The Different Types Of Essays An Interactive Presentation by: Rashod Seaton

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  • The Different Types Of EssaysAn Interactive Presentation by:Rashod Seaton

  • DifferentTypes Of EssaysAdmission EssayLiterary EssayCompare and Contrast EssayScholarship EssayResearch EssayPosition EssayInformal EssayExpository EssayProcess EssayAuthors SlideResourcesConcept Map

    QuitAdmission EssayLiterary EssayCompare and Contrast EssayScholarship EssayResearch EssayPosition EssayInformal EssayExpository EssayProcess EssayAuthors SlideResourcesConcept Map

  • Admission EssayThis is the type of essay you may need to write after you graduate from high school. An admission essay is a type of persuasive essay. It is used by college students in an attempt to convince the dean of admissions that they are right for their school.Quit

  • Literary EssayThis type of essay is thought to be one of the most challenging of all. Literary essays are used to analyze specific parts of a book or poem in order to show the deeper meaning a person has found in the book.Quit

  • Compare and Contrast EssayThis type of essay is used by individuals that wish to show the differences or similarities between two or several things (books, people, shapes, etc.). Quit

  • Scholarship EssayThis type of essay is an essay that hopefully partners up with the admission essay. It is usually used in contests in order to help the winner fund their education.Quit

  • Research EssayThis essay is usually dreaded by students from junior high school to college. The research essay is a very formal essay that requires the individual to do rigorous research about a topic and right a factual essay about it.Quit

  • Position EssayThis essay is not quite as hard as a research essay, but it may require one to read anothers findings from their research. After reading the findings the individual should write an essay expressing their position in the findings whether it is in agreement or not.Quit

  • Informal EssayThis essay is, surprisingly enough, not formal. In this essay the individual is writing, but the writing sounds more like a conversation between the reader and the writer. The structure is more loose than a research essay. Quit

  • Expository EssaySee Video:Quit

  • Process EssayThis essay may also be quite informal. The reason being is because the writer is explaining how a task is done, step by step, to their readers.Quit

  • Authors SlideThe author, Rashod Seaton, is from Chicago, IL. He is currently a student at Grand Valley State University majoring in English with an emphasis on Secondary Education; his minor is Physical Education. Quit

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