Various forms of Writing

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  • Reflective Essay: The Writing Process

    The writing process Since I started pursuing my education, writing remains to be part of my life. It has come in handy while pursuing my education as it is an effective tool of communication. To me, it is the best way of expressing my feelings as I am in full control of the process. It is an appropriate way to put my thoughts down in writing. I get to portray my world in writing. It facilitates a platform where I can share my thoughts and communicate them to my audience. Additionally, writing makes me open to people of all walks of life. Moreover, it has been a source of my livelihood while undertaking it for commercial purposes, through a number of platforms. To date, writing has played a significant role in my life in an effort aimed at attaining success. Throughout my preceding levels of education,…

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  • The Importance Of Strategies In Literature

    There have been many writing techniques presented to improve student’s literacy skills within content areas, such as summaries, quick writes, learning logs and journals (Alvermann, Gillis & Phelps, 2013; Robertson, 2015). However, there are many other techniques that lack presentation or recognition for being effective in improving content area literacies. One technique that is underrepresented is poetry (Seda, 2014). Poetry can be beneficial in improving content area literacies across…

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  • A Connecticut Yankee In King Arthur's Court: Character Analysis

    Mark Twain’s “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn” and “A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court,” are both excellent novels. Twain has various inspirations for writing, uses several types of dialogue to convey each character’s individual personality, but writes the stories with a similar theme. By doing these things, Twain makes these stories unlike the other yet still interesting. First, “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn exemplifies his approach to writing stories based on his own…

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  • Disadvantages Of Smartphone In Education

    smartphone mainly used by the young generation for communication purpose, which is messaging and sharing information through different social media. Communication now days becomes global and takes a form of electronic transformation. It is apparent that people communicate and share information with smartphone much more before. The development of mobile technology along its simplicity contribute to this extensive use. Many people around the world engaged in texting and messaging via smartphones.…

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  • Examples Of Observation Of Writing In The Classroom

    able to observe a few methods the teacher was using during the writing period. Writing periods are usually teacher directed and include prompts or copying words in cursive. The only time that writing is student directed is when they free write (during any free time) or when they are working in groups. Throughout the school day, the teacher set aside 50 minutes of writing for the students. The writing period was used for various types of writing. I have observed the students doing a narrative and…

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  • Our Semi-Illiterate Youth? Not So Fast Analysis

    misrepresentation. This is explained when Lunsford expresses that, “Young people are for the most part aware of the context and audience for their writing” (Lunsford 572). In other words, students are choosing on their own free will to alter their writing style. That the decision to not use proper punctuation or sentence structure isn’t because of the effects of technology, but more of a deliberate and calculated decision to express one’s character. It is further explained that regardless of the…

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  • Rhetorical Analysis: The Charms Of Wikipedia

    that text, Limitations for writing on external factor ' basis and significant pushing elements to write that excerpt. Wikipedia has been a primary source of information and continuously providing an ability to find information for every bit and an unknown term. The wiki on one side is generous in providing information for the users, whereas, on the other end, there are various issues and editors can have a direct control for their write up, and other 's write-up in this forum. This problem is…

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  • Travel Writing In Evelyn Waugh's Ninety Two Days

    fictionality is thus inherent in all tr avel writers. The genre of travel writing and fiction intersect e ach other sharing many complexities of the form. Travel writing, however, remains a loosely defined body of literature. One’s ready assumption, probably, would be that travel writing is a factual, first person account of a journey undertaken by the author. One of the most persistent observations regarding travel writing, then, is its absorption of differing narrative genres, styles of…

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  • Analytical Essay: The Role Of Rhetoric

    Rhetoric can be analyzed and broken down in various ways, and at times, in ways that the writer did not intend. When a reader begins to analyze a text, they intend to break it down into a matter they will understand. Yet, in several instances the reader does not understand how rhetoric’s role comes into play and how the writer intended to use these rhetorical concepts. In the texts, Writing with Teachers: A Conversation with Peter Elbow by David Bartholomae, and, Being a Writer vs. Being and…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Banning Pornography

    Thatha Damini, Sweta Kaushik, Pooja Maheshwary, Rashmi P V, Veena R, Yogesh Jotwani Ethical Issues of Banning Pornography Abstract: Regardless of its openly dangerous effects, pornography has been shielded as of potentially therapeutic value for overcoming sexual problems such as frigidity and impotence. This essay offers a systematic analysis of the merits and demerits of pornography from a ethical perspective and suggests likely solutions. It also states the various ethical issues of…

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