An expert tutorial : writing good term papers
The student could be struggling to find the ideal topic. They do have a great topic but had trouble finding relevant research material. They did have a good topic and have great research material but had difficulty in the actual writing a term paper. All of these issues are not insurmountable. Help is available.
Certainly your teacher or professor is your first port of call. Explain the situation. You're not asking them to write a term paper for you but simply to give you some guidance or ideas or both.
Don't copy everybody else
Now your term paper will be assessed on its own merits. But just think about the situation for a moment. If there are many other students in your class all writing about the same theme or topic as you, imagine what it's like for your teacher or professor who has to mark these papers. You don't want yours to be compared with a group of other students. Be different. Be original.
You can change horse midstream
Another problem or prejudice which many students suffer from is that they think that once they've chosen the topic they can't change it. This is not true. I mean you might choose a topic and think that it's ideal but when you start to research the background you find that the research material is not terrific or that it's difficult to get a hold of. You might even start writing the actual term paper and find that it's really hard going.
Don't be afraid to change. Of course you wouldn't do this if you were really well established as far as the writing of the term paper is concerned but if in the early stages you are having difficulties, one solution is that you drop the original topic and find another one.
You can always learn from someone else
There are heaps of examples of good term papers online. Some teachers post the best work from the students. Websites which offer writing services will put up examples of the type of work they produce. Schools and colleges have their own website with examples of the work produced by the students.
You're not looking at the term papers with a view to copying them as in plagiarism but rather to copy the good points. Look at the structure of the term paper. Ask yourself the question. Does the writer stick to the topic? Does the writer address the thesis statement? You could always learn from someone else.