An effective way to argue a point can be to present the opposing view first then counter this view with stronger evidence.
In an analytical structure you are required to break the topic into its different components and discuss these in separate paragraphs or sections, demonstrating balance where possible.
Examples of this type of essay include questions which ask you to take a position on a topic, such as a particular decision or policy, and present arguments which support your position.
In this structure the similarities and/or differences between two or more items, for example, theories or models, are discussed paragraph by paragraph.
Your assignment task may require you to make a recommendation about the suitability of the items you are comparing.
Based on this data, you may be asked to do a range of things such as provide recommendations or solutions, develop a nursing care plan, a teaching plan, suggest legal advice or plan a marketing strategy.
Examples of this type of essay include compare, compare and contrast or differentiate questions.
Before you start, it is important to understand what type of essay you are required to write.
The language of the question, especially the directive (task) words, will indicate the type of essay and suggest an appropriate structure to follow in your essay.
The title page, or APA format cover page, is the first page of a paper or essay.
Some teachers and professors do not require a title page, but some do.