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  • Rubric Grade For The Challanger Explosion

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    sentences, I had to reread so I would understand them. Concepts: 3 1) Essay retells a chronological event of historical importance - No, I felt as if the essay was told in random order or told backwards. The paper should have started with the beginning of the event, in this case, the events that before the launch of the Challenger. 2) Essay correctly uses in-text citations and contains a works cited page - Yes 3) Essay is correctly paraphrased and summarized (retold

  • Creating A Strong Argument Analysis

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    creating a strong argumentative essay is to have a good introduction paragraph, make sure your argument appeals to the reader, and be able to refute opponent’s arguments. Having a strong introduction “is where you lay the foundation for your impenetrable argument.” A good introduction reflects that you have done research on the topic that is being argued, and also impresses the readers. Placing a hook, or an attention grabber, as the first sentence of the introduction essay grabs the reader’s attention

  • Mark Doty: Poem Analysis

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    always my favorite field of study, I used to get good grade in writing all the time. Writing is fun, sometimes puts me in emotional feeling, or even bring me back to the time, to something I really interested about. The other kids said they don't like essay, it gives them headache, too much of idea to look up for. Wondered why some people love to write so much? Could it be a puzzle for them, is it just to kill time or they just do it when they're stress out? In the stop and shop in Orlean, Massachussetts

  • Joanna Mackay's Essay: Should Organ Sales Be Legalized?

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    informative essay on why organ sales should be legalized. The author goes through several different reasons and states effective points as to why the government should legalize organ sales and how that would benefit many, many people. One of the opening sentences in Mackay’s essay is, “Governments should not ban the sale of human organs; they should regulate it.” This same paragraph also gives a little bit of background information on the organ sales and sets up what the rest of the essay will be

  • Summary Of James Moffett's Essaying '

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    James Moffett in his essay "On Essaying" illustrates how to use a personal voice in an essay to define ideas of universal value. He expressed the idea as "how to express ideas of universal value in a personal voice." People cannot do an essay without involving themselves in it. Writers need to express their ideas in a way that they could feel comfortable in their words. Writers show their character and personality in their work. What are ideas of universal value? Well, it does not have a definitive

  • In The Word Kitchen

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    certain writings you have to change your style so that it fits better than another style. In Gates’ essay “In the Kitchen” he discusses what the word kitchen means to him. He discusses how history has a certain standard of what good and bad hair looks like. Gates discusses his struggle with fitting in and having a natural look. Henry Louis Gates Jr.’s essay “In the Kitchen” is the most efficient essay of the assigned eight readings because of three main elements: double meaning, imagery and clarity

  • A River Plan Too Fishy For My Taste Buds Summary

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    River Rights Essay The name of the topic is the River Rights essay. The name of the article is River Plan Too Fishy for my Taste Buds by Bill McEwen. I also chose this because I like his idea of thinking about the river and the plan they want to do. Then I believe the author's credentials, achievements and experiences prove him to be the expert because he's a veteran in journalism who in 35-years career with The Fresno Bee became one of the most known papers personalities during stints as a sport

  • Foster Care Persuasive Essay

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    chose to write about foster care reform for my persuasive essay, I picked this topic because I didn’t want to write about anything that is commonly disputed but I wanted to discuss something I had a particular interest in. I’ve never been in foster care, or know anyone who is currently in the foster care system but it’s an issue I feel is generally overlooked and extremely important. In order to grab readers’ attention I arranged my essay by problem/solution, in order to introduce some of the main

  • Comparison Of Two Short Stories In 'The Interlopers'

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    This essay will go through and explain the comparative and contrasting points of the two short stories I read in my English Lit and Comp class. Two men who come from families with a long history of rivalry amongst each other have to work together in order to try and get out of their fatal condition. While we also have a woman with critical health issues and doesn't have a loving passion with her husband. These two stories sound to most about very different topics, and that they are but I will show

  • An Ideal Teacher Analysis

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    teacher” “An ideal teacher” essay focuses on who is an ideal teacher for English language learners, native or non-native teachers. Although it is a quite good essay, it still has some drawbacks. This essay will discuss the strengths as well as weaknesses of this given essay while suggesting some ways that can be taken in order to enhance this essay. It is undeniable that the essay has many strengths which readers need to learn to improve writing skills. First, it is an academic essay because it has reliable