By doing this, I have also learnt what plagiarism is and how I must avoid it. All work must be referenced and quoted to credit the authors and researches. This has taught me to be honest and sincere in my work which I will maintain right through my degree. The first tasks that we did on this module were a group work where the class was split into two and we were given clues to find out
Critical Analysis of "Bring Back Flogging?" (ENGL 015S) - Xuan Zhou Sign In Xuan Zhou Home Blog Educational Experience Professional Experience Contact Critical Analysis of "Bring Back Flogging?" (ENGL 015S) By XUAN ZHOU on September 9, 2010 6:58 PM | 0 Comments | 0 TrackBacks SEARCH THIS BLOG Full Text Search Tag In his article, "Bring Back Flogging," columnist Jeff Jacoby tries to tell us about the deficiency of today's criminal justice system and to persuade us to bring back flogging as a punishment for certain crimes. His title clearly and directly states his thesis. Techniques such as evidence and assumptions are used in this essay to persuade readers.
I have the opportunity to reread what I have written and then make corrections so that the point that I am getting at is full understood by the reader. I learned to do this from trial and error. I found that more people understand my writing as opposed to me talking directly to them sometime. C) Some symbols that people use to communicate are Morris code. They also use sign language.
Both MacFarland and Bimbi inspired the two author’s to actually want to read, to learn. In Rose’s experience, he writes, “…McFarland had hooked me. He tapped my old interest in reading…I suppose I had been mediocre for too long” . For Malcolm X, the motivation came from “…Bimbi, who" first made me feel envy of his stock of knowledge”. The authors of 1 these articles wanted to expand their knowledge in some way.
ENC1102 Chapter 2 Active Reading Exercise Readings “Winning Hearts and Minds in the War on Plagiarism” by Scott Jaschik “The Maker’s Eye: Revising Your Own Manuscripts” by Donald M. Murray “Tabula Asiae” by Michael Ondaatje Directions Answer the following questions. Submit your completed document to the appropriate submission drop box in the Blackboard Assignments folder. 1. Considering what this unit presented about nonfiction genre, identify the primary genre of each of the readings. In Winning Hearts and Minds in the War on Plagiarism” Jaschik essay was based more on reflection and personal opinions because his were on different studies by different professors on the "war on plaguarism" among students and how common plagiarizing is and the different methods used to change that.
Here’s an example: “Caitlin called and said, “My Mom’s dead!” Dialogues are important because they help your readers visualize your experience. Good job, Andrea! *Andrea 6568721 has requested that you respond to the Main Idea/Thesis: You can still work on developing your main idea by making sure that it expresses clearly what your narrative is about. Remember that the purpose of a narrative is to tell a story. It is about a series of events, but you have to remember that those events must revolve around a single idea.
I will also be comparing sources, stating their reliability and I will use my own research. Finally, I will conclude on what my opinion is. The Quarry Bank Mill and Styal guide book was published in 1995, hence a secondary source. Therefore it may not be very reliable as it was written over nearly, 150 years after Samuel Greg’s death. One purpose of this book was to interest tourist(s)/people to visit Quarry Bank Mill, so it may have been exaggerated to create a better view of the mill to other readers.
During this period in his life, Nader continued to edit the Harvard Law Record. Nader’s work on the Harvard Law Record spurned his desire for consumer advocacy. In 1958, he wrote his first articled entitled “American Cars: Designed for Death” after become convinced from data he gathered at Harvard and MIT that auto safety law unfairly blamed the driver, and not unsafe vehicle design. In 1958, Nader graduated from Harvard Law School. After graduation, Nader continued to work as a research assistant under the direction professor Harold J. Berman who was well versed in Russian law.
I chose the book Bomb: The race to build and steal: The most dangerous weapon. In choosing a book for summer reading, I read all the summaries of the selection given to my freshman English class. One of the major deciding factors for me was interested. Being able to read a book that can hold on to your interest. I enjoy watching the History channel and have often found interest in past event with armed forces, so when reading this summary I found it caught my attention, the story revolved around the war.