Workshop Interactional Foundations for Language lagb, University of Leeds, 1 September 2010 organizers: Kasia Jaszczolt and Stephen LevinsonWorkshop Interactional Foundations for Language lagb, University of Leeds, 1 September 2010 organizers: Kasia Jaszczolt and Stephen Levinson
Lagb, University of Leeds, 1 September 2010 organizers: Kasia Jaszczolt and Stephen Levinson
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Before you beginBefore you begin
What are some of the differences between physical objects—things like tables and trees—and space itself?
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English Diploma Examination Preparation Part B: Multiple ChoiceEnglish Diploma Examination Preparation Part B: Multiple Choice
There are two complete multiple choice exams with not only the answer keys, but rationales for
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Chapter 7: Conclusion: Lives Worth Living in a Secular AgeChapter 7: Conclusion: Lives Worth Living in a Secular Age
Babe’s former teammate and current Yankee captain, Henry Louis Gehrig. Known as The Iron Horse, Gehrig had recently ended his record-setting streak of 2,130 straight games, played over the course of fourteen seasons of baseball
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English 1301 WhitsonEnglish 1301 Whitson
The following discussion has been excerpted from The Compact Reader: Short Essays by Method and Theme, 6th ed. Ed. Jane E. Aaron. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 1999
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Midterm Essay: Analyzing a Presidential Campaign AdMidterm Essay: Analyzing a Presidential Campaign Ad
Choose the ad you will focus on for your midterm. Research any claims of fact in the ad and make a page of notes on their accuracy. List the outside sources you will use
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The Elements of an Excellent EssayThe Elements of an Excellent Essay
Also use your persuasive strategies throughout. Rhetorical Questions, repetition, parallelism
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From “How to Write a Summary, Analysis, Response Essay”From “How to Write a Summary, Analysis, Response Essay”
Lynne, Virginia. "How To Write a Summary, Analysis, Response Essay with Examples." Hubpages
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Introduction: Any introduction for a history paper is meant to draw the reader into the paper/article, capture their attention, and set the stage for the writing that is to followIntroduction: Any introduction for a history paper is meant to draw the reader into the paper/article, capture their attention, and set the stage for the writing that is to follow
The final sentence in the introduction (thesis) is the single sentence that spells out the main point of your paper
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Professor\Professor's Comment
It is a good idea in this kind of essay to always provide a page number anytime that a source is cited, so that the reader can check the source for him/herself
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Hooks- the key to a great essay. Imagery, Anecdote or NarrativeHooks- the key to a great essay. Imagery, Anecdote or Narrative
Imagery, Anecdote or Narrative: People are drawn to stories—consider opening with a descriptive anecdote to draw the reader into the topic. Make sure what you write is relevant to the thesis!
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Your Roadmap to College Admissions SuccessYour Roadmap to College Admissions Success
The essay is a great place to really let your personality shine. Use your essays to really allow the admissions officers to get to know you, as well as to explain or strengthen elements of your application
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Learning Resource Center sjc – Writing Center IntroductionsLearning Resource Center sjc – Writing Center Introductions
In such a pyramid, you begin by presenting a broad introduction to the topic and end by making a more focused point about that topic in your thesis statement. The introduction has three essential parts
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Erasmus and international exchangeErasmus and international exchange
Faculty of Arts, Creative Industries and Education: Schools of Art and Design, Film and Journalism
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Chapter 18 Summarizing, Quoting, and Avoiding PlagiarismChapter 18 Summarizing, Quoting, and Avoiding Plagiarism
A college student who plagiarizes a paper may be expelled from the course or from college
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