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Become an Essay Master with EssayMaps

You've studied English for 10 years, and you can write English sentences, but you find yourself totally confused when you are asked to write an academic essay. That's a huge problem for English as a Second Language students coming to universities in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Australia and New Zealand, and even for many American students. Some have actually resorted to buying essays online, but a crackdown on that has begun with many students being expelled and having their degrees revoked. The main problem is the inability of many to understand the basic tenets of writing English an academic essay, and how to build them progressively from a five-sentence paragraph.

While largely based on the Hamburger Paragraph, EssayMaps focuses on key differences.

EssayMaps includes powerful features, including inserting words from outlines into the correct place in your essays. And all of this is perfectly legal, and will not jeopardize the hard work you put in to get a degree.

With EssayMaps, you, too, can become an Essay Master.

Understanding how academic essays are structured is not only important for increasing your scores on the TOEL or the IELTs, but for success in college as well. EssayMaps can solve this problem. EssayMaps makes it easy. Designed by ESL writing instructors, including a two-time Pulitzer Prize nominee, EssayMaps consists of digitized "scaffolding" derived from leading academic writing textbooks so you can write outlines and essays by filling in boxes on your computers, tablets or even phones. EssayMaps takes the results and produces perfectly formatted outlines and essays in Word format for printing or uploading. You start out writing a five-sentence pargraph and then can develop that into a full essay. More importantly, it help teach the various forms of English Academic essays.

Click here to learn how to use EssayMaps.

Outlines for Paragraphs and Essays

Full Paragraphs and Essays



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