Writing a theme can be child’s play or a big headache based on different parameters: the mastery of the language, the aptitude to write and the difficulty of the topic of the topic.
The title should be read carefully, especially if it is very complex: the central topic and any sub-topics should therefore be identified. It is important to focus on the subject of the topic to establish the correct order of the performance.
Then comes the moment of the lineup: note on a sheet the key points and ideas that the topic inspires without paying attention to the order, numbering them subsequently on a ladder according to the order you wish to give them in the performance. The theme must first be written in rough copy, which is a sketch of the final result: a good re-reading of the ugly allows us to feel where the text does not flow fluid adding corrections or clarifying hermetic or improperly exposed concepts.
The structure of the theme consists of three parts: the attack or introduction, the body or performance and the conclusion.
The incipit, like an apt conclusion, leaves a good memory, therefore the necessary time must be dedicated to the first and last lines: then in the second draft, the fine copy, you can go back to correcting or replacing or improving details.
The body of the theme includes the whole process: before starting the drafting, modalities must be defined that will be homogeneous within the writing (what kind of narration to use, in what time, with which subjects, etc.). It is the part in which to develop ideas disordered in the lineup: every sentence and paragraph must be connected and harmonized using pronouns, repetitions of keywords and all possible connectives to create a draft with sense and linearity.
A good epilogue can revive the fortunes of a failed theme: it is good practice to dedicate a few minutes to conclude with your personal observations and opinions relating to the topic developed.
The short sentences are preferable, simplify the reading and involve less risk of error, but that is not confused with a telegraphic style; even the incisions must not be too long not to complicate the thread of the speech. It is better not to use courtly terms if you are not sure of their meaning or in ways that are not appropriate. The tone must be neither too confidential nor too formal.
The narration time chosen must be maintained until the end of the writing, everything must be harmonized as a whole. Adjectives are not indispensable, they go at the right time and in the right place: in order not to repeat them, you can resort to a dictionary of synonyms. Finally, the development of a theme is not a question of length but of effectiveness: it will be short and beautiful if there is everything!
Before delivering it, it is recommended to check that the succession of arguments is temporally sequential, the syntax of each period and punctuation.