10 GREAT ACES ASPIRE ARTICLES ✩ By Yaapoa Seidu  

1. Trendy Food Spots by V. Yakubu

This article begins with a note that is common to be relatable among the target readers which helps the reader become more interested in reading the article. 

I like the fact that it has a good overview on why the places recommended were chosen, and because it doesn’t just say: “this place is good!” and then “this place is also good!”.  

Instead, it provides a good review that brings out the uniqueness in each food location. 

2. Noughts and Crosses Book Review by Wunbeni Abubakari

I enjoyed reading this book review as the writer of the review managed to do a good analysis and shares just enough information about the book so that you can understand the review without sharing too many spoilers.  

3. A Passion for fashion by I. Sajowa

I liked reading this article as the writer manages to share so much without writing too much and making the writing drag on throughout. Another thing that I liked is how the catchy rhyming title really caught my attention and I think that many other readers would be drawn to this article just by glancing at the title, as I was. 

4. 5 Things to Boost Your Design Skills by T. Williams

In my opinion, at the beginning the writer did a good job reassuring the reader that the advice given is guaranteed to be helpful and most readers will be inclined to read this article to the end. Also, the layout of the writing (not including the photos or design of the page) is organised and easy to follow which made reading this article a more fun experience. 

5. A World Without Black People

This article has an amazing way of showing how the world would be without so many creative black inventors. I also really liked that the story was inspired by a popular piece of poetry. As a young black person myself, the title intrigued me and I feel that it would make lots of other readers eager to read on. 

6. International Women’s Day by B. Yakubu

What I really like about this article is how every description is started with a quote from each of the inspirational women of colour. It was fun to read about why the writer was inspired by them and what they did that reflects their good qualities.  

7. Muhammad Ali by Yemdana

This article is quite well written and very interesting to read. I particularly enjoyed reading the end of the article as I felt that the conclusion provides a great summary of the main points raised in the article. 

8. The Benefits of Chess by C. Roberts

In this article a lot of persuasive language is used to get the reader to want to try out chess; it is portrayed in a very positive way and I just think that it really highlights all the many benefits of playing chess. 

9. Black Panther: The Hype Explained by E. Omitogun

I enjoyed reading this review a lot; I thought that it was really good at showcasing and explaining why the Black Panther movie was great, and why it received so much attention. The writer did a good job in drawing the attention of the reader from the beginning till the end by using a good selection of language and pinpointing the interesting aspects of the movie. 

10. Kai on Lessons from Rio 2016 Olympics

The style of biographic writing used in this article makes it very informative, and I like how the writer uses Mo Farah’s biography to help show what makes him an inspiring idol and role model. It’s helpful that it is explained what perspective the writer has as it makes it easier to relate. 

1. Trendy Food Spots by V. Yakubu

This article begins with a note that is common to be relatable among the target readers which helps the reader become more interested in reading the article. 

I like the fact that it has a good overview on why the places recommended were chosen, and because it doesn’t just say: “this place is good!” and then “this place is also good!”.  

Instead, it provides a good review that brings out the uniqueness in each food location. 

2. Noughts and Crosses Book Review by Wunbeni Abubakari

I enjoyed reading this book review as the writer of the review managed to do a good analysis and shares just enough information about the book so that you can understand the review without sharing too many spoilers.  

3. A Passion for fashion by I. Sajowa

I liked reading this article as the writer manages to share so much without writing too much and making the writing drag on throughout. Another thing that I liked is how the catchy rhyming title really caught my attention and I think that many other readers would be drawn to this article just by glancing at the title, as I was. 

4. 5 Things to Boost Your Design Skills by T. Williams

In my opinion, at the beginning the writer did a good job reassuring the reader that the advice given is guaranteed to be helpful and most readers will be inclined to read this article to the end. Also, the layout of the writing (not including the photos or design of the page) is organised and easy to follow which made reading this article a more fun experience. 

5. A World Without Black People

This article has an amazing way of showing how the world would be without so many creative black inventors. I also really liked that the story was inspired by a popular piece of poetry. As a young black person myself, the title intrigued me and I feel that it would make lots of other readers eager to read on. 

6. International Women’s Day by B. Yakubu

What I really like about this article is how every description is started with a quote from each of the inspirational women of colour. It was fun to read about why the writer was inspired by them and what they did that reflects their good qualities.  

7. Muhammad Ali by Yemdana

This article is quite well written and very interesting to read. I particularly enjoyed reading the end of the article as I felt that the conclusion provides a great summary of the main points raised in the article. 

8. The Benefits of Chess by C. Roberts

In this article a lot of persuasive language is used to get the reader to want to try out chess; it is portrayed in a very positive way and I just think that it really highlights all the many benefits of playing chess. 

9. Black Panther: The Hype Explained by E. Omitogun

I enjoyed reading this review a lot; I thought that it was really good at showcasing and explaining why the Black Panther movie was great, and why it received so much attention. The writer did a good job in drawing the attention of the reader from the beginning till the end by using a good selection of language and pinpointing the interesting aspects of the movie. 

10. Kai on Lessons from Rio 2016 Olympics

The style of biographic writing used in this article makes it very informative, and I like how the writer uses Mo Farah’s biography to help show what makes him an inspiring idol and role model. It’s helpful that it is explained what perspective the writer has as it makes it easier to relate. 

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