels that are recognizable or that will correlate with the intended written piece.

  1. create a philosophy essay outline

This outline would be useful in effectively appropriating borrowed texts (i.e., highlighted ones) unto the initial draft. Though this step is highly useful for step 3’s case scenario (too many highlighted texts), it has the potential of adding convenience for all other scenarios.

To alleviate other difficulties or the overbearing effect of reading several resource materials, filter your chosen materials carefully. If possible, start with few references; as students prod on, the resultant volume or quality of the initially highlighted texts will determine if student still need to read more materials.

Interestingly, these tips may also serve utility in other courseworks, like the pharmacy essay piece. Indeed, variety is challenging, but nevertheless conquerable.

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