Just as the title implies, writing a paper is easy. It is all about having a plan. For this article we will assume that you already have a topic, either assigned or suggested by your teacher or professor.
First off, you need to verify all relevant data, length of paper, writing style, citation, bibliography, cover page, or any other technical aspects of the paper. After you are all set with how the paper should be structured, it is on to the most important part of writing a paper – research, because how can you write a good paper without good information. With the internet you have access to numerous resources for information, if you add in school and public library resources, then the raw material needed to put together a great paper is enormous.
Now it may seem like a bit of information overload so after you have gathered all of your information it is time to start writing a draft. Some people like to jump right into writing the paper, but I have learned that writing a draft allows me to gather my thoughts and provide a more refined final product. Once you complete your draft you should read it over to see what you think and if possible have someone else give it a read and provide feedback. There are also online tools that you can use to help with your paper, one such tool is Grammarly https://www.grammarly.com/ which is a tool that can help point out grammatical mistakes you may have missed. After working through however many drafts you decide to do, take all those revisions and put together your final product. Make sure to include all the necessary components like cover page, citations, and bibliography, if required.
When you first discover you have to write a paper it can be overwhelming, but if you break it down it can be pretty easy.
So, as always . . . good luck.