There is nothing more to a descriptive essay than telling a story from your point of view. A lot of students never really come to get this logic, and this is one of the biggest challenges that they have to overcome if they are to deliver a proper paper for marking. A descriptive essay, just as the name suggests is the kind of paper where you give your own account of a subject, you give your own representation of what you think happened. It does not matter whether the reader (your teacher) was there or not, what matters most is your concept.
For this paper you are expected to give a first-hand account of events as they unfolded over time, and this is something that you should be able to do without much of a challenge. In as much as we have mentioned that it is only your account of the subject that matters, there are some instances where you will need to be very specific and make sure that you give a true account. This is particularly so in the event that you have been asked to write a paper on something that is common knowledge.
Say for example you are expected to provide a descriptive paper about the recent awards ceremony that happened in the school. Of course your teacher was there, so they are basically expecting you to provide a vivid imagination of how it happened from one event to the other. Coming up with something else out of the ordinary in an attempt to be creative will only dock you marks instead of earning you some.
The following are some useful ideas that you can consider when you are trying to get working on this paper.
This is a very good procedure, because most students just get down to work without having something to look at, hence making lots of mistakes in the process.
Do not attempt to be ambiguous when you are working on this task. Make sure that you spend as much time and thought as necessary to produce some clear work, clear ideas and concepts for the best marks so far.
In as far as progressive writing is concerned, your work needs to have an orderly sequence. You cannot start from the middle, move back to the beginning and keep shifting the order of events.
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