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  • Reflections

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    REFLECTION I would say that my strengths as a writer is the ability to tell a story, my organization, my ability to successfully incorporate my own experiences in my essay, and my ability to be creative with my essays I guess. I think I do a pretty good job in telling stories about my past experiences and being descriptive as I tell the story. I think telling a story is a good way to keep the reader interested and maybe they can relate to my essays more. I think I also do a good job supporting the topic with my past experiences and I think it makes the essay all the more better. I thin

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    Writting Process

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    As I begin to write an essay or even a paper. I get the topic, analyze the topic and get my brain thinking about how to start the topic. Normally the only organization that I do is while I am writing. As I write I think about the things to come, if it doesn’t come to me right away I normally stop and concentrate. I then continue on with my writing. I feel most comfortable writing at a place that I am familiar with. Comfort, a sense of security and quiet, really help me to concentrate. I don’t write well when I am surrounded by multiple conversations, but I can overlook them if I have too. T

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    Importance Of Writing

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    Writing is among the most important skills a person can learn in life along with counting and reading. In the 2003 NY times article “Writing in Schools Is Found both Dismal and Neglected”, the author Tamar Lewin says: “Writing is the mechanism through which students learn to connect dots in their knowledge”. It is a way to put thoughts into a form everyone understands. It is a way to organize our mind and express the way we feel. According to Lewin, writing has been abandoned in public schools in the United States. Teachers are not encouraging students to write in classes such as math, hist

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    Classfication

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    Classification When our rooms are filled with various kinds of object and get dirty, we would clean it up, separating all the objects and then putting away into the same categorized groups. It is called Classification. Without division, in writing, there is no classification. So, segmenting a big component into its parts is for division and then gathering the divided component to classify. By doing that, we can conceive the topic clearly for our audience and the structure would be more rational and systematical. Classification is a strong proof to show the ways and tendencies about life

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    What Is Writing

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    Writing is a way that people communicate with each other. People used writing since ancient times to record, communicate and express their selves. We write because we are responding to something. While writing feels like a separating, individual act in fact it is really a social act, a way in which we can respond to the people and the world around us. Writing always happens in a exact, often given background. We are not just writing, we are always writing to an audience for some particular purpose. Our writing is always controlled by a particular background. When we write, we do so because w

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    Tchaikovskys Study Of Music

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    Tchaikovsky’s professional training in music began with a theory class in the autumn of 1861. Although he kept his official post, his desire to study music had become urgent. His first teacher was Nikolay Zaremba, a naturalized Pole with German pedagogy and an adherent of Beethoven’s late style. When denied a promotion in the civil service, Tchaikovsky applied in the summer of 1862 to enter the Russian Musical Society’s new ‘music school’. The St Petersburg Conservatory opened on 8/20 October 1862 – Russia’s 1000th birthday – and Tchaikovsky graduated from it at the end of 1865. We know of Tch

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    Hills Like White Elephants

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    In the short story “Hills like White Elephants” by Ernest Hemingway, the reader is introduced to two characters, an American man and a girl referred to as “Jig”. The two characters are having a simple conversation, or so it seems from the perspective the author utilizes. The author’s perspective is from a third person point-of-view, or simply a person removed from the conversation and who is simply listening in on the two characters. This perspective allows the readers to imagine sitting by the two characters. By reading “Hills Like White Elephants” by Ernest Hemingway from eyes of the America

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    Essay Writing

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    Personal essay is one project that can actually be inspiring for this allows the writer to impart something special with the readers. However, just like any other essay type, one important part of carrying out an essay is to select a catchy subject. Personal essay topics may be about anything, it would just be based on the essayist’s preference. Writers, when constructing a personal essay, may share personal thoughts and experiences. Writing a personal paper is almost similar to a person who opens up his individuality with a friend or another person. It greatly portrays the author’s character.

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    Jfk

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    Success Through Success Ever pay attention to the manipulation of words used by presidents when giving a speech? Until reading “A Nation of Victims” by Reanna Brooks, and “Why JFK’s Inaugural Succeeded” by Thurston Clarke; the manipulation of words were subliminal. Brooks presents the audience with an analysis on President George W. Bush’s manner of speech. Brooks feels that despite his verbal blunders and linguistic stumbles, his words are purposely selected to hide certain issues and to negatively frame opposing view points. Also, Brooks says that Bush’s speeches are emotionally charged,

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    Banneker Walker Stewart Arguments Against Slavery

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    Benjamin Banneker, David Walker, and Maria Stewart all make good, yet different arguments against slavery. Banneker wrote his argument in a letter addressed to Thomas Jefferson. In the letter, he writes a response to Jefferson’s Notes on Virginia, in which he clearly and calmly contradicts Jefferson’s thoughts and arguments. Banneker is attempting to respectfully reason with Jefferson by writing pointed statements that respond to Jefferson’s ideas. For instance, Banneker’s uses Jefferson’s famous statement from the Declaration of Independence, “we hold these truths to be self-evident, that all

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    Midterm Memo

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    Midterm Memo My writing has gone through some drastic changes through out the semester so far. Not just my writing but my even my brainstorming and preparation for writing my essays. I write much more in my college classes compared to high school so I’ve learned what works best for me. Even exercises like peer editing improve your writing in some way. The best example from my work this far would be in my short writes. Most of our short writes were able to share our opinion or stories. I feel that I write better when I’m speaking in my point of view not just stating facts about something l

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    Black Boy

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    Childhood is suppose to be years full of carefree enjoyment; however, in Richard Wright’s autobiography about growing up black in the south during the early 1920’s this image is shattered. Throughout the book, Richard paints a picture of poverty, hopelessness, and despair. One of his earliest memories is when he started a fire in his house. Richard writes about his punishment from his mother, “I was lashed so hard and long that I lost consciousness. I was beaten out of my senses and later I found myself in bed, screaming, determined to run away, tussling with my mother and father who were tryi

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    Deep Blu Sea

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    Hobbs is adept at probing into the emotions that underlie bleak human experience. In 'Paula' , for example, the eponymous narrator rails against the inability of her friends to offer more than sympathetic platitudes to her plight (both her legs have been amputated following a car accident). 'Fit' is about a young epileptic institutionalised by his illness; 'Jack' describes a man who doesn’t recognise the desperate character staring back at him from the mirror, and spends most of his time waiting for things to go wrong. However, there is much more to this collection than the gloom and doom o

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    Why We Write

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    Why We Write Writing has many purposes, which are all of great importance. If people did not write how could we learn to read? There would be no such thing as reading would there? We also would not learn about history because someone would have had to write about it for us to know it today. In college I take notes to help me learn the curriculum and write many essays to lead me to successful careers. In that career I may write reports and follow-ups or send e-mails to employees as well as a boss, which leads me to one of my favorite reasons I love to write. Writing a letter or sendi

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    A Method To End Plagiarism In Schools

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    page 1 last , first name Class # June 00, 2020 Prof. ? A Method to End Plagiarism in Schools Students and even employees in all types of companies in every aspect of life are cheating on a daily basis and sometimes without even knowing it. We are in a world where it is becoming easier to steal someone else’s theory, topic, sentence and sometimes even whole papers and pass it off as our own. To lack creativity is not a bad thing, but it is something that can and has to be changed

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    David Arnason A Girl Story Cons

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    Con’s of a Girl Story David Arnasons story, A Girls Story writes about the difficulties of writing its self. His strategy of using his own knowledge to explain to us why he writes, the story of the girl is just a used, as a stage for Arnason to write about writing itself. Although his point was to show what writing is really about on some levels it doesn’t really work the way it was meant too. When Arnason writes he consistently interrupts him self to talk about why he used the technique he did. Though this was done for a purpose it does not work well on all levels. This techni

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    Process Oriented And Product Oriented Approach To Writing

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    Think for a moment back to your writing classes. How were you taught to write? Were the mechanical aspects of writing such as focusing on grammatical and syntactical structures and imitating models emphasized? Or you learnt writing as a developmental process that creates self-discovery and meaning? There are two main approaches concerning writing pedagogy, product-oriented approach and process-oriented approach. Product-oriented approach to writing largely concerns the form of the written product which is composed by the student and emphasizes the correctness of it. Moreover, this approa

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    Procrastination

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    Everyone procrastinates. We put things off because we don't want to do them, or because we have too many other things on our plates. Putting things off—big or small—is part of being human. If you are reading this handout, however, it is likely that your procrastination is troubling you. You suspect that you could be a much better writer if only you didn't put off writing projects until the last minute. You find that just when you have really gotten going on a paper, it's time to turn it in; so, you never really have time to revise or proofread carefully. You love the rush of adrenalin you get

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    English Textbook Errors

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    Page 19: “Part IV, “How Do I Get Info on Songs?: Researching Popular Culture Texts,” offers advice on how to research non-traditional texts, such as building, cars, movies, television shows, and public space.”  I believe that everything in a series must agree so I would change this sentence to “…such as buildings, cars, movies, television shows, and public spaces.” Page 20: “Hidden inside that tiny suitcase of a phrase is my whole response to the topic assigned me by my colleague, Jonathan Silverman, one of the authors of the textbook you are currently reading.”  “…the top

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    Life Style

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    Comparison Assignment This assignment will challenge each student to use the aural and analytical skills learned over the course of the semester. By closely comparing two pieces of music from different stylistic periods, students will test their knowledge of basic elements of music and the terminology involved, stylistic differences between periods of music and historical differences across different eras. 1. Begin by selecting two pieces of music (from different stylistic eras) to compare. These pieces may NOT be works that we have studied in class. I would recommend that you use Rhap

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    Itone And Utone

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    Using You-attitude in Correspondence Tone is the way a message sounds and greatly affects how readers perceive that message. Tone can transform a professional message into an interesting correspondence, or, if used incorrectly, tone can reduce the document to a bland letter without much impact. The tone used in written communications can either be the first step in establishing goodwill with the reader or conversely it can alienate or irritate the reader. The key to using tone in writing is to be aware of which tone is appropriate for the situation and how tone is communicated in writing. “I

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    Alcohol

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    EXEMPLAR 90053 900530 For Supervisor’s use only 1 Level 1 English, 2008 90053 Produce formal writing Credits: Three 9.30 am Tuesday 18 November 2008 Check that the National Student Number (NSN) on your admission slip is the same as the number at the top of this page. You should answer on ONE of the topics in this booklet. Check that this booklet has pages 2–8 in the correct order and that none of these pages is blank. YOU MUST HAND THIS BOOKLET TO THE SUPERVISOR AT THE END OF THE EXAMINATION. For Assessor’s use only Achievement Criteria Achievement with Merit Develop idea(s)

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    Personal Narrative

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    Sherman 1 Megan Sherman Professor Brooke Ethridge English 200 31 August 2010 The River It was four in the morning. I know that because I keep entirely too many clocks in one room to succumb to human taste. Sleep wasn't much of an option in those days, but who could sleep on a night like that in any fashion? The day the river flooded, I wasn't able to think straight. I had lost what I was looking for to any extent indefinitely, but had ultimately found what I was meant to. It wasn't until later, when I was scrunched up in my bed, that I came to understand how words affected my be

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    Part Time Job

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    term paper writing center Custom Essay Meister.com is the leading provider of expert writing and research services in all academic and professional fields on absolutely all levels. We have been serving our worldwide clientele for several years, always with a passion to render our services on the level that we ourselves can be proud of. We maintain a cherished team of qualified writers and researchers who, thanks to the power of Internet technologies, are capable of offering their exclusive services to the global client. At present, our network is home to over one hundred qualified writers w

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    Bloggers

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    Robert Held JRN 522 October 5, 2010 Many feel the debate of bloggers versus journalists is over and I would agree that they are right to an extent. The respected blogs and bloggers generally still have some type of journalistic training or background. Jim MacMillan, the photographer that was mentioned in the assigned reading, spent 17 years as a photographer for the Philadelphia Daily News before he became an “independent journalist.” Some bloggers are still no more journalists than Glen Beck or Bill O’Reilly, who get paid just to give their opinion. Also, sometimes being someone who

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    Poe As A Writer

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    One of the strongest writers I know of. Complex and dark, I feel he writes this way because of all the tragedy that happened in his life. His father walked out on him and his mother. His mother died while he was still young, he then went to live with a friend of the family and her husband. Well educated, Edgar loved his foster mother but his foster father showed no love to Edgar. Love and death, two of Poe’s weaknesses because he loved all the women in his life and death for they all died while being in his life only a short time. This made Edgar feel abase. Among the American writers he has

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    Essays

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    The list of n things is in that respect the cheeseburger of essay forms. If you're eating at a restaurant you suspect is bad, your best bet is to order the cheeseburger. Even a bad cook can make a decent cheeseburger. And there are pretty strict conventions about what a cheeseburger should look like. You can assume the cook isn't going to try something weird and artistic. The list of n things similarly limits the damage that can be done by a bad writer. You know it's going to be about whatever the title says, and the format prevents the writer from indulging in any flights of fancy. Because

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    My Life As A Writer

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    Rebecca Laessig My Life as a Writer I don't consider myself to be the greatest writer. My grammar has a lot to be improved upon and I always seem to be at a loss for words. with that said, writing is a bit of a challenge for me. I don't hate writing, but I don't necessarily enjoy it either. in my paper, I will write about my accomplishments, routine writings, and major strengths and how they help develop my writing skills today. All of the accomplished writing I produced came from papers I had to turn in for class. Some of them were research, others opinion, or reviews on books I had to r

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    Basic Journalism

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    Journalism refers to the occupation of reporting, writing, editing, photographing or broadcasting news. It’s also can be refer as the investigation and reporting of events, issues, and trends to broad audience and the main goal or idea is to inform citizenry about things that occurred in local and worldwide. Meanwhile blogs refers to a website or part of website that are usually run and maintained by an individual or organization with entries of commentary, description of events and also other material such as applications, images and videos. Nowadays, due to a mass invention and innovation in

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    Ire Final

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    Shantae Gorman Introductory Reflective Essay Writing has never been my claim to fame. I have always passed my English courses with a respectable grade or better, but it has always seemed as if I write a paper then I receive a grade later. However, in this English 1101 class, I have been more conscious of my writing, including my strengths and weakness, and how my writing style strikes others besides myself. Although the process of analyzing my work is challenging sometimes, it was surely worth it in the end because I am a more improved writer, who is continuously growing.The difficulty in

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    Writing As A Process

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    Writing as a Process Analysis Writing is a very unique process. Some people’s writing flourishes and really engages their readers, while many struggle through every writing assignment they encounter. There are various reasons that people give as to why many of today’s students have such a difficult time writing. Many even dread writing a paper in general. Barriss Mills, a chairman of the National Council of Teachers of English at Purdue University, writes an essay titled “Writing as Process” in which he gives various reasons as to why our students are such poor writers. He analyzes our teach

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    Obvious Benefits Of Being A Good Writer

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    Obvious Benefits of Being a Good Writer When we were young, our first writing might be our diaries or birthday cards for family members. When we are grown up, they can be our homework assignments or love letters. Although he purposes of writing are always changed, we all need to write something at least a couple of times in our lives. Therefore, being a good writer can bring many benefits to us. First, if you have a good writing skill, you can express your feeling in a right way to make your audience feel sympathetic or even influence them like Donald Murray said in his essays. For example,

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    Speech

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    ADPR 2500-B Creativity Hawaii Pacific University AnnMarie Manzulli Spring 2011 Project 5: Final Creative Production & Presentation Worth: 100 Points Artist’s Class Reception to follow. Please bring snacks to share. Art Submission: Due: 4/11 for First Look Mixed Media Event Reception & Awards First Friday, Due 5/6 & 5/9 at Café Che Pasta Artist’s statement & finished PORTFOLIO DUE: Due 5/6 & 5/9 In the medium(s) of your choice, produce and present an original work or series of art integrating visual arts, language arts and technology. Your presentation must inc

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    Book

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    Five Stages of the Writing Process Mrs. Alexander Fifth Grade 1. Prewriting: Coming up with an idea. 2. Drafting: Writing about your idea. 3. Revising: Making your writing clearer. 4. Editing: Checking for mistakes in your work. 5. Publishing/Presenting: Sharing your writing. [pic] 1) Prewriting: is what you do before you start writing. It’s a time for you to think of some ideas and plan what you are going to write. a) Brainstorming is a way to let as many ideas pop into your head as possible. It can help you decide what you want to write about. Here are some ways to brainstorm:

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    Westward Expanition

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    Born: 10-Dec-1804 Birthplace: Potsdam, Prussia, Germany Died: 18-Feb-1851 Location of death: Berlin, Germany Cause of death: Illness Gender: Male Religion: Christian Race or Ethnicity: White Sexual orientation: Straight Occupation: Mathematician Nationality: Germany Executive summary: Investigated elliptical functions German mathematician, born at Potsdam, of Jewish parentage, on the 10th of December 1804. He studied at Berlin University, where he obtained the degree of doctor of philosophy in 1825, his thesis being an analytical discussion of the theory of fractions. In 1827 he be

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    Teacher Writer

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    Becoming a Teacher and Writer It was a crisp cool morning on February 2nd 2011. Eagerly, I anticipated Advanced Writing for Teachers. I was excited to take the class because I always enjoyed writing; I believed I wrote well. Mr. Smith, the teacher, assigned the class an autobiography of our writing history as the first assignment of the semester. “This will be easy”, I thought- that was until my paper came back graded. “My poor paper!” I thought. My graded paper looked as if every other word consisted of some type of error. I always earned A’s on writing papers and did not understand what h

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    Writing

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    Writing and I have been together for 30 plus years off and on. I love writing so much but we have a rocky, tumultuous relationship. Writing has been really good to me. You see I am very moody and sometimes not that easy to get along with and writing just pisses me off. Sometimes it just doesn’t do what I want it to do. Writing is not consistent, at other times, writing is not dependable, writing is not proper, writing is not structured, writing has no boundaries. Sometimes writing is down right ignorant and just goes to damn far. On the flip side. Writing is sweet, writing is s

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    Cons Of A Girls Story

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    A Girls Story, written by David Arnason, tells us about the difficulties of writing itself. Although his point was to show what writing is really about, on some levels it doesn’t really work the way it was supposed too. When Arnason writes, he consistently interrupts himself to talk about why he used the technique he did. Though this was done for a specific purpose, it does not work well on all levels. This technique he uses seems to be a way to dumb things down for the reader. Arnasons story is simple and very easy to follow. There is no need for the use of interruption to explain to us what

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    Screeenwriting

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    Screenwriting 1504ART Digital Video Foundations • • • So we have our ideas down pat, you’re breathing fire and ready to bang out the screenplay of the year, decade, maybe even the millennium, but before you do, there are several things you must understand. The easiest thing that can be taught about writing is the format, but another thing to remember is to "write what you know." A screenplay will be better if you can draw from your own experiences. But if you do want to write about something that you have little knowledge of, you should do research to make a credible screenplay. •

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    Great Expectations

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    Compare the tension created in Chapter on of Great Expectations to that of 39 Great Expectations is a novel written by Charles Dickens. Great Expectations was first published. It was first published on the first of December 1860, and has been adapted to screen and play over two hundred and fifty times. Many people seem to think in Great Expectations that the narrator is Pip himself telling his own story which is basically true. Pip is a small frail young boy who is cared for by his older sister; a humourless heartless woman who is very cruel to pip as she treats him like shit. Pip aged 7 en

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    Creative Paper

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    Edgar Allen Poe, J.R.R. Tolkien, George Orwell, William Shakespeare, and Robert Frost are all creative masterminds. Can anyone really expect high school students to write as well as these influential artists? That answer varies on the individual in question; however, it is most certain that when over half of the students who have taken the writing portion of the graduation test fail the first time, it is safe to say that many students are no F. Scott Fitzgerald. Now we come to another question: How could we possibly begin to eradicate this problem? With so many basic skills practically non-exi

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    Me And U

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    Myself as a writer? I am not, by any means, a very good writer. It would take an enormous amount of time, practice, and effort to be considered a good writer. I guess it’s true that the ability to write is a gift, or a talent that few people possess. However, good writing can be acquired through practice and determination. Writing can be define as a group of letters or symbols written or marked on a surface as a means of communicating ideas. Writing in the initial stage of my life made no sense to me. As a kid, it was so boring and awkward because I knew nothing about it. My writi

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    Sandra Lee Scheuer

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    Sandra Lee Scheuer Gary Geddes poem titled, “Sandra Lee Scheuer”, is written as a response to a tragic death reported in a small news excerpt from the Akron Beacon Journal. Within the poem Geddes truly puts a face to a young woman who was murdered by an Ohio National guard during a student protest. The poem brings us into the day in a life of an unassuming student who may have otherwise only been known through her closest family and friends. In contrast, the Akron Beacon Journal explains the death of Sandra Lee Scheuer as unjustified due to her seemingly proper stature by comparison to her p

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    Two Ways To Belong In America

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    Two Ways to Belong in America by Bharati Mukherjee In “Two Ways to Belong in America,” Mukherjee talks about the struggles of two sisters adjusting to foreign culture. Mukherjee and her sister, Mira, have opposing views on citizenship to non-native countries. Mukherjee shares her story with effective use of language to make it unique, as well as relatable to other foreigners to a new country. Her neutral tone makes the story special, especially considering the context of the story. Usually, when there are differing points of view in a piece of writing, it is very common for the author to

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    Writing Process

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    Belly Button Loretta Long ENGL 100 Writing Process 25, July 2011 For many people, writing isn’t an easy task. I can definitely say I am one of those people. As a teenager, I have my fare share of disruptions and annoyances. There are few places where I can let go of everything, clear my mind and just write. Unlike some people, I don’t have very many writing rituals. Over time I have developed a couple though. Figuring out a personal writing process is harder than it seems, but forms after a while. Most people have traditions or rituals for their writing processes. As a young writer,

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    Gutsy Writer

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    Writing is not something I cherish, but it’s one of the ways I express my views. I’m not an expert at the subject, but then again who is? In writing it is extremely important to advance one’s knowledge of grammar, punctuation, spelling etc. When writing persuasive and argumentative essays, my goal is to challenge others with the main objective of winning. I am not afraid to write what’s on my mind or hold back from writing my views on any topic I am presented with. Neither man nor God restrict me from translating thoughts or ideas into words. During my junior year of high school, I wrote s

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    The Bath And Cathedral

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    “The Bath” and “Cathedral” by Raymond Carver Essay One Final David Gruss April 15, 2008 Raymond Carver is an author who will let the reader’s mind interpret to where a story may go while reading his short stories. This is very true in two particular works of Carver’s. Those works are “The Bath” and “Cathedral”. In those two short stories Raymond Carver writes in a very direct, bare-bones style that gives the reader just enough information to be sufficient and yet leaves the reader wanting more from his short stories after reading them. “The Bath” is about the boy named “Scotty” who

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    List N Things

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    I bet you the current issue of Cosmopolitan has an article whose title begins with a number. "7 Things He Won't Tell You about Sex," or something like that. Some popular magazines feature articles of this type on the cover of every issue. That can't be happening by accident. Editors must know they attract readers. Why do readers like the list of n things so much? Mainly because it's easier to read than a regular article. [1] Structurally, the list of n things is a degenerate case of essay. An essay can go anywhere the writer wants. In a list of n things the writer agrees to constrain himsel

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    Jimi

    265 words - 2 pages

    put were civil law, tort law, etc. As for the types of crime there called felony, misdemeanor and a violation. Other such thing about what I had to write about criminal justice was that no matter what field your take in this system you always have to write about something it can be a report about murder or a rape. Writing will always be an important factor in life. Also knowing that I have to know this for my future makes me wonder about being a writer for my career in the criminal justice system. Some of my immediate goals for this course and this term are to improve my writing for my essays,

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    Cheating On Exam

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    Writing a Précis A précis is a brief summary. Writing a précis is valuable training in composition. Since the writing requires you to be clear and concise, you must choose your words carefully and arrange them skillfully so you get the maximum amount of meaning into the minimum space. In addition to its value as a writing exercise, précis work is excellent reading practice. In order to summarize another's ideas in your own words, you must understand the idea thoroughly. In school and in life after school, there are many situations that call for the writing of a brief, accurate summary of re

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