Simplify Your Writing: Clear Language Tips for Better Essays

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Discover essential techniques for writing essays with formal language, clear structure, and impersonal style to enhance your academic writing skills.

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Introducing “Simplify Your Writing: Clear Language Tips for Better Essays,” a part of our Ultimate Master Slide Collection. This comprehensive PDF slide file is meticulously crafted by leading specialists. It aims to help high school students master the art of clear and concise writing. Each slide makes essay writing accessible and straightforward. These slides transform students into confident writers who can express complex ideas with simplicity and clarity.

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This slide collection stands as a foundational learning tool within our Ultimate Master Slide Collection, designed to guide students through the essentials of writing clear and effective essays. With each slide, students will learn how to strip away unnecessary complexity and focus on delivering their message with precision.

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Our expertly crafted content breaks down the principles of clear writing into easy-to-understand lessons. Specialists in academic writing have developed these materials to help students avoid common pitfalls such as overcomplicated sentences and unclear expressions. By focusing on simplicity, these slides encourage students to convey their thoughts in a manner that is both effective and engaging.

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As a self-study tool, this slide file excels. It includes interactive exercises and examples that challenge students to refine their writing style. These practice materials are designed not just to teach but to reinforce learning, allowing students to apply the tips in real-time. Students can independently explore the nuances of crafting clear sentences, making them more adept at academic writing.

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Essay Style

Essay Style
Essay style means the way you write an essay.
The way you use language in an essay is different from how
you write in other tasks.
In this lesson, we will go through what you write and how
you write in an essay.

Formal Language
Formal language means that you use ‘proper English’.
This means:
Grammar is always correct
Do not use contractions
No expressions or
colloquial language
e.g. can’t they’d shouldn’t
e.g. on the other hand, go from bad to worse

Impersonal
Essays cannot have words like: I, me you, your, we, us, our
This is called impersonal language.

What Else?
You should not use words that show:
Feelings
How you feel
e.g. It is a terrible thing to do…
Comments
What you think
e.g. I do not like this

How Does Impersonal Language Work?
You need to change what you write to make it look like it is not your opinion.
For Example:
Before
I think it is important that we stop the horrible violence in schools
After
Violence needs to be stopped in Australian schools

Clear and Simple
An essay needs to be very clear and easy for someone to understand it.
You need to:
1 Get rid of adjectives. (e.g. this amazing machine)
2 Use specifics. Specifics mean that you point right at what it is you are trying to say.
(e.g. something happens → the gears make it move)

On Topic
Every paragraph of an essay should carry on with the same point you started that paragraph with. This means you stay on topic.
e.g. Turtles are creatures that live under the sea. Dogs live on the land. Turtles may go from the sea onto the land to lay their eggs. They live in mostly shallow water…

Complex Sentences
Good essays use many complex sentences. This means they have two or more parts. They must have a main idea, and a detail(s) which support it.