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Critical Essay Writing is about meticulous evaluation and judgment of chosen topics. Critical essays show the writer's attitude towards the evaluated material which may not necessarily mean opposition to existing points of view or direct disagreement with the author's thinking. Just like other types of essays, critical essays should be written in an unbiased and emotionally uncharged tone. They should objectively evaluate a chosen piece of literature, books or articles and demonstrate the writer's knowledge of the material, professional writing style and smooth presentation of facts.

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To start your classification essay you have to firstly breakdown some whole concept into several components. Examples: real estate objects by types, such as condominiums, villas, bungalows, etc. Another example would be classifying medicine by types, such as traditional medicine and alternative medicine. Then, you may want to break down the object types into additional categories and components. So how to write a classification essay?
Things to keep in mind: The components and categories you define should be well fitted to the general purpose of the essay. Moreover, the principle of classification should be consistent and preserved throughout the entire course of your essay.


Make sure that the applied principle of classification is the most logical within the framework of your overall purpose. Try to stick to the given principle and not deviate from its skeleton as you write. The components and categories have to comparable and sound reasonable to the reader. Moreover, each component and categories has to be illustrated with specific relevant examples. Think whether you have achieved you goal of presenting a complex subject to your readers in a simple and well-understood form.

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Does your introduction properly give a clear idea on what is to come? Is your thesis defined properly? Does each paragraph smoothly transform in the end and conveys a finished idea? Is your evidence presented in each paragraph relevant to that paragraph?


These are the questions that the writer has to answer before finishing his essay and delivering his message to the audience. A simple exercise performed in group will help you better understand the preparation process before you begin working on the essay.


Choose a list of subjects, and distribute it among your classmates. Then, brainstorm in group for several minutes to come up with a maximum amount of categories and components. Break down into groups with your classmates on the “same subject” basis, and then divide the items you have on the list into corresponding logical categories. As a rule, the group is capable of producing a more detailed and accurate list of categories and components which makes the exercise a helpful tool in your own brainstorming and planning processes.

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