Getting started isn’t the issue so much professor. My main issue is keeping people interested and hooked.
What I have so far is my topic which is the effects that policies like tariffs have on industries like steel and the coal industries. I know somewhat how I’m going to go about it. I have a good number of sources that I’ve summarized. I just am not sure how to keep the message of the essay consistent and clear throughout the thousand words.
I can’t think of anything in particular at the time. I am using this to open up some sort of dialogue in the replies.
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OK, Eagles. I’m sympathetic to that, and delighted that you’ve been collecting and summarizing sources. I’d like you to capture and keep your readers’ interest too, so let’s start that dialog.
First of all, do you have a premise that is in itself compelling and significant? Second, have you reduced the universal and generic macroeconomic considerations down to their individual and personal catastrophes? Have you found illustrations with visceral appeal that will create sympathy for those who lose in these big multinational spats?
In your Reply, direct my attention to whatever other (1) post, if any, I should read to amplify your response. My time is limited as I’m trying to keep up with requests from 40 students tonight, but I want to be as helpful as possible.
I just saw your reply later last night because I went out to dinner with my family. I still want to get the most out of our conversation though. I believe my premise is strong. It has a lot going for it and could be expanded on. My issue lies in that I feel I tend to get all over the place with it.