Creative Writing

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  • Equity Theory Of Communication

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    One of the key factors to reach organizational efficiency and effectiveness is the capability of a manager to communicate with subordinates (22). Communication is defined as the exchange of information between people, by means of speaking, writing, or employing a common system of signs or behavior (22). Pandey and Garnett (23) suggested that organizations should view communication as a factor of the organization’s strength. Organizational effectiveness is a “key competency of leadership and

  • Language In Teaching English

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    stages. In stage I Pre-test was led, Phase II Post-test was directed and Phase III poll was conducted to evoke information from the teachers who were teaching professional students. Findings of the review shed light on a vital aspect of developing writing skills with regards in the context of teaching English as a second language for professional course students. Review: Vivian Zamel (1983) took a gander at the making forms out of six progressed ESL students. Among the six, there were both talented

  • Reflective Communication Assignment

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    • Serial information drastically diminishing parallel language processing; • Capacity limitations cause that information overload; • Fatigue counteracts vigilance; • Short attention spans; • Attention is selective—it misses more than it processes; • I focussed it internal when they should have it external; I utilise nonverbal communication which contains meaning than what is embedded in the words. I examine the fine details of a smile is which is universal, the meaning attached to other facial expressions

  • Margot Winer Summary

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    Jashiel Singh 21513201 Final Essay This essay will critique the work of Margot Winer, namely her paper, ‘Landscapes, Fear and Land Loss on the Nineteenth-Century South African Colonial Frontier’. It will start by looking at the structural word technique, or lack thereof. The essay will then proceed to look at her opinions and research on the architecture of Coping, Identity, Affluence and Fear. Although the majority of the essay agrees with the work of Margot, there are some points that differ in

  • Feminism American Cinema Analysis

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    An Introduction to Film Studies touches on some of the key concepts and theories of cinema, but more importantly, it touches on the main aspects that pertain to my essay topic; outlining in detail the media’s traditional portrayal of gender in both film and television, the male gaze as seen in film, the sense of purpose and political debate behind feminist film-making and the dominance of the male power structure within a patriarchal society. In this text, Jill Nelmes doesn’t touch upon any one film

  • Malabari Summary

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    picture of the life of civilized people without neg lecting its poor and downtrodden. He paid great attention to the economic aspects of the British social life. By narrating the freedom in all activities, Mulji attempted to teach his people about the futility of taboos including those surrounding travelling overs eas. Unlike Mahipatram and Karsandas, Malabari was not too overwhelmed with Eu rope. He found the life-style, food habits, religious practices and social manners disagreeable. He rejects

  • Stationery: Drawing Instruments

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    Stationery: Drawing Instruments Drawing is a form of visual art which makes use of instruments like brushes, water colors, crayons etc. These instruments are widely available nowadays which have made drawing one of the common artistic activity to effectively communicate ideas visually. Depending on the use and how the instruments have developed over time, the drawing instruments can be named as follows: • Graphite Pencils • Pen and Ink • Inked Brushes • Wax Color • Pencils • Crayons • Charcoal

  • Text Speak In English

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    said above, amongst the student population, to a large extent this has been identified as an issue, however many agree that as long as the formal and proper methods are taught, it is highly unlikely that the students will fall into the grasps of writing “text speak” language in their academic

  • Analysis Of Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening By Robert Frost

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    I have read many written works that speak to me in some certain way. I have now come across another that has set out details and certain specifics for me to relate to either physically or mentally. This written piece is a work of poetry called “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” by Robert Frost. This poem starts relating to me by the words in the title. Then it transitions with more relation with simple imagery comparing to my inner emotion and kinesthetic feelings. Reading on, I felt that all

  • My Illiterate Mother

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    The essay “How My Illiterate Grandmother Raised and Educated Black man” was written by Terrell Jermaine Starr. Terrell is the Associate Editor for an online Journal called NewsOne. He has more than four years of journalism experience with public radio, television, magazines and online reporting. He has a bachelor’s degree in English and two masters’ in Editorial Journalism and Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies. He says that he owes his success to his grandmother, saying that without her