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  • Adapt To Loneliness

    my observation journal on March 8, I regard it as “my old friend, my treasure, as it once became a part of my daily life”. Looking back at the whole process of writing it, long but meaningful, I struggled from feeling confused to clear. Due to my misunderstanding of the micro fiction’s main idea and my carelessness for not doing thorough research of its background, I found myself went astray in the first and second draft. I even explained the title “The Nobody” in a wrong way, for I explained it as “a person that cannot be seen because of poverty”. In the peer feedback discussion, one of my group members Frank pointed out my mistake and told me that “nobody” actually means a person of little importance. After realizing it, I revised the thesis statement from “the micro fiction shows the gap between rich and poor or social justice” to “the micro fiction reveals that compared to this objective material world, the existence of each individual is negligible,” which seems more reasonable. Also, such change did make a big difference to my following response, for I focused more on the relationship between each individual’s existence and this material world. Besides, I gradually developed the habit of paying more attention to my potential audience through this writing experience. As my audience are all the professors in WKU who are well-educated with rich life experience, some responses, for instance, encourage the audience to face ups and downs in their life bravely will be in vain.…

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  • How To Live 100 + Reflection

    what he wanted, and then what happened. My weakness I believe that this paper that I couldn’t not understand what Dan buenntter was trying to get apart. I had hard time trying to understand the reason for it thesis statement because even though I was writing a summary, that statement is still necessary to allow my readers to know what my summary was about. I also needed to provide a clear presentation of ideas and examples from the video to help my readers understand the main idea of the source…

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  • Reflection On A Group Presentation

    In our group presentation, there were areas where are presentation excelled and areas where our presentation could have been improved. Our transitions from one topic to the next lacked fluidity across the board. I struggled with reading the evidence I was using to support my claim which distracted me and the audience. Otherwise, the group was able to smooth talk about their topics without much issue. If we had practiced the speech once or twice, transitions between topics would have been more…

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  • Importance Of Diversity Leads To Essay Atrocity

    Thesis Diversity Leads to Essay Atrocity If a student from the previous generation was told of how our current educational system would be, he/she would find it unrecognizable. Throughout the years, education systems had developed a reputation for being rigid, disciplinary, and uncompromising when it came to their curricula; however, as of late, the curriculum has progressively become more accepting towards innovative and creative thinking. This has become evident through multiple courses,…

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  • Negligence Essay Example

    means that negligence can ruin everything in your life including relationship, and health. Context and transition: This is where you will connect your hook to your actually topic. Remember to remain general, but give your topic some context. Sarah Moorcroft is struggling to find who her real daughter is, which causes further harm to the family and their relationship unknowingly. This is not only Sarah but Kristie Moorcroft (daughter of Sarah Moorcroft). She not only causes harm but faces many…

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  • Jeffery Cohen's Seven Monster Theses By Karen Russell

    [their] new fear” (Russell 228). During this decision stage, although Claudette is adapting to the host culture, she is faced with the difficult decision to follow Jeanette, who represents societal femininity, or Mirabella, who represents individualism. Claudette is stuck between the two and the outside forces don’t make her decision easier. Her choice is made easier, when the nuns say things like “Why can’t you be more like your sister?’ to Claudette on a regular basis (Russell 231).. If…

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  • My Reflection Of My Development As A College Level Writer

    course? Ugh. This was the feeling I had when I first registered to take this course and it wasn’t a good one. It had been years since I had to any kind of writing development course. After taking this course throughout the semester it has been an immense help in my development as a college level writer. I began writing 101 with very little writing skills, but now I’m able to formulate a thesis, develop a sentence, develop a paragraph and use proper grammar. A thesis is a statement in the start…

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  • Hello Mr. Frederick Jackson Turner Analysis

    on the economic standpoint of the western frontier? Turner: Like you said, since the frontier was mainly focused on by the wars near it, there isn’t much information to clearly and explicitly state facts on the other viewpoints. My thoughts on the economic standpoint, however, are positive due to the frontier’s attribute to Americanize the land. The frontier has been really generous and kind to the American settlement in an economic perspective as the move westward. The trades paid off, the land…

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  • Science Vs Religion Essay

    The science versus religion controversy is one in which I believe will continue on until the end of time. Dr. Charlie Townes, a Christian man and renowned scientist, considers the parallels of the two demonstrate they are fated to eventually unite (Townes, 1966). Many view science and religion as two completely separate realms, which are fundamentally different and pursue truth in distinctively unlike ways. On the religious front, many hold firm to their faith and historical beliefs; whereas,…

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  • Turner's Frontier

    1893 he expounds strongly the importance of the frontier. In his thesis, he outlines that the frontier shaped and molded men into the embodiments of “Americanism”. These were people in a new world that Turner referred to as Americans that receive great traits all due to the encounter of the frontier. This statement made by Turner has been supported by several historians and to this day still holds true. Many people like Turner argue that the conditions on the frontier turned men into the values…

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