There are many instances when you might be asked to write an essay on death. It could be in any discipline or grade. This means that it is impossible to find a definite structure for writing. However, there are ways in which you can write a captivating paper in whichever discipline or grade on death.
There are standard instructions for writing academic papers. These instructions should be understood before commencing work on the paper. The instructions regard such areas as the introduction, thesis statement, citation, referencing, etc. Further, there are specific instructions issued by your teacher. The concern the formatting style, length, perspective, etc. Understand these instructions and in case some of them are vague, seek clarification from your teacher.
Reading other papers on the subject gives you an idea of how to approach it. It also helps you to identify perspectives that have already been addressed to avoid repetition. It is from further reading that you will identify arguments that support your approach for use in strengthening your paper.
There is a lot you can say about death. All ideas possible about death cannot be explored in a single paper. As such, find a perspective or approach that will make your paper interesting. Ensure that your topic is captivating in terms of the words used and the approach. Make it relevant by ensuring that it captures what should be addressed in your course outline. A good topic will entice the reader to dig deeper by arousing curiosity. A relevant topic is also not a repetition of what other authors have written about over years.
An outline acts as a plan of action. It indicates the order of points that will form the anchor of your essay. It further shows the supporting ideas that fall under each point. With a clear view of all the points at your disposal, you are unlikely to ignore any idea or repeat.
Drafting the essay is an intensive process. This exposes you to errors that are likely to compromise its quality. The errors exist in the form of typos and spelling mistakes. They distort your arguments and may create unintended meaning. By reviewing your work, you have a chance to eliminate these errors. The absence of errors makes your arguments to appear logical and coherent.