"Many people find Mathematics and Natural Science very convincing.
However, many of these same people would say that they don't have a strong understanding of either of these two fields.
That might help me say interesting things later on in the essay--for example in the conclusion.) -Narrow in on one aspect which is particularly interesting. What is your short answer to the prescribed title, your thesis.
(You might decide, by the end of your essay, that your initial thinking was wrong, but you should know the point your claims are going to be supporting).
Examples should be personal, specific, precise and real. Did you have a conversation with your or hear a story from your grandfather?
These are evidence from your own life rather than examples from Darwin or Lincoln.
Before you can begin your real/final essay, you’ll want to look at the Prescribed Title (something like: and think about it. Now, take your prescribed title and choose two AOKs to explore it with (here are my notes: Mathematics, Human sciences, Natural Sciences, the Arts, Ethics, Indigenous Knowledge Systems, Religious Knowledge Systems, or History).
Or you can use WOKs: (again here are my notes: Emotion, Faith, Sense perception, Reason, Imagination, Intuition, Language, Memory). I normally recommend exploring just 2 Ao K's in the main body of your essay and then include a few insights into WOKs around the edges (more on this in a bit).
Both of these fields rely on rigorous methodologies." -Define one or two of the key terms in the title.
Here I might define Mathematics and Natural Science. I might not include that definition in my essay, but I would like to know whether there are any conflicting definitions.