Did you know the essay-writing you learn in school can easily be adapted to blog writing? The skills of being able to explain and describe something that teachers teach around the world when they teach essay-writing skills are actually the same skills you need to become "blog famous". Let's show you how.
Did you ever dream about becoming an author? Do you want to share your stories with other people? Do you want to get into building stories for video games when you grow up? Maybe you want to go to Hollywood and get into making movies. All of these start with learning the simple building blocks of story-writing. Want to learn how? Here's how to get started...
Ever watched a movie trailer and thought: "I can't wait to see that movie!"? More importantly, have you ever watched a movie trailer and know that you'll never watch that movie?
Movie trailers have a short window to grab your attention and make you want to watch more. The introduction to any essays that you write for school are just the same. You have a sentence or two to hook your reader into reading more. So how do you write a good introduction? Here's how and a quick activity to go with it!
Almost every student writing in English will, at some point, be asked to write what is called a "compare and contrast essay." This style of essay is designed to bring out the similarities or differences of each individual thing by comparing them to each other. What does it need to include? Here's our quick two-step guide on understanding and writing you compare and contrast essay.
EssayJack is an interactive web platform with a patented solution that pre-structures student essays, reduces writing anxiety, and allows educator customization and feedback. Ranked as one of the top English Language teaching digital innovations in the world by the British Council and Cambridge English, EssayJack was created by award-winning educators and can be customized for almost any writing task.