Find Your Voice & Write Like A Grad!
Do you struggle with knowing what to say in your essay? Maybe you've been told you need to include "less summary and more analysis" but you're not really too sure what that means or what else to write. Or, maybe when you sit down to write you think to yourself, "Ugh, I have no clue what to say," or "I don't really have any good ideas," or "I have some ideas, but I just explain them." If this sounds like you, then you're the student I had in mind when I put this resource together.
I know what it's like to sit at a table for hours trying to get an essay done and crawl into bed with sore red eyes and still have only a few sentences written. It's maddening. And, it gets worse when you get your essay back with a grade that's less than what you had hoped for and a few comments that say something about "too much summary" and "be more specific."
In this practical and easy-to-read resource, I teach you how to dig into a text and figure out what you think about it so you have a lot of ideas when you sit down to write. I break down critical thinking into 4 bite-size steps, and I walk you through exactly what you need to do to reveal your unique perspective and ways of seeing. With 100+ critical sentence starters to use in your writing, as well as 50 sentence stems to help you talk back to the author as you read, you'll discover your ideas and start writing like a grad.