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Comparison Paragraph Two People

Garcellano BSCE-2A What is a paragraph? A paragraph is a group of sentences that are all about one specific idea. It should begin with a topic sentence, that is, a sentence which addresses the subject of the paragraph. The other sentences in the paragraph should supply information that helps to explain the topic. How long should a paragraph be? There is no set length for a paragraph, but, generally, three full sentences are considered...

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that you understand the following concepts: Five-paragraph essay structure (introduction, body, conclusion) Effective paragraphs Topic sentences/closing remarks Coherence, unity, adequate development Comparison strategy Use of either the block or alternating pattern to compare two items/concepts/ideas Topic: Choose one of the following topics: Two sportscasters (or news commentators or talk show hosts) The physical or mental demands of two jobs Male and female styles of conversation Online...

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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 sentence. In order to determine whether a paragraph is well developed or not, ask yourself: "What main point am I trying to convey here?" (Topic sentence) and then "Does every sentence clearly relate...

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Comparison of Two Theories

Comparison of Two Theories PSY/405 Dr. Judith Sugg Comparison of Two Theories Humanistic and existentialism theories postulate a holistic approach to understanding and determining personality, and the psychological health of the whole person (Feist & Feist, 2009). Abraham Maslow, Gordon Allport, Carl Rogers, Rollo May, and others are theorist of this school of thought (Feist & Feist, 2009, p. 275). It is also known as the third force in psychology with the first force as psychoanalysis...

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Classification of Paragraph

Classification of Paragraph A paragraph has nine classifications. Each of these paragraphs has its own characteristics. Narrative paragraphs are usually written in a chronological order. It reveals what a reader should learn from a particular story. The narrative makes the reader more involved, helps an idea get across or feels emotionally about it. It needs to explain who is in the story, tell what is happening and when it happened. The topic sentence should be clear so that the reader knows...

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Comparison of two Religions

 Assignment 1: Comparison of Two Religions The purpose of this paper is to select two (2) religions from those that we have studied so far. The religions I have chosen are Confucianism and Buddhism. First I will identify the cultural and geographical origin of each religion. Secondly, identify and describe at least three (3) specific religious practices of each religion. Thirdly, provide a specific example of how each religion is practiced in different...

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Comparison of Two Religions

 Comparison of Two Religions Strayer Univesity Rel 212 July 20, 2013 Comparison of Two Religions Daoism was originated in China, and then moved to Japan and Korea around 2000 BCE. Daoists also believe that if the dead were not honored properly their demons would come back and cause mischief; therefore, the priests would perform exorcisms and light firecrackers to ward the demons away. The emperors developed the idea of the “Mandate of Heaven” (Fisher, 2014, p. 201) which simply...

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Characteristics of a Paragraph

CHARACTERISTICS OF A PARAGRAPH Unity in paragraph Unity in the paragraph means oneness of idea. A good paragraph possesses unity when all the sentences develop the main idea. Unity in the paragraph is achieved by the use of (1) a topic sentence with its controlling idea (2) supporting details, and (3) a clinching sentence. Coherence in the paragraph The word "coherence" derived from "cohere" literally means "to hold together". If the sentences in the paragraph should relate to the topic...

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Comparison of Two Love Poems

Comparison of two love poems ‘How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.’ is a poem written in the 19th century by a poet named Elizabeth Barret Brown. Assuming that this love sonnet was written from the poets point of view this poem is about how a lady loves her lover. The title suggests that this poet will list how she loves a certain person and in how many different ways and the poem does exactly that, Elizabeth also compares her love to things that it is not possible to live without. The language...

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Paragraph and Money

Not?. Retrieved April 5th ,2011, from http://EzineArticles.com/6059365 + Word count : 546. The author : Ray Snow Money - Important or Not? A There are many people that think that we are too dependent on money in our society today. They say that people are living their lives around money. Some even go so far as to say that people that are debt free and do not owe money on anything are selfish and the only thing that they care about in their lives is money. They have said that you must have...

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