A step by step roadmap, with upskilling toolkits to reduce stress and raise achievement in the Extended Essay
with a clear roadmap, bite-sized tasks, and discipline-specific guidance at each stage for students.
made easy, with upskilling toolkits, guided source evaluation and a nifty browser tool.
tailored guidance for the students, when they want it.
Add sources with a single click, live evaluation of sources, analyze the relevance of the source to their essay, map arguments from different sources and much more..
Starting with a brainstorm of many ideas, students learn the process of choosing a topic area and formulating an initial research question.
Through guided preliminary reading, they further refine their RQ by assessing it for scope, relevance, feasibility, and subject context.
A guided process of identifying components in the RQ which need background research by asking close-ended relevant questions, learning how to evaluate sources and research using research tool for ongoing source evaluation.
Students will enable themselves to structure their arguments based on how they will order them in their extended essay and add arguments in each section (introduction, body, and conclusion) based on a checklist.
A step by step guide to understand and avoid fallacies in the essay, determine the tone and language, cite sources and finally create the first draft using a checklist.
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