Problems in writing essay

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Problems in writing essay

     Of all types of creative works, it is the writing of an essay that presents the greatest difficulties and problems for students. This is due to the fact that in the text the author must express his own opinion on the problem under consideration. If, when writing a quiz or an abstract, it is sufficient to simply list several points of view of authoritative authors on a particular topic and interpret them, then when writing an essay, the student is required to present his own vision of the issue in question. The fact that the essay should be formulated by the author’s own point of view, and presents the greatest problems when writing it. This problem is particularly relevant for first-year students. At the initial stage of training, the students’ own point of view on this or that problem is either not yet formed, or is in the formative stage, therefore, writing an essay is fraught with certain difficulties.
     The problem of the student’s substantiation of his own point of view often coexists with the problem of the discrepancy between his or her vision and the teacher’s opinion. For example, when writing an essay on the history of the Fatherland, the most acute and problematic periods in our history are topics that the teacher and student, due to their ideological attitudes, worldview and other factors, can look at and look at differently.
      When writing an essay, the student’s point of view may not coincide with the teacher’s point of view on the period in question, which sometimes creates problems for the student with passing the test, the exam, or receiving a positive result. Often, students, knowing about those or other preferences of a teacher, when writing an essay, “adapt” to his point of view to the detriment of their own position, show other types of conformism to get the desired result. Such an approach does not contribute to the correct formation of the students ‘scientific outlook, therefore, to resolve this problem, correct, tolerant perception by teachers of the students’ individual points of view is of great importance.
     A lot of controversial issues arise in the design of the structure of work. Often when writing an essay, teachers require its standard design with the presence of the introduction, the main part, the conclusion. This is not always acceptable. An essay implies the free expression of one’s point of view in the form of a free composition, and it is not always possible to build it in accordance with the strict structure of writing.