Argumentative Essay

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  • Reflection Of My Writing Project

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    The amount of time and effort this assignment took was two days of hard work. As I looked over the requirements of each part, I thought the whole project could be done in one sitting. Although, I didn’t wait last minute to start this paper, I definitely misjudged the quantity of work that was required. I kept thinking to myself that I could just write four pages, which was the minimum, and call it a day. After I summarized Birk and Birk in part B, I still needed to explain slant of facts, slant of

  • Personal Narrative: My Trip To Vietnam

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    Journal #2 How this essay (Prose) relates to me is Kevin Nguyen This essay relates to me when I went to Vietnam for the first time with my family and cousin. I was really excited that we were going on a vacation to visit my parent's homeland and relatives for the first time. I was around twelve years old and did not know much about the country. The few things I heard from people and friends was Vietnam is a beautiful country and some part is dirty. Once we arrived, stepping out the plane the

  • Amy Tan Assignment

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    Lee Harrison ENGL 1301, Tuesday, 3:30 pm (Purple) 13 Sept. 2014 Assignment, Essay 1 Amy Tan, she is a writer who love languages and that’s the tool of her trade. She knows the power of language and the way a language can express different variety of emotions, ideas etc. she states that there are different types of English that people use in a multicultural society but people generally don’t realize this fact, in this essay her main focus was on her mother and the way her mother face the world and

  • Summary Of Letters To A Young Therapist By Mary Pipher

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    Abstract This paper is a critique of Letters to a Young Therapist , by Mary Pipher. This book was published in 2003. This book consists of a series of letters meant to guide young therapists in the craft of clinical psychology. Pipher shares what she has learned in her years as a clinician in the hopes that it will assist the recipient of the letters, a young graduate student named Laura. A Critique of Letters to a Young Therapist Mary Pipher’s book, Letters to a Young

  • A Rhetorical Analysis Of Small Change

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    When it comes to persuasive essays, an author’s initiative is to create the soundest argument that cannot be invalidated. With the usage of emotional, ethical, and logical appeals, their claim towards a certain subject can be supported most effectively. How an author decides on implementing these strategies upon their writing can either make or break their thesis entirely. An excellent approach to evaluate this impact is by respectively analyzing the two articles “Small Change” and “Community and

  • The Swim Analysis

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    subjects, it was a bit of a hard and fast transition from narrative, to process, to comparison and contrast essay. I feel the level of the subject matter is increasing, which is also making it harder to keep up, but this is what I’ve got so far: The structure that I have used before is subject by subject in the comparison/contrast essay, I think that’s the easiest option to write this essay. The point-by-point method mixes up both subjects in one paragraph, I think that makes it harder to organize

  • Personal Narrative: My Writing Process

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    First draft My writing process is naïve in my opinion because I tempt to do a lot of grammar mistakes while I’m writing any paper. Although I am capable of writing a good paper I always need someone to go in and revise my paper to find any grammar mistakes. My problem area throughout my writing process has always been grammar; I do not show any type of strength in that area while I’m strong in others throughout the writing process. This could easily be improved by spending more time revising the

  • Reflective Essay: Exploring The Writing Process

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    be. I feel there are too many rules associated with writing that makes it more complicated than it has to be. To overcome that, I just write to get it all out on paper then deal with the rest later on. In order for me to write an effective paper or essay or even a post on a forum such as this, I need to have quiet time where I can focus on what I want to say, then start writing, as I am writing I get into a flow where it seems as if the words just naturally flow onto the paper.

  • Importance Of Being An American Essay

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    people around the world who have a different interruption about being an American and things that represent America. I found this out by reading articles and reading different stories about how people move to America for their own reasons. So in this essay I will talk about the different meanings that people have about being an American. I will also talk about what is the best representation of an American, what the American voice is to me and what being an American is to me and others whose articles

  • Tatiana Adjeare's Review

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    her obvious thoughtful reflection on the unity and cohesion of my paper, word usage, and critiques of my transitions. Tatiana made sure she stressed the importance of unity and cohesion to me. She precisely communicated to me at which points in my essay she thought I was going on a tangent or that the flow of my paper was off. This was very helpful once I revised my paper. She additionally helped me with word usage and choice, noticing that I could be repetitive at times. She urged me to change this