• Electronic Flyover
    parts of a paragraph correspond to the three parts of an essay. ESSAY |Body | | | |Paragraph II | |Paragraph III ...
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  • The Essay
    billions of tonnes of CO2." In that short paragraph, I have grabbed the audience's or reader's attention, made it personal to them and given factual evidence to support my case. You will find that this is a very effective opening to your speech. After the opening paragraph, you should aim to follow it up...
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  • Term Paper Pollution
    year: 2012 / 2013 Duration: 02 Hours Ӏ-/ READING COMPREHENSION: Read the text and do the activities. Pollution is the degradation of natural environment by external substances introduced directly or indirectly. Human health, ecosystem quality and aquatic and terrestrial biodiversity may be affected...
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  • Perceiving the Hidden Face
    Stephen King’s short fiction, The Man Who Loved Flowers, describes a deeply impression of a man who on the surface of normal, but underneath is a ruthless killer. The man in the story claims to love, but he commits crimes for hate. All of the other people in the story include the victim are cheated by...
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  • Testing
    The Introduction The first paragraph of the academic essay is the one that is usually the most different from the basic paragraph that we have studied. In Lessons #1 and #2, we saw that a basic paragraph had a topic sentence as its first sentence, followed by supporting sentences with supporting details...
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  • Simpson's Love
    has a diversity of insightful moments based on very short summary in the show to help the writer developing thoughts. However, the essay contains too many thoughtful ideas which made the essay ambiguous. The essay first says how “the social environment of Springfield’s Nuclear Power Plant satirizes the...
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  • An analysis of "Oreintation"
     Orientation to the absurd and ignored. An analysis of “Orientation” The short story “Orientation” can be interpreted many different ways depending on what aspect a person views the story from. The first paragraph of Daniel Orozcos’ ”Orientation” contains this irrationality, “This is your phone...
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  • Sonny Blues
    Final Exam First Draft Introduction Paragraph: Body 1 – Character Analysis: Character analysis is one way of discussing a novel or short story. Character analysis uses connection to themes in the plot; roles characters play in the text, relationships and characteristics to analyze the text. There...
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  • Eating Disorders
    polysyllabic words are used in the subheading, for example: afflict  and obsession. An opening paragraph is then introduced. Here is some  parts of the opening paragraph: “it is women who create an anorexic  environment within the home; women who project their food obsessions  onto their children and anorexic...
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  • Drug Trafficking
    “benefits”, the costs, the crime rate, the major health problems, the effects drug abuse has on teens, and the affects that drugs have on the environment. In this paragraph I will be explaining what is being purchased and distributed in the United States. People are purchasing and distributing marijuana, cocaine...
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  • Ambush by Tim O' Brien
    opposition against war with the writing. In paragraph 2 and 3, Tim O'Brien has created a flashback to present his regretful memory of the past. He was involved in the Vietnam War and accidentally killed a young man. However, paragraph 2 only consists of short sentences and without commas, it is only a...
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  • Simon
    introduction 9 11. IELTS Writing Task 2: introductions 9 12. IELTS Writing Task 2: how to write introductions 10 1. IELTS Writing Task 2: short introductions 10 13. IELTS Writing Task 2: different introductions 11 14. IELTS Writing Task 2: rules for introductions 12 15....
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  • Paragraph Organization
    PARAGRAPH ORGANISATION A. Topic sentence The topic sentence is the most important sentence in a paragraph because it contains the main idea of the paragraph. The topic sentence is usually the first sentence in the paragraph. It tells the topic sentence has two parts: the topic and the controlling...
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  • Personal Values Short Assignment for Ethics 316
    Name: Personal Values Short Answer Assignment Instructions: Please personally respond to the following three areas regarding the development of your own personal values in paragraph form. Please type in your personal response below each question (expand the space accordingly). Post your...
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  • Return to School
    professional development. Have short term and long term targets. The short term targets add up to great development over a period of time. The long term targets ensure your focus and goal. Also remember to have short term goals inbedded into your long-term goal plans for the short term goals can many times...
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  • A&P Short Story
    (my be 1 or 1 sentences):Araby and A&P are both short stories, written by famous authors. Although they were written in different times, as well as in different countries, they have many similarities. OUTLINE Title:Comparison of Araby and A&P Paragraph 1 (Introduction) Topic Sentence:Although they...
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  • Paragraph Development
    Developing Unified and Coherent Paragraphs A paragraph is unified when every sentence develops the point made in the topic sentence. It must have a single focus and it must contain no irrelevant facts. Every sentence must contribute to the paragraph by explaining, exemplifying, or expanding the topic...
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  • Patterns of Paragraph Dev't
    PATTERNS OF PARAGRAPH DEVELOPMENT 1) Narrative - An account of a sequence of events, usually in chronological order. Example : "The barber was cutting our hair, and our eyes were closed--as they are so likely to be. . . . Deep in a world of our own, he heard, from far away, a voice saying goodbye...
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  • Student : Bassam
    Introductory Paragraph : * Hook : As defined by the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary, work is a job or a task which a person does to earn money and home is a house where people live in usually with the family. * Bridge : So, work from home can be defined as earning money by doing tasks or...
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  • Sample of Lesson Plan
    format and conventions and correct sequence connectors in pairs. (measurable)   (c) expand the notes on the worksheet provided and compose a short paragraph entitled “At the paper mil” using sequence connectors individually. (measurable)   Educational Emphasis: (a) Thinking skills - Students are...
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