- outline intro paragraph (new)
1. Positive planning for a new career interest
a. Applying goals in order to succeed
b. Strengths and areas to improve
2. Profile survey results
a. Career matches and interests
b. Agreeing with the results and suggestions
Use the following to assist you with the writing of your introductory paragraph:
• MyFoundationsLab: Developing and Organizing a Paragraph
• MyFoundationsLab: The Topic Sentence
• MyFoundationsLab: Recognizing a Paragraph
- Cancer research
Five-Paragraph Essay Outline
___In the American society, cancer is the disease most feared by the majority of people with in the United States. ________________________________________________
Cancer is the second leading cause of death in the world. ___________________________________________________
Road map sentence
Cancer can affect men, women, young adults, and children all over the world in differ...
Personal wellness is an important aspect in everyone’s life style. Personal wellness can be
defines as a way to enhance the inner part of our bodies. After intensive research, this author will discuss
personal wellness as it relates to the eating pyramid. What I am going to show is the food pyramid is a
good thing to follow if you are trying to watch your calories.
Nutrition is very important. In 2005, for example, guidelines advise eating more whole grains,
- Count of Monte Cristo Term Paper
Edmond Dantes, at the end of his journey, is not found in the situation he previously intended for himself. Instead, after failing to achieve his initial goals, he is found in a new relationship with Haydee. In The Count of Monte Cristo, Alexandre Dumas shows, through Dantes’ journey, that a person’s efforts do not always deal the intended outcomes, and often cause unintended consequences.
Dantes is faced with a tragedy that ruins the prosperous life he had with his love, Mercedes. During his ...
- Charlie skedaddle
This accessible novel debates such things as the necessity and horror of war and the recognition of true courage. Charley has longed to experience the glory of war and enlists in the Union army to avenge his brother\'s death and to escape from his previous Bowery life. Too young to be a soldier, he enlists as a drummer boy. During his first battle, Charley kills a man and is so traumatized by this that he skedaddles to the mountains of Virginia. There he truly proves his courage by saving the li...
Heath Bell of the Arizona Diamondbacks gave up two home runs Tuesday night and nobody feels worse about it than Heath Bell. Except for the woman who was hit in the face with one of the home runs as her male companion — presumably her husband — cowered in fear and jumped out of the way.
That\'s right, we got another ducker.
In 2010, a woman\'s boyfriend infamously bailed as a foul ball came screaming at her. You remember Bo the Bailer! It would be nice if something like this happened only once ...
- Appendix C: Rhetorical Modes Matrix
Associate Program Material
Rhetorical Modes Matrix
Rhetorical modes are methods for effectively communicating through language and writing. Complete the following chart to identify the purpose and structure of the various rhetorical modes used in academic writing. Provide at least two tips for writing each type of rhetorical device.
NOTE: You may not copy and paste anything directly from the textbook or a web site. All information included in this assignment must be written...
- The Knight (Canterbury Tale Analysis)
In Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales, the Knight is the epitome of what a knight should be. He has quite the heroic past, having been in practically every single battle during his time, and he is also a genuinely nice guy. The Knight differs from everyone else on the pilgrimage, seeming that he does not have any vices or imperfections. The average person would not suspect the Knight to have the high social rank that he does based off of his appearance and m...
- Infant Mortality
Infant mortality is something that affects billions of people around the world each day. And while we live in the United States where our medical practices are much more modernized than a lot of the world, billions of people around the world feel unsafe to become a mother.
Africa is probably one of the most unsafe places to become a mother. Each year, 21 percent of births, 40 percent of the maternal deaths and 33 percent of baby deaths occur there. According to a new encyclopedia of Africa art...
- On The Rainy River Review
Traditional heroes like Superman and Spiderman are all courageous and sacrificial. From the beginning of comic books, to be considered a hero, a person was thought to have super powers that could save civilians from dangerous situations and change the world by fighting crime. Tim O’Brien’s childhood comic hero was the Lone Ranger. Looking up to the Ranger, O’Brien describes his personal view of a hero with “bravely and forthrightly, without thought of personal loss or discredit.” Within Tim O’Br...
- The secretary chant
In this poem Marge Piercy s speaker evokes a concrete vision of a woman who has lost her personal identity to her job. Her bold and descriptive use of metaphors allow the reader to envision a woman who is living her life vicariously through her career. Ms. Piercy successfully uses paradox, personification, and the pun to bring the
character alive. With the use of metaphors, both implied and explicit, the reader can deeply empathize with the central character of this poem.
From the first line...
- Penalty of Death, H L Mencken
Death Penalty Essay
The death penalty has and always will be a controversial topic. People opinions vary depending on the situation involving the death penalty, for example in H.L. Mencken\'s essay "The Penalty of Death" an essay in favor of the death penalty. Mencken\'s essay creates controversy because of his opinion and humor of capital punishment. The death penalty to Mencken is acceptable punishment also described as katharsis; katharsis is "salubrious discharge of emotions, a healthy le...
I am writing this paragraph for future COM/155 students or inexperienced academic writers to give them information about the writing process. There are five steps in the twriting process which include pre-writing, outlining the structure of ideas, writing a rough draft, revising and editing. All of these steps are very important in the writing process especially in an academic setting. The first step, pre-writing is simply brain storming, it is a process that will help to think about a topic, de...
- The Caucasian Chalk Circle
About The Caucasian Chalk Circle
Written in 1944 while Brecht was living in America, The Caucasian Chalk Circle was initially intended for Broadway. It never quite made it there, but was instead premiered by students at Carleton College in Northfield, Minnesota in 1948. Brecht\'s source for the play is most likely Klabund\'s Circle of Chalk, which was based on an ancient Chinese play written in 1300 A.D. with the same name. Brecht adapted this story into parable form and changed the setting to ...
- a vindication of the rights
A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: with Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects (1792), written by the 18th-century British feminist Mary Wollstonecraft, is one of the earliest works of feminist philosophy. In it, Wollstonecraft responds to those educational and political theorists of the 18th century who did not believe women should have an education. She argues that women ought to have an education commensurate with their position in society, claiming that women are essential to the nati...