Guide to writing geography papersGuide to writing geography papers
The purpose of this guidebook is to aid students in writing research papers in introductory college-level geography courses. Consult instructions provided by your Geography professor for guidelines concerning individual assignments
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Extended Essay Subject Guide: MusicExtended Essay Subject Guide: Music
An extended essay in music provides students with an opportunity to undertake in-depth research into a topic of genuine interest to them
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Department of Social Sciences Guidelines for essay writingDepartment of Social Sciences Guidelines for essay writing
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Persuasive Essay PacketPersuasive Essay Packet
In persuasive writing, a writer takes a position for or against an issue and writes to convince the reader to believe or do something
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A. Research QuestionA. Research Question
Ib extended Essay Advisor Comment and Assessment Rubric – Environmental Systems and Societies
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Term paper templateTerm paper template
Term paper template (adapted from Prof. Hickey’s template for term papers). This is an example of how a term paper should be constructed. Delete this header before using the template for your own paper
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A. Research QuestionA. Research Question
Supervisor’s Name: Candidate’s Name
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Writing a Good Essay General TipsWriting a Good Essay General Tips
NO: I think that Christopher Columbus changed history when he embarked on his voyage
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The Differences between a Short Essay and a Short Answer: Your Instructor’s ExpectationsThe Differences between a Short Essay and a Short Answer: Your Instructor’s Expectations
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Structure of the essayStructure of the essay
The introduction acquaints the reader with the topic. Its purpose is to get the readers' attention and make them want to read the essay. For this reason, you should try to make your introduction interesting, engaging, and original
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Notes on Writing a Persuasive Essay Rhetorical Concepts Kairos-timeliness Ethos-credibility Logos-logic Pathos-emotion What is a Persuasive Essay?Notes on Writing a Persuasive Essay Rhetorical Concepts Kairos-timeliness Ethos-credibility Logos-logic Pathos-emotion What is a Persuasive Essay?
Rhetorical Concepts Kairos-timeliness Ethos-credibility Logos-logic Pathos-emotion
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Section 2 Explaining and Informing 354 Listening for InformationSection 2 Explaining and Informing 354 Listening for Information
Facts can be proved true. You can use factual information to increase your knowledge, to solve problems, and to make decisions. Here are some guidelines that will help you to listen successfully
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Midterm Essay: Analyzing a Presidential Campaign AdMidterm Essay: Analyzing a Presidential Campaign Ad
Choose the ad you will focus on for your midterm. Research any claims of fact in the ad and make a page of notes on their accuracy. List the outside sources you will use
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The Monkey’s PawThe Monkey’s Paw
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Introduction: The introduction has a \"hook or grabber\" to catch the reader\Introduction: The introduction has a "hook or grabber" to catch the reader's attention. Some "grabbers" include
Opening with a strong statement: (Cigarettes are the number one killer in America!)
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