* A)Fact, Definition, Cause, Value, Policy * B) Support, Questions, Warrants, Characteristic, Argument * C)Proof, Argument, Cause, Policy, Support * D)Questions, Definition, Warrants, Proof, Fact 3. What are claims about value? * A) Claims made of what something worth * B) Argue that one person caused another thing to occur * C) What the definition of something is a settled fact * D) Argue against a certain policy approach to a problem 4. What is Claims of Definition? * A) Definition help categorize your topic * B) value involve judgments, appraisals and evaluations * C) State or assert that something is the case * D) the regard that something is held to deserve 5.
Explain the process used to select EACH alternative (formal, step-by-step decision-making model; search online)* b. Discuss advantages and disadvantages of EACH alternative** c. Discuss financial, legal, and ethical considerations of EACH alternative** 3. Recommend one alternative to solve whistle problem d. Justify recommendation 1. Explain thought processes leading to selected recommendation 2. Reasons this alternative is preferred over other two 3.
If you are raised with neglectful parents, you wouldn’t have a proper mentor to tell you what’s right and wrong, so that could cause you to do bad things and lose your innocence. Also, if you are raised with abusive and drunk parents, it could cause you to resent and hate them. An example of someone like that would be Johnny; he hates his parents so much that he refused his mother to let her see him in the hospital. “I've got a RIGHT to see him! He's my son!
Bone doesn’t have family support. One of the reasons why Bone doesn’t have a family support is that His stepdad abuses him, as he says“the nights he’d sneaked into my room and made me touch his d*** and suck on it” (pg. 195). Abuse leads to some psychological problems. The problem with Bone is that he is scared of his stepdad.
Sop People are not what they seem to be, a saying that is often taken too lightly. In Harper Lee’s book, To Kill a Mockingbird the theme of this has a strong presents. From different characters such as Atticus Finch being seen as a bad parent, Boo Radley being the mysterious neighbor, to Mrs. Dubose terrifying first impression. Atticus Finch was criticized for being a bad parent. At the start of text, Atticus is perceived as an un-fit parent and having a bad influence on his children, Jem and Scout, because of his ways of living.
In the article “Just whom is this Divorce good for? By Marquart she explains, “We found that children of so- called “good” divorces often do worse even than children of unhappy low- conflict marriages. They say more often, that family life was stressful and they had to grow up to soon. They are themselves more likely to divorce and children of divorce feel like divided selves”. I would have to agree with that because I am actually going through my parents getting a divorce and when I found out I didn’t want to believe it at all I didn’t want to see my parents split up it just wasn’t right to me.
For the people to believe the child`s suffering is for the better of the village would mean they also believe the child`s very existence is a bad thing and yet they keep it beneath the very city it could plague, were it to escape. “The room is about three paces long and two wide; a mere broom closet or disused tool room. In the room a child is sitting”. (Omelas, 260). Furthermore, it’s very likely these people just choose to make this child suffer because of its predisposition.
In the works just a little bit of doubt seemed to start turning Giles and Molly against each other and they started suspecting each other of deceit and lies. For instance, Jim was let down by the people that he trusted to take care of him and his brothers. It can be devastating to a relationship, past and
They are discriminated for what they believe, stand for, and everything that they represent. It shows that Atticus Finch was hated for defending Niggers (Lee 79). Many people hated him for his tricking ways (Lee 180). His children were made fun of and picked at about the person that their father was defending. Scout Finch knew that she was different because of her father.