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  • Student Debt Crisis Speech Reflection

    The speaker did well on speaking clearly, made a good eye contact, and most importantly was he had a good transition throughout his speech. Firstly, he spoke very clearly through his speech because I can hear each of the single words that he spoke. It was important that the audience hear what he is talking about. Secondly, he made a good eye contact to the audience. He did not just focus on reading his note cards. He interact and made eye contact to the most of the audience. Lastly, I think in…

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  • Why Nice Guys Finish Last Analysis

    to find credible sources. In the three articles “Why Nice Guys Finish Last” by Julia Serano, “Visible Man: Ethics in a World without Secrets” by Peter Singer, and “The Weirdest People in the World” by Joseph Henrich, they all represent different ways of how a source can be credible. Many authors and writers strive to make their work and sources credible for the audience, which is why using personal experience, developing a strong tone, and using hard evidence helps to make a source credible.…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Compulsive Lying

    The source was helpful because I never really thought about what types of thing could possibly trigger a memory left in the unconscious. I will be able to use this source to aid me in explaining Holden’s violent outburst. "How Childhood Trauma Affects Adult Relationships." World of Psychology. N.p., 29 Feb. 2016. Web. 05 Mar. 2017. .…

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  • Case Study: Australian Curriculum

    Creating an eminent unit plan can be shown through the Australian curriculum. By following the strands, sub strands and elaborations, unit plans can fulfil the learning needs for all students in this particular subject. The unit plan that has been created for the year four level follows the rationale set by the Australian curriculum outstandingly well. Also included in a successful unit plan is the resemblance of the requirements of the stated rationale. Creating a unit plan for the year four…

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  • Nutrition Case Study

    With the abundance of information available to the public, deciphering between the legitimate and false material is critical to developing a truthful perspective. This means that every source requires investigation- even for knowledgeable professionals. This is the case in every field; however, in regard to healthcare, not only is it essential for quality improvement to ask the correct questions and conduct the right studies, but it is imperative to appropriately interpret and analyze…

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  • Summary: Determinants Of Human Trafficking

    The first source was created by Diego Hernandez and Alexandra Rudolph, that highlighted “What dives human trafficking in Europe,” (Hernandez & Rudolph, 2015). For this sources, the authors needed to be able to evaluate the flow of trafficking into European countries. The authors obtained their information by “collecting statistics from national…

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  • Personal Narrative: What I Learned In My Writing Class

    variety of mistakes. Forgetting to put a comma, citations not done properly ect. these mistakes would have been easily preventable if only I had slowed down and had someone else read through my paper. I also found myself struggling to find reliable sources…

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  • Merits Of Wikipedia

    In “Wikipedia is an Important Source of Information,” the author Craig Belanger contends that Wikipedia is an innovative and appropriate way to access information. By stating the exact number of the whole content of Wikipedia, Belanger emphasizes the continuing growth of Wikipedia and importance of the new way of thinking the site has provided. The author praises the exclusive driving force of Wikipedia, the Web 2.0 service, which allows all users to create and share their information. The…

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  • Argumentative Essay Tobacco

    After rereading my past argumentative essay, I noticed key grammatical and structural errors that, if fixed, could assist me in the future. This argumentative essay lacked a strong thesis, reliable sources, and a sense of order of importance. The argument was to push the United States to make the silent killer, better known as tobacco, illegal. The essay reflected on key factors that were in favor of banning tobacco. After my grandmother died of lung cancer, I began to become an activist in the…

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  • Writing: 10 Core Concepts Summary

    I chose Chapter 23 “Using Source Material” in Writing: 10 Core Concepts. “Using Source Material” is important and useful information on how to use other sources in your writing effectively. Chapter 23 gives examples for how to: include enough information to back up your ideas, but not so much information that it covers up what you want to say. In addition, it gives tips for how to incorporate it into your writing. Robert P. Yagelski argues that “The challenge for many students is resisting the…

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