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  • Studying Literature In Grade 12 Analysis

    Analysing Essay Deconstruction The quality, format, and use of communication conventions determines the effectiveness of a formal literary essay. In the essay Studying Literature in Grade 12, by Mrs. Phillips, the text demonstrates an example of a improper persuasive essay. This is shown through the content, incorrect language conventions, MLA citation and plagiarism, as well as the essay structure. Without these details one cannot achieve an effective essay. Mrs. Phillips does not provide proper content when she states “the need to promote and establish our own writers, and the need to encourage younger Canadian authors” (Phillips 1). This is significant because Mrs. Phillips does not justify this point in the body paragraphs. This affects the thesis and content which inferefers with the reader 's understanding. In addition, the author does not provide a supporting statement in the essay. This leads one to not fully understand the information that the author states in the text. This is evident in the text as it says “Canada is an attic in which we have stored American and British literature without considering our own” (Phillips 1). This demonstrates poor content as the author does not provide an explanation after the statement as it also minimizes the effectiveness of the essay. Molina 2 Moreover, Mrs. Phillips fails to properly apply language conventions throughout the essay. Mrs. Phillips shows this when she says “Because we need to become…

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  • Reflection Of My First Theory Of Writing

    THEORY OF WRITING: ITERATION III In my first theory of writing iteration, I stated that writing was communication with words. For writing to be effective, it had to fulfil a purpose and conveyed a message successfully. Although I still believe this to be true, I also declared that effective writing involved correct usage of grammar, spelling, punctuation, organization, etc. No longer agreeing with this statement, it was the initial concept that challenged the way I view effective writing that…

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  • What I Have Learned For English 101

    What I Have Learned in English 101 I have learned a great deal in my second UA Early College class, English101. My writing skills have significantly developed and I have become a more experienced writer. In this class, I have learned to use MLA formatting, writing strategies and processes for different audiences and purposes, a variety of rhetorical strategies and processes for analyzing, and how to revise my work with attention to purpose, development, style, grammar, punctuation. Before this…

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  • Examples Of Self Reflection

    based on Gladwell’s story “10,000 Hour Rule” (Gladwell 2008) and apply the MLA style of writing (whatever that was!). It was all new and very foreign.…

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  • Personal Narrative: Lessons Learned In My Writing

    At the beginning of the year I was really nervous about taking your Composition 1 class. You see, writing papers was never one of my strong traits. Looking back on this semester, I can see just how much my writing has improved. I went from being a writer who stressed over every tiny detail of a paper into someone who feels more confident in her writing to actually start enjoying what I put in my papers. Even though I stressed over every detail in my writing I still lacked a lot of the knowledge…

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  • Reflective Writing Portfolio Analysis

    found myself struggling to organize my thoughts in a way that would clearly show my true self to the reader. However, after going through the Reflective Writing Portfolio course, my writing has changed in both its organization and its overall focus. By examining numerous texts and revising many of my old writings, I have learned various techniques to effectively organize my ideas and make them much clearer to my potential audiences. In addition, I have come to greater appreciate the many…

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  • Essay About My Writing Journey

    It has been a couple months since writing my last cover letter. It is time for me to reflect on my growth as a writer. Do I feel more like a writer than I had felt before? Yes and no. I definitely do not feel like I can call myself a writer. However, I do feel like my writing abilities have progressed. Through my English Composition journey, I felt like my eyes were opened to how much I struggle with writing. Despite the hardships that I have encountered when writing, I have also seen some…

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  • Essay On 9/11 Terrorist Attack In America

    1. INTRO: Yes, the author attempt to capture readers’ interest in the introductory paragraphs. Yes, the author clearly state in any introductory paragraphs what she is going to argue in the Unit 4 Research Paper. The argumentative claim is that Americans view Muslim as a treat because of the 9/11 terrorist attack many citizens are concern with there safety. Congress then passed laws to protect it 's citizen. Yes, I personally think the argumentative claim is interesting and different from…

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  • Cheating And Plagiarism Essay

    in his teens. His parents were poor farmers. Acceptable Paraphrase: Claude McKay began writing poetry in his teens around the time he moved with his family from Sunny Ville, a small town in which his parents were farmers, to Kingston, Jamaica’s capital. However, in spite of his Jamaican upbringing and his international travels, McKay thought of Harlem as his “spiritual home.” (Rozakis 312) Please note that the “unacceptable paraphrase” would be a plagiarism “doublewhammy” because not only were…

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  • Vacious Vafakos: A Short Story

    Okay. Okay, so introduce yourself, name and age. My name's William Vacious Vafakos. My real name is Vacious. And how old are you? 90 years old. Okay. And where are you born? I was going in Brooklyn, New York, on Columbus Day 1927 or October 12. So what was it like growing up in Brooklyn? It was fun. It was really fun because young people don't know how hard their parents are working for them. So did you face any difficulties growing up there? No, the only difficulty I had was when I started…

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