Step 1: Introduction It is desirable to begin your work with an introduction that prepares you to make sense of the content of your essaypro. The introduction should consist of 1-3 sentences. An introduction and a heading are not required by the criterion, but a short introduction helps the piece and assists in the orderly writing of the text, which is reflected in the K-5 criterion.
Step 2: Problem (K1) A problem is a complex theoretical or practical issue that needs to be solved, investigated. Complex, difficult, important, serious, profound, fundamental, major, topical, topical, acute, pressing, philosophical, political, ideological, social, national, international... problem. The problem of what: war, peace, economy, politics, ideology, upbringing, education. To pose, put forward, consider, expound, discuss, resolve a problem. To touch upon a problem. To pay attention to a problem. To think about a problem. A problem arises, is of interest, deserves attention, is waiting to be solved.
Step 3: Comment on the problem (K2) The verb "to comment" means "to explain, to clarify. Consequently, this requires your thoughts on the formulated problem of the text. Think about the urgency of what the author is writing about; who and in what situations has to face such a problem; if possible, touch on the "background", i.e., briefly describe how this problem has been considered and tried to solve by other authors and whether there is any other point of view on this issue that does not coincide with the author's.
Step 4: Author's position (K3) If the problem of the text is a question, then the author's position is the answer to the question posed in the text. Thus, when formulating a problem in the form of a question, you should already know exactly how the author answers it. For example: Telling about the fate of A.F. Losev, the author convinces us that only strength of spirit and faith in the good can help a person to overcome all the hardships of life and make his cherished dreams come true. If the position of the author of a journalistic text is usually expressed clearly and distinctly, identifying the author's position in a fiction text may require a lot of effort from you. Try to answer the following questions: What did the author want to say to his readers by creating the text? How does the author evaluate the specific situation described, the actions of the characters? Pay attention to the words, artistic techniques that express the author's attitude (disapproval, irony, condemnation - sympathy, admiration), give a negative or positive assessment of the facts described.
Step 5: Summary of your own opinion of the problem (K4) Task: express your opinion of the problem posed by the author of the text essays reviews (agreeing or disagreeing with the position of the author), give arguments (give at least two arguments), relying on your knowledge, life or reading experience. In this part of the paper, you must strictly follow the rules of construction of the text-explanation. The purpose of this type of speech is to convince the addressee of something, to strengthen or change his opinion. For this purpose, a logically structured system of evidence is used.