This structure applies specifically to academic essays, but you can also apply this structure to narrative essays.
Only people who have never encountered academic writing can name it dull, obscure, and boring.
Thus, there is no preview about the purpose of your study.
How to fix: Enhance your title with defining phrases.
For instance, an essay title such as “Armed Conflict in the Eastern Ukraine 2014-2017” provides an audience with the data what is going to be discussed and where and when the events have been held.
However, there is no key message about how author reflects on this topic as well as what they think about it.The questions such as “Is the American Education System Ineffective? ” are no longer a trick for the majority of experienced readers.Nowadays, it is better to write the answers instead of asking the questions.Now we will figure out how you shouldn’t do during titling.There are many ways to create a creative but not relevant title, so let's revise the most common mistakes students do in a pursuit of creativity: You can write about Shakespeare’s biography and suddenly name your article “The Art of a Genius” or “The Great Personalities in Performance Art”. The most important information connected with the topic is not given fully.Such sentences are too obscure and totally uncreative.It is more likely that no one will pay attention to your article when looking at this title.How to fix: Concentrate your efforts on clarifying the key details of your work in the title.It is not a cool decision to come up with the title identical to the theme of your essay, something like “Shakespeare’s biography”.This article was co-authored by Stephanie Wong Ken.Stephanie Wong Ken holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Portland State University.