One of the most important things you should do to make your history paper great is to work on a coherent and strong introduction. Start off your paper with something that stimulates and challenges the mind of your reader. Get rid of any garbage; you do not want to bore your reader by showing him or her that you have nothing of substance as far as the history topic is concerned. Start your paper by getting directly to the point. Your opening sentence should tell your reader what you are going to talk about in your paper; it should clear the way for you to present your theme statement in the rest of the introduction paragraph.

Your message should be stated very clearly. It doesn’t matter whether it is just an exam essay or a senior thesis you are dealing with, it must have a taking point. You should not go about writing everything that you know on the topic; you should be very specific. What is it that you are trying to prove to your readers? Your thesis is actually your position regarding the subject at hand or the case that you will be arguing out to your audience. Make sure your beginning answers your important research question. Develop your thesis as you progress with your paper, do not lose touch with your reader. Ensure you move with him/her from paragraph to paragraph.

You should stick to analyzing rather than just summarizing and mere narrating. Get deeper and explain the origin and significance of historical events. Enlighten your reader on those relationships or distinctions that are not obvious at first glance. Evaluate credible sources assigning significance to causes as well as weighing competing explanations. You do not have to give a very long summary before getting to your analysis for your professor to see that you actually know the facts. Try as hard as possible to present your analysis as soon as start writing your paper, and in fact, it is allowed to begin analyzing even without any summary. As long as you do a good analysis, your facts will be seen clearly. It is therefore important to note that the greater part of your “A” lies in the body part.

You also need to be precise when writing your paper. Avoid making empty generalizations and using vague statements; your reader will get the impression that you did not invest enough time to understand the material. Be particular when it comes to detail, do not use grandiose trans-generalizations that you cannot find material to prove. And as you argue out your points, you need to crosscheck all the resources that you are making reference to just to be certain you are citing a reliable source.

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