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5 paragraphessay

September 04, 2015

You learned the basics of a 5-aragraph essay way back in middle school. Over time, however, as your writing tasks and topics became more complex, so did your essay structures. Once you get into English comp class in college, however, you will be required to write quite a number of 5-paragraph essays, and so it is probably time to review how to structure one.Read more
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September 02, 2015

A cause and effect essay is written with the purpose of analyzing the causes and/or effects of a single event. Depending on the exact nature of the assignment, a student may focus solely on causes, solely on effects, or equally on both.Read more
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August 31, 2015

There are so many benefits to having good writing skills. You will fare much better on your papers and other classroom assignments for one thing. If you work, the ability to effectively communicate in writing is always a boon. There are even situations in everyday life where good writing skills are extremely useful.Read more
Organizing research paper

August 28, 2015

When students work on research papers, they usually spend hours gathering their sources, reading, and taking notes. What they often forget to think about is how to organize a research paper. At this point, you may be wondering what there is to think about. Aren’t research papers written in the same order all the time (intro, body, conclusion)?Read more
Quotes

August 26, 2015

Using quotes in an essay can serve several purposes. If you are trying to argue a point in your essay, a quote from a respected professional can add authority to your writing. You can also use a quote as an attention getter in your introductory paragraph. Quotes can inspire readers, make them laugh, and make them think. Read more
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August 24, 2015

A global warming essay may have many different purposes and organization structures.If you listen to the vast majority of scientists in the field, the answer is “yes.” If you listen to many politicians and religious leaders, along with a minority of scientists (some of whom are on the payroll of big oil companies), the answer is either “no” or that there is not enough evidence to support the claim.Read more
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August 21, 2015

A quantitative research paper requires factual data that has been gathered in a concrete and numerical ways. If you have been asked or you have chosen to produce a quantitative research paper, whether you are reporting on the quantitative research of others or beginning your own quantitative research project, you must understand the difference between the terms “quantitative” and “qualitative.”Read more
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August 19, 2015

Theories of cognitive development can be quite complex and difficult to grasp initially, but they do become more understandable as students progress through their coursework and begin to see such theories put into practical use in the classroom and other environments. And for students who move on to graduate level work in education, psychology, and sociology, there is ample room for lots of original research that relates to cognition and cognitive development.Read more
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August 17, 2015

Nationalism is defined as strong, even extreme patriotism and pride in one’s country, so much so that it may lead to conflicts with other nations that are also highly nationalistic. The rise of nation states in the 17th and 18th centuries in Europe, for example, gave rise to extreme competition to establish overseas empires. The end result, of course, was a number of wars, culminating in two World Wars.Read more
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August 14, 2015

What a big issue in the U.S. In fact, it is such a large issue, that it is covered and discussed in political science, economics, sociology, history, nursing, pre-med, business courses, and more. And with such wide coverage in coursework, it is highly likely that you will be preparing a health care essay or paper in more than one course. Read more