Essay and requirements for its processing
The essay is one of the reflection genres whose origin is in Anglo-Saxon, but over time, the essay has found its place in secondary schools and universities in the EU countries.
At first glance, it may seem that it is an easy job, but it is not. The essay is a challenging task, to which it is necessary to appropriately control the elements of both artistic and professional text, including the writing of texts. The essay assumes a deeper knowledge of the issues (society, science, politics, philosophy and art), including a broader context, along with the ability to choose appropriate questions, conduct dialogue and, in particular, embed your own thoughts that will guide the reader to reflect on the topic being worked on.
Despite the typical freedom of the genre, the School Essay, despite being a free genre, usually has a narrowly defined theme in schools, including the recommended range and structure.
Reflection is a very widespread genre that has been accompanying students since primary school. Very often the consideration is part of the school-leaving exam. Consideration is given to a given problem or phenomenon, when it is analyzed from different perspectives or perspectives, in a logical sequence of text.
The basic structure of reflection is the introduction, the state and the conclusion. The introduction deals with a given problem or topic, which is then discussed in the main essay of multiple views. The main article compares the possibilities of solving the problem, outlines the issues that arise from the topic, but it can also look back on history for examples of solutions. The biggest difficulty in thinking is the deviation from the given topic. In conclusion, the consideration outlines the solution to the problem or alternatives to developing the topic further.
As a language resource, the most frequently used are the neutral and book vocabulary, and in some cases the artistic style of writing can be used.
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- A reading diary
- Reader diary and processing requirements
A reader’s diary is submitted to the Commission for the purposes of passing the maturitní zkouška examination in English. The range of readings ranges from 20 to 40 books from English and world literature, as required by the teacher and school. Each school presents a list of recommended reading books to students and can therefore vary. Literature contained in the reader’s diary is often from several areas, ie prose, poetry and drama. The books listed in the reader’s diary are then submitted to the maturita exam, so their enrollment in the diary is very important.
Pupils’ diaries are taught at primary school, then at high school and presented at the maturitní zkouška. The rules for writing a book to the reader’s diary are similar. The literary work, including the author, will be written into the diary in the wider artistic context of the time, including the writing of the author’s other work. Furthermore, the content and plot of a literary work is described, where the artistic side of the book, stylistic elements, structure, motif, genre and main idea of the work are also mentioned.
We will help you to prepare a reader’s diary for your school leaving exam and for your primary school
We will prepare the materials for the reader’s diary according to the list of works supplied by you in a uniform and comprehensible analysis so that you can prepare them for teaching literature at school or for the school-leaving examination. Individual entries of English and world literature will be content and formal to suit you, the requirements of the school or the teacher.