-Try to begin by using an appealing example or maybe a famous quote related to the topic. This helps motivate the reader.
-Before starting the writing development, make sure to have a content scheme that will serve as your conceptual structural map, as a synoptic frame or what ever that might be more suitable.
-The work must express the opinions of its author. You must avoid making this essay a mere repetition of philosopher and thinker’s ideas. Therefore, your personal opinions/affirmations should be founded and explained thanks to rational argumentation.
-If you reference or include quotes in your written work, you must “quote” and reference the author in the bibliography (from where you extracted the information) or as a footnote as indicated below.
-Examples may illustrate arguments and not substitute them.
-Avoid having unfounded generalizations or fallacies.
-Make sure to express yourself in a clear and concise manner; avoid incoherence and lack of continuity.
-In the conclusion, you may mention the different topics that might rise from having an open ending or that might not have been dealt in the essay because they weren’t considered as part of the main topic, yet, avoid at al times including new arguments or examples once you are done writing.
-In order to maintain coherence between the introduction and conclusion, make sure to read the first and the latter once you have finished writing the whole (skipping the development part). The conclusion should provide a clear response to the topic or the question asked during the introduction.