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How Writing Class Helps College Students (1345 words, 5 pages)
According to the Portland State University (PSU) Bulletin for2010-2011, a Writing 115 course helps students develop comprehensivestudy skills, provides practice formal and informal writing, providespractice in building confidence one's in my writing and finallyintroduces college level writing. The circumstances under which I firststarted taking Writing 115 course, I fear and ... Read More
Writing an Appealing Academic Essay (441 words, 2 pages)
Throughout a students high school and college career they will havewritten over a hundred academic essays. Within these essays they willbe tested in a vast amount of areas, such as being able to writepersuasive, informative, and analytical essays. Between these essays,there is one similar area where professors have shown to ... Read More
Writing a Song About Romeo and Juliet (536 words, 1 pages)
The idea I have chosen for my final project is a song. I have recreated Demi Lovatos fun, upbeat track Trainwreck, by adding in the meaningful themes of Romeo and Juliet. I feel like the lyrics really bring the story to life from beginning to end because it defines the ... Read More
Why I Want to Pursue a Career in Writing (1134 words, 3 pages)
My choice to write was not something that I knew for my entire life. It's only been five years since I started to write. There was one event in my life that triggered my writing. That was the death of my father. My father passed when I was 15. He ... Read More
Genetic Underwriting and the Restrictions That Should Be Imposed (1708 words, 8 pages)
IntroductionWhenever we decide the insurance policy is feasible, we have to considerabout it's for and against sides and any particular types of restrictionhave to be imposed to ensure the operation of insurance industry. In thefollowing, I am going to talk about the advantages and disadvantages ofgenetic underwriting and measures taken ... Read More
Reflection on My Writing Class (603 words, 1 pages)
This semester was what I expected it to be in terms of school and theamount of work. I do not think that my writing style did not changethat much for I am not a very good writer. Though something I didrealize about my writing was that I like to write ... Read More
My Quest to Understand Shakespeare's Style of Writing (1060 words, 3 pages)
Dr. DyerEnglish III16 September 2010My Ssoulmateand kept me curious during the whole play as I spent a lot of timeinterpreting his hidden meanings., I got a sense of Shakespeare's style of writing and how the symbolsthat seem unimportant foreshadow the imminent events. The amusing thingis that I began to use ... Read More
Writing a New History of North Korea (2020 words, 6 pages)
There are things that true. One cannot imagine being real, events that only occur in novels. But these stories are still. The place where they are true is called North Korea which is last socialist country on this Earth. This country w asestablished by Kim Ill Sung and is now ... Read More
My Passion in Writing (478 words, 2 pages)
Many people of all ages have a fear of writing. For some, it borders on a phobia. College students are no exception. However for those of us seeking higher education, a fear of writing presents a special dilemma writing is an integral part of being successful in the college setting. ... Read More
One Sentence at a Time: A Students' Guide to APA Writing (11889 words, 39 pages)
Title PageGeneral InformationThe title page is the first page of your manuscript.It contains the following important identifying informationThe papers title (where all important words are capitalized)The name of the author (first name, middle initial if you have one, and last name)The authors affiliation (at the time the study was conducted)An ... Read More
Marjorie Agosín's True Identity as Revealed through Her Writing Always Living in Spanish (207 words, 1 pages)
According to the Websters New Pocket Dictionary, identity is known as the state or fact of being the same (def. 1). An authors identity is often seen in their writing. Marjorie Agosn is one example of exposing ones true identity through her writing Always Living in Spanish.Marjorie Agosn moved to ... Read More
Marjorie Agosin's Identity as Revealed through Her Writing Always Living in Spanish (298 words, 2 pages)
According to the Websters New Pocket Dictionary, identity is known as the state or fact of being the same (def. 1). An authors identity is often seen in their writing. Marjorie Agosn is one example of exposing ones true identity through her writing Always Living in Spanish.Always Living in Spanish ... Read More
How Ray Bradbury and Other Writers Addressed Communism in American Society in Their Writings (644 words, 2 pages)
The era of the nineteen-fifties and sixties was a very delicate timefor American society. There was so much fear and paranoia about war thatone could not even talk about the situation at hand, without beingaccused of being a communist or a Russian spy. Multiple authors such asRay Bradbury and Scott ... Read More
My Experience Writing an Essay (352 words, 1 pages)
Writing my most significant place essay seemed difficult right off the bat. I gathered to many places through out my life and could not pick one. Then my backyard came to mind, and I decided to use that. With all the ideas I gathered about my backyard this essay was ... Read More
Writing a Good Resume (737 words, 2 pages)
a resume is a piece of paper (or an electronic document) that serves to introduce job seekers to people who will eventually hire them(applicant).to write a thoughtful resume, applicant must thorough personal assess, accomplishment, and the skills acquires thru in a lifetime. The act of composing and submitting this information ... Read More
Why I Enjoy Writing (755 words, 2 pages)
I enjoyed a measure of success in writing on an academic level, in personal writings and on a professional level. In my opinion the most flavorful results of my success in writing came from poems and work related documentations and the most dejecting - from school! There was something to ... Read More
Martin Luther King's Letter from Birmingham City Jail: Persuasive Writing (1339 words, 4 pages)
Prompt In persuasive writing, authors frequently utilize a number ofdifferent appeals to attempt to convince their readers. They can arguewith an appeal to reason (logos the logical appeal), they can arguewith an appeal to emotion (pathos the emotional appeal), and they canargue with an appeal to personal character (ethos the ... Read More
Writing an Academic Essay (941 words, 3 pages)
We are used to write in a very academic way, I believe is because we have learned that in school we require certain rules, structures, and appropriate language in order to express our ideas and opinions with the reader. In my previous years in school I still remember the time ... Read More
The Art of Scientific Writing (1391 words, 3 pages)
The greatest gift human beings possess as a whole is that of communication. Without communication we, as a society, would not be able to pass ideas and advance ourselves at any rate even close to what we can now. Throughout history, and especially in the modern era, advancements in technology ... Read More
Learning about Writing for Better Writing (301 words, 1 pages)
This semester in Ms. Arnolds English class I have learned a lot about writing. I have learned how to pick and chose the right topics that I can best relate with and write a supportive paper. I also learned that it is much easier to produce a good piece of ... Read More
A Devotion to Writing Rituals (1335 words, 3 pages)
I am here. It is beyond the hours of daylight and I am engulfed in the darkness. I do not feel sleepy, I feel at home and at peace with my soul. In this corner, in this bed, under these blankets and with my computer I know that is time ... Read More
How My Writing Has Improved (559 words, 2 pages)
They say you can tell the intelligence of a person by their writing, if that was the case then before this semester, I would have been considered unintelligent. My writing over this semester has improved hands down. My sentences in the papers that I have written have improved, I can ... Read More
Considering the Audience before Writing (273 words, 1 pages)
Chapter 11 Proofreading for CareersProofread and correct this article, which has errors related to thischapter as well as others. Words That Respect Your Readers Consider the reading ability and background of your audience beforeyou write. If you are writing for a class taught by a college professor,you can write at ... Read More
Emotions in Writing Are Drawn from Personal Experience: An Analysis of Four Pieces of Literature (1114 words, 4 pages)
In the short stories, The Cask of Amontillado, A Rose for Emily, The Jilting of Granny Weatherall, and An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge there are many signs of anger, sadness, and even madness. These feelings can come to anyone in their everyday life. An author is an artist and ... Read More
A Comparison of the Writing of Edward Taylor and Jonathan Edwards (1575 words, 5 pages)
In 17th and 18th century America, Puritanism reigned supreme. Puritanism was a religion formed as a response to the corrupt andincreasingly unholy manner in which the Anglican church of England wasbeing conducted. As a result, Puritans seeking more holy worship andlifestyle emigrated to the new American continent. In Puritan America,literature ... Read More
How My Writing Has Improved (366 words, 1 pages)
I would say my writing has improved a great deal because of thisclass, although, I still think there is still room for improvement. Thebiggest thing I am proud of accomplishing is the fact I stayed focusedand finished this class. When I first started this class, I was kind of nervous ... Read More
An Analysis of John Irving's Writing Style in A Prayer for Owen Meany (1677 words, 5 pages)
John Irving, the author of A Prayer for Owen Meany, uses his backgroundand childhood to affect the plot of the novel. Although there are manythings that make his life in the past different than the lives of thecharacters in the book, there are some similarities as well, which showwhere Irving ... Read More
The Five Step Process of Writing (1021 words, 3 pages)
Over the years in school I have been taught a five step processfor writing. It has been the topic of every English class Ihave ever taken sincekindergarten. Most people, when they thinkof being taught how to write the immediately think of, Englishclass. Even I do. As I thought about how ... Read More
A Report on My Experiences with the English and Spanish Language in Accordance with My Reading and Writing (713 words, 3 pages)
My full name is Jesus Alberto Morales Ortega, I am an international student, and I have been living in the United States since august 2010. My first language is Spanish and my second language is English. I have been learning English since I moved to the United States. Furthermore, I ... Read More
A Personal Opinion on the Easiest Writing Stages (336 words, 1 pages)
Which Writing Stages Come Easier for You? Brainstorming, Clustering and Free writing each have their own technique and quality to generate ideas. Brainstorming is used to generate a large number of ideas quickly. Clustering is a way of generating idea visually and Free Writing is useful in generating ideas or ... Read More
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