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  • Useful In The Field Of Academic Writing
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    Reading the four assigned articles, to me, was equivalent to the "Reading" section of the ACT. Both seem to drag on for what seems like hours and require much re-reading to comprehend the complete message trying to be conveyed. My point is not that these articles are not worth reading. They contain valuable information about a very tough objective in academia today: writing. More directly, their focus seems to be the different methods available to help improve the writing of the up-and-coming wr...
  • Proposal For Paper Could Genocide
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    Proposal for paper Could Genocide have been prevented? Introduction - The meaning of Genocide, and the impact it has on a single person and society. - Start out with a few interesting facts about the war in Bosnia- Information on the key players that were involved in the war and genocide- Talk about how the war began / conflict of interest and religion in area. Thesis- Specifically state to the reader if there was U.N. intervention, could genocide have been avoided? - What were the reasons for l...
  • Understanding Of The Writer
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    "A good Man is Hard to Find " The reason a good man is hard to find is because if ones standards are to high their goal is almost impossible to reach. The grandmother's mindset was still in the past she falls into the old southern woman stereotype. The Southern woman wanted a religious, upstanding southern gentleman and in this day and age that type of individual is hard to find. The grandmother has a strong faith in god and it affects every aspect of her life. The misfit doesn't believe in god ...
  • Bear Human Conflict
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    Gregg Whitlock English 359 Wendy Thompson Due Date: April 1, 2005 Ecology in Context Vast arrays of environmental problems are now affecting the world. With the enclosure of more green spaces, global warming, and the extinction of animals, mankind seems intent on destroying any hope of leaving the world intact for future generations. If the world has any hope of survival we need desperately to begin to think more about ecology in order to make changes and save the world from certain destruction....
  • Article Carman
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    Article # 1 Summary In Roughing it With the Moodies By Edward A. McCourt The article In Roughing it With the Moodies is an explanatory essay on the life of female author Susanna Moodie and her family. Most of her life was spent I he backwoods of Ontario with her family. Susanna Moodie was born in England. She was born into a wealthy family and was the youngest of five children. She received a good education, more so than any of the other girls of her social standing. While in England she publish...
  • Writing About Your Own Experiences
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    How to Find A Writing Topic Problem-Solution Essays Have you ever received a problem-solution essay where you cannot think of anything to write? Although many of the forty million students in America go through this at one time or another, don't despair! There are several systematic ways to find a writing topic. Some topics take no research at all. Let's look at a few of them. First, the local newspaper may contain some interesting articles. The newspaper can be used as a utility to the writing ...
  • Kilbourne's Article
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    Through the course of Jean Kilbourne's article "Beauty... and the Beast of Advertising", she gives us an array of interesting facts, strong personal opinions, and possible dangers that stem from American advertisement. There were sections of her writing I highly enjoyed, but there were also parts that were too opinionated for my liking. However, all in all Kilbourne wrote an informative article, with a strong voice that keeps the reader interested and thinking. Therefore, I would recommend this ...
  • Element In The Toulmin Model Of Argumentation
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    This paper is a critical essay on the The New York Times Magazine article: The End Of Middle-Class America (and the Triumph of the Plutocrats) by Paul Krugman. I will be using the concepts that we have learned in class to analysis this article. The New York Times article looks at the fall of the Middle Class in the United States since the 1990's. To analyses this paper I will be referring to Aristotelian Proof and the Toulmin model. Aristotle used three terms to define the human psyche: Ethos is...
  • Author's Articles
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    From reading this article, I believe the author wants us to learn that always pressing this message of ecological history forward is the philosopher, theologian and author, Thomas Berry. Writing at the end of the millennium and overlooking the next, Berry writes a history of the North American Continent, as if told by the earth. In a chapter taken from his book, The Great Work: Our Way Into the Future, Berry uniquely chronicles the geological development of the continent. He further explains the...
  • Articles Use Pyramid Writing
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    I am going to discuss the way that two newspapers, a tabloid and a broadsheet, approach portraying the same subject. The articles I have chosen to compare discuss the eighth victim of the Washington sniper. As only about 70% of the readers continue to read the first paragraph, the headline is an important factor of the article. "The Sun" uses the headline ' Victim No 8'. As the headline is short and straight to the point it helps to provoke a reaction from the reader. It makes us feel as though ...
  • Life Of Fanny Fern
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    Sara Payson Willis Parton was a vocal feminist, constantly writing in defense of women's rights. She believed women were as smart as men, and should be allowed to follow any career they chose. She wrote about birth control, divorce, education for women, sexism in religion and marriage, and women's poverty. Her writings are very funny, and her witty criticisms and satires of sexist men drew a lot of attention. Her ideas were way ahead of her time, and people often didn't agree with her. In this e...
  • Writing Article Response Beyond Words
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    Writing Article Response Beyond Words: The Relational Dimensions of Learning to Read and Write By Judith Lysaker The article that I have chosen to discuss is called, "Beyond Words: The Relational Dimensions of Learning to Read and Write" by Judith Lysaker. The article was wonderful and brought insight to my thinking about children's learning of language arts. The article is about a young boy who is not reading or writing in class. He goes along with what the other students do, but cannot read a ...
  • Article Breaks
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    131-81 Analysis of The Union Racket There is an article in the April 24, 2000 issue of The Detroit News called The Union Racket. This article explains how the International Brotherhood of Teamsters currently stands with its lawsuit against its former president. Though the essay dose communicate many useful points, is dose a poor job of not meeting the seven failure requirements for any writing as established by Orwell. This essay breaks four of the seven rules of good writing. The first rule it ...

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