The Minoans used olive oil in their diet, as a cleanser instead of soap, as the base for scents and ointments, as a medicine, in tanning, for lighting and to protect delicate surfaces. Ancient stone olive presses have been found in Crete. The one in Vathypetro, Archanes is believed to be the oldest in Europe. Olive oil was stored in large pit hoi like those found in the West Magazines of the Minoan Palace of Knossos, with a total estimated capacity of 250,000 kilos. Traditional scholarship puts the origin of olive trees in ancient Iran and Turkestan.
HOW TO WRITE A SETTING ANALYSIS ESSAY The setting is where time that the story takes place, and where the story takes place. Every story can have many different settings. For example, the time and place can change many different times. However, the setting can have a much deeper meaning rather than time and place. In fact, many college English and literature courses will ask students to write a setting analysis essay, which students will have to pick an argument about the setting.
Using APA Style with Style Using APA Style with Style Because APA style can be confusing, I have constructed this short paper to model and explain some of the basics of APA style. You can see from the title page and running header how those are supposed to look – note that the running header is different on the first page than the subsequent pages – so the rest of this essay will focus on how to use in-text citations in your paper. There are several ways to cite quotations in an APA-style paper. The first is simply to include your in-text citation, which is the author’s name, year of publication, and page number, at the end of the quote, as in this example: “The first day of class was nerve-racking because I knew I’d be expected to perform” (Sedaris, 2007, p. 379). Notice that the quote is first introduced, then given, and then explained.
Contemporary Approaches Amber Williamson MT140: Introduction to Management Unit 2 Assignment Unit 2 Assignment This week's Assignment consists of typing a paper examining the concepts in the “Contemporary Approaches” section of Chapter 2. After reading about the four contemporary approaches to management: sociotechnical systems theory, quantitative management, organizational behavior, and systems theory, type a 1 page double-spaced paper using Times New Roman 12-pt. font to explain how the approaches are different from one another and stating which approach you think is more important, and why. Assignment Checklist: * Explain how the approaches presented are different from one another. * State which management approach you think is more important, and why.
Answer Question 1 and Question 2. Answer on one text in each question. INFORMATION FOR CANDIDATES The number of marks is given in brackets at the end of each question or part-question. You are reminded that assessment will take into account the quality of written communication used in your answers. SM*(S12-4202-04) Turn over.
complete two of the topics provided. In preparation for each essay, make a few preliminary notes--a list of points to cover, a mini outline, or a brief rough draft--to help you organize your thoughts. Develop four to five paragraphs, between 300-400 words for each of the two essays (may certainly be longer) that respond to each of the topics. Do provide an intro that makes clear which topic you have selected and a conclusion that re-emphasizes your main point. The take-home essays differ from the Formal Essays in that they need not follow MLA formatting, give citations, nor a Work Cited page; however, I do want the final drafts word processed and double spaced for ease of reading.
English 101: College Composition Eberle Persuasive Letter Essay Choose one topic (#11, #13, #15, #16, #17, #18, or #20) from Bauman’s Ideas and Details on page 292. You may also choose a topic of your own, but you must get prior approval to do so. Page 423 – Follow Persuasive Essay (Letter) format Stance Essay • Awaken readers to a circumstance and provides a smart, clear thesis statement (your position). • Provides four (4) proofs (each of a paragraph in length) that support your thesis statement with examples, anecdotes, appeals to values, and/or logic. • Refutes at least two (2) objections to the stance.
The reading text can be taken from a practical teaching magazine, an extract from a book or an academic journal (e.g. ELT Journal) or an internet source. The source text or extract should not be longer than 1,000 – 1,500 words and must have professional relevance. 2. Produce a summary in note form of the main ideas or argumentation of the text.