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  • Jones Violent Media

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    Evaluation of Jones’ Persuasion Techniques The essay, “Violent media is good for kids”, written by Gerard Jones, was first published in Mother Jones magazine in the year 2000, and nearly two decades later, this subject is still relevant today. Jones is author of violent media himself, as he has written many books for Marvel Comics. The essay argues that violent media is good for kids, which is also Jones’ thesis. To support his thesis, Jones discusses several arguments, such as his personal experience

  • The Importance Of Argumentative Writing

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    most crucial in academic writing especially at the tertiary level. Students are supposed to argue for their stand point in order to convince the readers. However, most ESL/EFL students struggle with the various difficulties in writing argumentative essays. They are unable to write due to insufficient skills in argumentative writing. Toulmin (1958, as cited in Connor, 1987) views the production of argumentative

  • Reflection On The Marking Workshop

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    in this module and reflected any misunderstanding before. Gibbs’ model of reflection: In this module , it shows us a few of reflective cycles. In the following essay , I have chosen Gibbs’(1998)model of reflection . This model includes the following: description, feelings, evaluation, analysis, action plan and conclusion. Description: On day 3, lecturer gave us an assignment from a previous student. I go through the assignment first, then got into a group with 5 people, we need to discuss all

  • Down And Out In Paris Analysis

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    Down and Out in Paris and London is the first complete piece of writing published by English author George Orwell, in 1933. The book deals with Orwell’s detailed descriptions of his experiences living in poverty stricken areas in large cosmopolitan cities like London and Paris. In this essay I shall discuss how the themes of poverty, violence and cultural diversity are conveyed from a small passage taken from the memoir. The first paragraph of the passage introduces the reader with a scenery of confusion

  • A Room Of One's Own Analysis

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    through different mechanisms and perspectives from different women, tries to make an emphasis on the harsh circumstances and situation that women lived in the 1800’s in the United Kingdom. Thus, Woolf analyzes deeply the English society. Undobtedly, the essay (story) that she is requested to write by certain group is a ‘door’ for Virginia Woolf be able to explain and express her perspective about the way women’s rights and abilities were oppressed by a society ruled by men. As a result, arts such as literature

  • Transcendentalism: The Relationships Between God, Man, And Nature

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    such as Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and Walt Whitman. These Concord writers of Massachusetts were the “intellectual light of the American Movement”. Nature serves much more than a natural setting in the world. It is all the poems and essays By Emerson, Thoreau, and Whitman which define nature as “the living character through which human identity is constructed either through the characters’ alignment with the natural world or their struggle against it. According to the readings the works

  • Find Your Beach Analysis

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    The personal essay Find Your Beach appeared in The New York Review of Books the 23th of October 2014. It is written by Zadie Smith and features her thoughts on life and happiness. These thoughts originate from an ad across from her window and Smith gives us a tour inside her head, showing us how a New Yorker and an Englishwoman regards the concept of happiness. This non-fictional analysis of the essay will include an analysis of the tone of the essay, an analysis of the ways in which the Smith

  • Purpose Of Assessment In Assessment

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    options provided. Selected response can be scored objectively because they are usually brief and have only one correct answer. The test formats are more efficient than essays in this case for two reasons. It allow for a more precise sampling of this particular kind of achievement. First, I can ask more questions compared to essay questions per unit of testing time because the answer is so much shorter. Hence, I can provide a broader sample of performance per unit of time with selected response

  • Paulo Freire's The Banking Concept Of Education

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    traditional education. In his essay “The ‘Banking’ Concept of Education” in the book “Pedagogy of the Oppressed”, Paulo criticizes the current educational approaches and teaching methods, comparing the depositing of information into the students to the act of depositing money into a bank account, and offers another positive way of teaching as an alternative to such approaches. Although Freire could convince his audience of his opinions using his own way, his hypocritical descriptions of the points he talked

  • A Critical Analysis Of William Bryant: On Fear

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    Bryant also has multiple publications including books, articles, and essays. Some of his most famous works include The Mind in its Natural Environment (1996), Fear’s Control on the Mind (2000), and Manipulating the World for Your Success (2011). A self proclaimed analyst of the complex actions of humans, Bryant draws his examples from situations he has witnessed and experienced first hand. The intricate detail and description of each