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Analyzing Writing Data
Elaine Williams Allen
August 23, 2012
A balanced literacy program should contain culturally responsive writing alongside its culturally responsive reading. It is a long held belief among educators that better readers make better writers, and through daily practice this can become a reality. This paper will examine the three stages of writing, and the writing portion of the Trophy Reading
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S. Kathleen Kitao : Doshisha Women's College : Kyoto, Japan
Kenji Kitao : Doshisha University : Kyoto, Japan
Testing each skill is uniquely difficult, but testing writing presents two particular problems. The first is making decisions about the matter of control, objectivity of the evaluation, and naturalness in the writing test. If you decide to test writing in a controlled way and in a way that can be graded objectively, you must do so in a way that does not necessarily reflect how the writing is used by the students in the real world. If, on the other hand, you test writing in a way that would reflect how the students use writing in the real world, it is difficult to
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Creative Writing 101
This lesson covers the reasons for writing and the basic types of creative writing, and how to choose the best type(s) for you.
Why do you want to write?
What do you want to write?
Non-fiction (autobiography, biography, cookbooks, history, how-to, journal, travelogue etc.)
Fiction (novels, novellas and short stories etc.)
Verse (songs, blank verse, rhyming poetry, rhyming stories etc.)
Other (novelisations, spin-offs, fan-fic, scripts etc.)
Why Do You Want to Write?
You're taking a course on creative writing, so it seems you want to write. The question is, why?
There are lots of different reasons for wanting to write. Here are
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Professor Lydia Gardner
Writing is a process that take practice to perfect. Like everybody, my writing has it's srenghths and weaknesses. In order to understand your writing strenghts and weaknesses,you must know your learning style.Knowing your learning style can help you learn how you think, how you work and how you write.My writing characteristics are
independent, rational and concrete are my three best writing strenghths, here is three reasons why i agree.
.According to my results i am a independent
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Mennesker i verden.
How can I write a critical essay? Actually, writing such an article is very simple if you know the main characteristics of an essay. For sure, you have learned how to write the introduction, the body and the conclusion parts. Now, it is time to get familiar with the critical essay which considerably differs from other types of writing that are likely to be assigned during the studying process. Actually, its main goal is to provide an analysis of the article that you wish to work with in the future. Let us summarize the main steps in writing a critical essay and learn a tip or two to perfect your writing skills.
1. Study your topic interest. This gives you an edge
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Effective Business Writing
Skillful business writing involves getting your message across simply and quickly.
This often means writing in a style that is easily read and understood by a broad audience. Yet, writing simply is often difficult for most of us.
Why? The answer lies in our school education. We learnt that if we used big words and complex sentences, we were more likely to get an â€˜Aâ€™ by our English teacher. The education system taught us that people who use a broad range of vocabulary are more intelligent that the rest of us.
There is nothing wrong with writing beautifully pieces of prose that feature a stunning range of vocabulary knowledge. However, such writing is
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Academic writing in English is linear, which means it has one central point or theme with every part contributing to the main line of argument, without digressions or repetitions. Its objective is to inform rather than entertain. As well as this it is in the standard written form of the language.There are eight main features of academic writing that are often discussed. Academic writing is to some extent: complex, formal, objective, explicit, hedged, and responsible. It uses language precisely and accurately.
Written language is relatively more complex than spoken language. Written language has longer words, it is lexically denser and it has a more varied
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In many legal settings specialized forms of written communication are required. In many others, writing is the medium in which a lawyer must express their analysis of an issue and seek to persuade others on their clients' behalf. Any legal document must be concise, clear, and conform to the objective standards that have evolved in the legal profession.
There are generally two types of legal writing. The first type requires a balanced analysis of a legal problem or issue. Examples of the first type are inter-office memoranda and letters to clients. To be effective in this form of writing, the lawyer must be sensitive to the needs, level of interest and
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What is Journal Writing?
Journal writing is a series of written passages that document the personal events, thoughts, feelings, memories, and perceptions in one’s journey throughout life. Through journal writing you can sort through problems and come to a deeper understanding of yourself or the issues that a person may be dealing with.
The word journal comes from the French word journee, which means from sunrise to sunset.
It is important to remember that this technique is used to strengthen the bond of honesty between your mind and soul.
By being able to read your journal, the writer is able to perceive experiences more clearly and feel less stressed, having
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“Invention” or “Discovery” is the means whereby a writer or orator either finds (discovers) or creates (invents) content. In academic writing or speaking, invention often is thought to begin with research, but students also use invention techniques to help them prepare for research. Invention fosters critical thinking skills, so that as students do their research, they are more open to various problems and perspectives and more able to connect what they learn to their personal experiences and knowledge; invention also helps writers or speakers narrow a topic, clarify a thesis, develop ideas, or find arguments. In addition, once some preliminary reading or drafting is done, invention
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Why has life writing become one of literatureâ€™s most controversial and contested genres? Discuss with reference to two of the following concepts: memory, identity, subjectivity, hoax, authenticity, â€˜truthâ€™, or trauma.
Life writing has long existed in the world of literature. Where once it was confined to the autobiographies, memoirs, and diaries of women before feminism, since the 1990â€™s it has exploded into a phenomenon that covers many different sub genres and medium. (Douglas, K. 2009. p. 2) Its popularity, however, has caused it to come under scrutiny, and in recent times it has become one of literatureâ€™s most controversial and contested genres. The concepts of memory and
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Negro writing has varied greatly throughout the times. Richard Wright and Alain Locke have introduced us to three of these negroes and the basis of their writing . They are the old negro , the new negro of the harlem renaissance and the modern negro . the old negro is that which struggled with oppression hence most of his pieces were geared toward their oppressors and their feelings on the matter , The new negro is a descendant of the old negro however their focus is inward on self and heritage often times finding themselves on a journey to discover who they are and their correlation to Africa . Lastly is the modern negro whose sole focus is on making a name for themselves as a person not
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Technical Writing and Writing a Technical Report
[pic]Understand the type of technical report you are writing.
Technical reports come in all shapes and sizes, but they all share the same goal of communicating information clearly. Deciding what type of document you need to write is an important first step as it influences your approach.
For example, the following demand different approaches.
Reporting Research Findings
These documents describe the work done to gather information in the laboratory or field. They can be simple recording or data or more thorough and include: the problem or issue examined, the method or equipment used, the data collected and the implications.
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PRINCIPLES OF WRITING:
1. Clarity- It is the clarity of thought and expression.
(a) Clarity of thought: This is important when the idea is being generated in the mind of the sender. At this stage, three points should be checked upon.
(i) One is supposed to be clear about the objective of the communication. This begins with the generation of an idea in the mind of the transmitter. The writer should be able to answer the : What is the objective of writing
(ii)What is to be communicated? E.g. A song, play, poem etc.
(iii) Which medium is appropriate for the purpose of communication? E.g. letters
( b) Clarity of expression
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Axia College Material
Business Writing Portfolio
XCOM/285 Essentials of Managerial Communication
Capstone Checkpoint: Reflection
Reflecting back on the techniques and various writing skills gained throughout this course will have me prepared for future courses and in my future careers. Learning the functions of managerial communications, and the trends of communication in business have given me a head start in areas that most people may not have if they didn’t take a course like xcom 285. Business writing is very important in the workforce, and knowing the different types of using effective messages can have a great impact on your
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papers that I have written, I find that research is the most important aspect of any paper. After the research is completed I place myself in the scenario in which I am writing and live out the story as if I were actually there. I add my feelings into the paper. This subject of affirmative action is very real to me, because I grew up doing part of that timeline and really understand and have experienced the pros and cons of affirmative action. When writing, first I always try to pick a topic that I have experienced. Second, I research my topic, and finally involve my experience into the paper, which adds a personal touch to my writing style. This is the process that completes my style of writing, could there be improvements to this process? Yes, there is always room for improvement.
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Perspective Writing Of the characters in the story, I was least offensive to Elizabeth. I admire her courage and her willingness to do what needed to be done. She saw that her love, Geoffrey, was in need and she was willing to go the distance for him. Elizabeth's love for Geoffrey prompted her to obtain the glasses that he was so helpless without, regardless of what she had to do to obtain them. Whether it meant stealing from someone else. I'm not saying that her actions were just, but she felt that in this situation she had to do what she had to do, and that's what I feel true love is all about.Ivan, seemingly a cold-hearted man, is actually playing it smart. Elizabeth asks if she can
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* FROM SUBJECT TO TOPIC
* A topic is a narrow branch of the subject ( it is important to have a very specific topic, DO NOT BE BROAD)
* IT IS ESSENTIAL TO NARROW DOWN YOU TOPIC
* Ex: General Topic: media → Narrowed Topic: Commercials → Even More Narrow: How commercials manipulate their audience → Super narrow: How breakfast cereal commercials manipulate primary school children into eating sugary foods
* There is never a limit to how narrow you can get with your topic
* The topic determines what area you will discuss, but not the position you will pursue
* Begin with a narrow topic before singling out your thesis
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Name: Deekai Gbonimy
Course: Introducing to College Writing
Professor: Christopher Burlingame
Date: Oct 21, 2015
Now We Are Five
I learn that the author (David Sedaris) is known for his socially insensitive satire, shared blunt and self-deprecating stories, but his most memorable moments is center around Now We Are Five. In Now We Are Five, David talk about how he and his family coped with his younger sister’s suicide this summer. The author also let his audience know about his crazy family that contain six children and things that happen before the death of his younger sister Tiffany. Mr. David Sedaris is the oldest of a big
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Use this Sample Basic Essay as a Model
The essay below demonstrates the principles of writing a basic essay. The different parts of the essay have been labeled. The thesis statement is in bold, the topic sentences are in italics, and each main point is underlined. When you write your own essay, of course, you will not need to mark these parts of the essay unless your teacher has asked you to do so. They are marked here just so that you can more easily identify them.
"A dog is man's best friend." That common saying may contain some truth, but dogs are not the only animal friend whose companionship people enjoy. For many people, a cat is their best friend. Despite what dog lovers may
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Running head: APA STYLE FOR RESEARCH REPORTS 1
Introduction to APA Publication
Style for Research Reports in Psychology
Dawn M. McBride
Illinois State University
APA STYLE FOR RESEARCH REPORTS 2
The purpose of this paper is to describe and model APA-style of writing for research reports. Each section of an APA-style paper is described and is written according to the APA-style guidelines to allow you to use it as a model. The Abstract summarizes the main points of the paper in 120 or fewer words. The Introduction should describe the research topic and hypotheses and the support for
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(written after you group your paragraphs): a paragraph theses is a summation of all the analysis you have, or a summary of what is in the paragraph you have written; argument for the paragraph (topic sentence).
9. Write body paragraphs (using all the previous steps)
10. Write the paper theses!: go back to your topic question, answer it in one sentence by compiling all of your paragraph theses. This way, you are being more honest to the story, and arrive at an answer to your theses you didn’t even know.
11. Write your introductory paragraph
12. Write your transition sentences: connecting two body paragraphs together, with the ending sentence of the first paragraph that leads you into the second one. Ex, As Hemingway uses a bead curtain as a symbol of escape, so to does he use the train station as a metaphor.
13. Write your conclusion paragraph
14. Go back and edit ☺
(Note: don’t worry about the active voice, just write and change later on. As time continues, writing in active voice will become easier)
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Unit 3: Individual Project
English Composition 11
By: Yvette E. Jackson
From my individual project two I was ask to research a topic for my individual project three; I have chosen to researched and read several different items dealing with parenting to reducing juvenile delinquency in our youth of this world. In my project I will discuss how the parents are and very well should be there child’s number one roll model starting from the day the parents find out that they are having a child. In my project I will talk about varies ways that
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Friday Sept. 14, 2012
Traveling to Europe
Hearing “Gate 7” over the loud intercom sent shivers down my spine. My family of six sat down in our tightly packed blue seats and waited for the plane to take off. I was in shock that I was actually going to fly across the world into an unknown place. Just a twelve hour flight until we would be landing in Frankfort, Germany.
We arrived in Germany during the afternoon later that day. We were taken from comfortable to unfamiliar, surrounded by foreign language and generic Hollister brand clothing. I was stopped in my place. I didn't know how to take it; even the smell was different. We were
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Academic Writing Paper
Extra-curricular Enhance Student’s Academic Performances
Name : Mohammad zulfarhi bin jasni
Id No : 19034
Program : business information system
For the evaluation of Ms. Azelin Mohamed Noor
Date : 15 / 04 / 2015
Extra-curricular Enhance Student’s Academic Performances
Extra-curricular activities are activities performed by students that fall outside the realm of the normal curriculum of the school (Adeyemo, 2010). Basically, it is an enrichment facilities that offered by educational facilities to help promote skills and high level of thinking for students. The way students choose to spend
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My Feeling with Writing
I feel comfortable with writing now. Before I took the ESL 106, I was afraid of writing an essay. However, writing is interesting to me after ESL 106. Writing is always difficult and complicated, especially to people whose language is not English. I am from Vietnam. My first language is not English; therefore, I had a lot of difficulties in expanding my writing idea and organizing an essay orderly. After studying ESL 106 class, I knew many essay styles in English; such as comparison essay, cause and effect essay, and example essay. Even though I had studied those essays before ESL 106, I still did not know how to write a perfect essay. Studying ESL 106 class, I had
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Writing and Myself
Matthew McMahonUNIV104-1402B-18: Academic and Career SuccessJune 22, 2014 |
When I first enrolled into this course, I felt all different kinds of emotions and wasn’t exactly sure what to expect from UNIV104. I would have thoughts in my head leading up to this class spinning in my head every night before the first day. Some thoughts like, “Maybe this will be my best class!” and “This class will be easy because I love writing!” were good thoughts that helped me boost my confidence about my college course. Other thoughts loomed in my head as well such as, “Do I really belong in this class?”, and “I’m probably going to fail this class with just one assignment
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The Audience and Writing
Audience. Just one word yet it stirs frighteningly confusing images of perplexing thoughts in my mind. The word alone is strange, but when put in context of an essay it leaves me baffled and frustrated[d1] . The questions; “What is Audience?” “Why do I need it?” and, “What purpose does it serve?” are important to my finally some day understanding the concept of Audience, but at this point I can’t answer them fully[d2] . I can grasp the understanding of all the other aspects of writing an essay, although I may not incorporate them well in my paper at least I see why they are important. Audience, to me, is not so easy to understand.
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Writing for the Screen I was sitting down one day watching a movie in the theater and I had noticed how insignificant and how bland it was. There really didn't seem to be much essence, not much feeling of intense emotions in it that really needed to be applied to the subject matter. I felt very inspired to act upon this and correct it. To make what is meant to be said in the film and tell the truth of the heart of the matter.This movie was one of those blockbuster genre movies that seemed as if it was 'cooked up' and formulated out of a factory just as the last dozen were in the past. It reminded me of those 'cookie cutter' popular formulated teenage love/horror/pseudo movies that have
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Reading and Writing Development
AED 202 -Child Development
One learns to speak to express one’s feelings and communicate with others. One learns skills that are vital to the development of literacy during early language development. Reading and writing are essential to help one function not only in school, but on the job and out in society as well. Introduction to reading from an early age helps a child throughout different stages of development as well as of different stages in his or her life.
The two age groups that I find to be the most interesting would be Early Childhood (two-six years) and Middle Childhood (six-ten years). Even though these two age groups are very
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Knowing the rules of letter-writing is, in that sense, akin to knowing the rules of page layout or web design — the format of the document should support and clarify the content.
From top to bottom, a formal letter contains the following elements:
Return address and date: (Upper right hand corner) Once upon a time, this was necessary in case the letter became separated from the envelope, but I doubt that happens much any more. Even so, this is where your reader is going to look to find your address and the date the letter was written, so it should be there.
Mailing address of recipient: (Left-hand side, one line below the return address) This identifies the recipient of the letter
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DEATH AND THE KING’S HORSEMAN AND A GRAIN OF WHEAT
Various kinds of writing exist and these types of writing are very different from one another in terms of the techniques that writers use in a specific genre. In order to gain an understanding of certain texts, the most important part lies in the reading of that text. Looking at two types of writing, namely a play (Death and the King’s Horseman) and a novel (A Grain of Wheat), the essay will explore the ways in which a playwright and a novelist deploy key stylistic and dramatic effects and how plays and novels function through a key passage in each of these writings.
A key passage for me in Death and the King’s Horseman is found at
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I have had extreme difficulty in determining what is good use in writing. My idea of good use, what it is based on, what it is good for, and how do you learn it or engage it in practice are difficult concepts for me to try and give answers to. I do not believe I am any position to judge writings and say what is and isnÃt good use. However, I guess I am going to try, for there are some pretty serious issues at hand such as getting along with others, being taken seriously in language and writing, and issues of truth, value, social position, and understanding. This is some pretty serious stuff. If good use is that important then why am I having such a difficult time determining what it is? If
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Adaptive Writing StyleTechnical communication-or technical writing, which ever you would prefer to call it, is designated to target certain experts or specialist in a particular field. The purpose is to deliver technical information to readers (or listeners or viewers) in a manner that is adapted to their needs, level of understanding, and background. Some key areas to be covered in this report would be; the report topic, target audience, vocabulary, sentence length and report type.Select a topic that you are familiar with or do extensive research on the topic if need be. Decide what subject your are going to write about and narrow it down as much as possible. Define what the report will
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ï»¿Developing Research Paper Writing Skills
This assignment sequence, though it is a particularly challenging area for non-native speakers, is also a sequence that would be helpful for native speakers. The sequence will take one week, and should be taught after students have engaged in research, chosen a thesis and composed an outline for their paper. The assignment will assist them in beginning to write paragraphs that effectively use source material in the context of a paragraph. The supplementary signal phrase resource provides non-native speakers with the language they need to effectively transition into a piece of source information within a paragraph.Using Source Information in
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Style in Writing
Do the styles around us influence the way we think and the way we speak and write? From the time of elementary school to the present, people learn different styles. We learn how to use different styles at different times. People take these different styles and apply them into writing and conversations.
Society has made certain styles more appropriate at times then other styles. For example we speak differently at church then we speak at a bar. Society sets standards on where we use a certain style. Imagine if somebody at church was swearing consistently in a conversation. Everybody would think he was rude and would talk about him after he left. But if this guy was in a
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Associate Level Material
Business Writing Portfolio
XCOM/285 Essentials of Managerial Communication
University of Phoenix
During this course XCOM/285 Essentials of Managerial Communication I have learned many new tools that I really never paid attention to before. I have been working in an office for ten years now and I realized that when we hear the work communication we automatically think about a phone conversation, email between people, or just a meeting in person. Taking this class has really opened up my eyes and that communication is really not only about how you feel about something and the way that you communicate it is the way that you can
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Dialogue in Writing Example
Dialogue Example Writing with Dialogue These paragraphs from The Phantom Tollbooth, by Norton Juster, have been placed in a table to explain who is talking and how to use punctuation. (Narrative is in black. Milo's dialogue is in blue. The Watchdog's dialogue is in red. Punctuation marks are in bold purple to help you see where they are placed.) Character Narrator The story text Punctuation comments
Milo's eyes opened wide, for there in front of him There are no " " because the narrator is describing the action in was a large dog with a perfectly normal head, four this paragraph. feet, and a tail--and the body of a loudly ticking alarm clock. "What are you
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Free writing (Karen E. Meissen)
Karen Meissen was an inspiring teacher because she was a family and an amazing teacher is does things to people and won’t let anything to expect anything back .She would stop by to anyone’s house and give something to them when they are not feeling well and would not expect anything return. She just go far and beyond there isn’t anyone like Karen Meissen she is amazing Mother, Teacher, Friend, family friend,. Karen would come to my volleyball, softball, basketball games when I use to play, she would bring her daughter Katelyn went to work with and Karen I would come in and her daughter would come and play games with me, and I would have a fun day would just
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WRITING ABOUT FICTION
Demystifying the process
Writing an analysis of a piece of fiction can be a mystifying process. First, literary analyses (or
papers that offer an interpretation of a story) rely on the assumption that stories must mean
something. How does a story mean something? Isn’t a story just an arrangement of characters
and events? And if the author wanted to convey a meaning, wouldn’t he or she be much better
off writing an essay just telling us what he or she meant?
It’s pretty easy to see how at least some stories convey clear meanings or morals. Just think
about a parable like the prodigal son or a nursery tale about “crying wolf.” Stories like these are
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African Writing in English
Dinesen, Isak, pseudonym of Baroness Karen Christence Blixen-Finecke, née Dinesen (1885-1962), Danish writer, born in Rungsted. She studied painting in various European cities. In 1914 she married her cousin, Baron Bror Blixen-Finecke, and went to live in British East Africa (now Kenya) on a coffee plantation. After her divorce in 1921 she remained in Africa, returning to Denmark in 1931. Her first book of stories, Seven Gothic Tales (1934), dealt in highly polished and subtle prose with the world of the supernatural, as did most of her later fiction. Out of Africa (1937), which was made into a movie released in 1985, was based on her experiences on the
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WRITING BY THOMAS
Modern lifestyles mean that many parents have little time for their children. Many children suffer because they do not get as much attention from their parents as children did in the past.
Do you agree or disagree?
It is obvious that in recent decades, human beings have gotten many benefits from modern life and many of them have taken these advantages to develop themselves. For example, in modern life, people have good educational conditions, advanced health care services and etc. However, there haven’t been few ideas which argue that as result of modern life, many children get hurt because they don’t get as much attention from their parents as those who used to
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Writing an Argument
Decision to Pursue an MBA
September 7th, 2011
Writing an Argument
Deciding to pursue a master’s degree in Business Administration is a decision worth sincerely contemplating. Not only may it boost in your self-esteem but you will obtain satisfaction for your ability to get recognized professionally. It can be an effective tool to enhance or advance one's career if carefully researched career goals are considered. It is an enormous commitment of time, personal sacrifice and financial investment and those who consider pursing it need to consider its value prior to pursing it. This brings me to discuss why I want
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work on this project has prepared you for advanced or scholarly writing in your specific field or profession. You should address specific examples from your project: you may refer to the material you copied in and/or provide summaries or short quotations of your other writing from your project.
A. I took some steps to start writing my paper, and make it as organized as possible. My first step was that I organized my essay, and realized exactly the key points that I will be talking about and the order I will putting them in, and how to make the flow of ideas as smooth as possible. I just create a list of all the ideas that I would like to menton in my essay, and the second step is when I
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Thomas Hardy's Writing "It is not Fate but the Way People Behave that Controls Events in
Thomas Hardy's Writing."
Thomas Hardy lived in the 19th century. He was born in 1840 and died
in 1928 at the age of 88. Thomas Hardy wrote many books, and made a
series of short stories in 3 volumes. He married his first wife Emma
in 1874. He then remarried to Florence Dugdale in 1914, after Emma
died in 1912.
Thomas Hardy bases a lot of his stories in a fictional area which he
calls Wessex. Wessex was actually the
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Arzo Gardezi English courseSocial networkingLife in the 21st centuryDo you want to waste your valuable time on social media? Do you think twittering or facebooking for a few hours a day is "no big deal"? If you answered "yes" to this question then you're making a horrendous mistake! Social networking is not something that you can do, because firstly in my judgement using text message ruins people's writing skills. However, during the first decade of the 21st century a popular an outstanding word has come into our vocabulary the word is facebook. This is one of the admirable social networking on the internet. Well if you haven't heard about facebook until reading this, then you must have
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Emilio RuizCollege WritingMarch 9th, 2014Sequential Writing AssignmentRacism has been around for Centuries now and it still has not ended. I can relate with Joe from the short story "Champion Of The World" where he was hated by all the Whites during the World War Era. Joe fought for his and all of his families lives. To this day, you still see racism wherever you go. Coming from an Hispanic backround with my mother coming from Argentina and my father coming from The Dominican Republic, I experienced quite a few racist encounters.The short story "Champion Of The World" is about a championship fight between a white man and a the Heavyweight champion Joe who is also known as the "Brown Bomber
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Essay KingAmerican LitanyMrs. Director2/15/05Whitman EssayWalt Whitman is a great poet. He has a very dramatic approach to his writing. The way in which he structures his poems into stanzas and sentences give you a since of how the narrator is, the way in which he uses his narrator is similar to Dickinson except it tends to be more from living people or inanimate objects, and the title of his writings give you a sense of what the poem is about before you even begin to read. These three approaches make Whitman a good poet.The way in which Whitman structures his sentences poems give you a sense of the emotion of the poem. When his poems are in nice, neat, sentences, and stanzas the poem is
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BA411: TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
WRITING ASSIGNMENT: ADAYANA AUTOMOTIVE
MARCH 31, 2014
Adayana makes e-learning happen. The firm develops interactive training programs delivered through websites and software as well as classroom-based courses. Adayana learning services include content development, strategic and marketing consulting, managed learning services, and technology integration. It targets specific vertical markets around the world such as food, agriculture, automotive services, government, and health care, with clients including Jiffy Lube, Goodyear, and the US Army.
In the specific case of Adayana Automotive, now simply Adayana since its