Writing a Personal NarrativeWriting a Personal Narrative
To write an effective narrative, select an experience that you feel strongly about
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10 Tips for Writing a Great CoLlege Scholarship Essay10 Tips for Writing a Great CoLlege Scholarship Essay
From Bob Stuart (The same advice I give to high school seniors applying to college)
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Writing a personal statement for health professions program admissionWriting a personal statement for health professions program admission
The personal statement is your opportunity to distinguish yourself from the hundreds of other health profession program applicants
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Four Square Writing Method developed by Judith Gould Introduction lesson 1Four Square Writing Method developed by Judith Gould Introduction lesson 1
We will use a Graphic Organizer (picture diagram) to plan and organize our prewriting and drafting
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Springfield College School of Professional and Continuing StudiesSpringfield College School of Professional and Continuing Studies
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Thesis statementThesis statement
Addresses counter arguments: “Although some accuse Alexander of cruelty (bge, Doc C), strong actions were needed to lead his men.”
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The writing processThe writing process
Purpose: Why am I writing this piece? Am I writing to entertain, inform, or persuade?
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Cause and Effect Writing Definitions and Essay Format DefinitionsCause and Effect Writing Definitions and Essay Format Definitions
Distinguish between cause and effect. To determine causes, ask, "Why did this happen?" To identify effects, ask, "What happened because of this?"
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Reflection EssayReflection Essay
I have learned many new things that have helped me become a better and more confident writer. I would say that I successfully met the course objectives and I am happy that I took this class
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Writing Essays, notes, sketches Outline of today’s lectureWriting Essays, notes, sketches Outline of today’s lecture
Argumentative For instance: find an author you disagree with, contrast him/her point by point
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Dual Enrollment/English 101 4Dual Enrollment/English 101 4
Using significant works of literature, students learn analysis. Note: Because this course is a Dual Enrollment class, students will also be required to cover the required objectives listed for English 12
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Compare & Contrast Essay WritingCompare & Contrast Essay Writing
Using metaphors, similes, and analogies to help others understand something foreign or new to them, or to simply identify the similarities and differences
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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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Writing an Analysis What is analysis?Writing an Analysis What is analysis?
You will want to consider what is effective and ineffective. You will analyze what the author does that works and what doesn't work to support the author's point and persuade the audience to agree. An analysis tells
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The Extended Project Survival Guide • Frequently asked questions • What will your supervisor do?The Extended Project Survival Guide • Frequently asked questions • What will your supervisor do?
It is an in-depth study which can take the form of an experiment/ essay or project
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