1). This makes her argument more convincing. What I learnt from this essay is, to be descriptive and convincing when writing an essay. So as to draw your reader into the essay and make them want to read it to the end. I am going to use her style to help me in my final essay.
She is using personal experience to help relate her situation to her readers, making them more familiar with her topic. 2. By reflecting to her own experience, she is making readers familiar with her topic by sharing her personal experiences on the topic. 3. A- Valedictorians should be kept B- More than one valedictorian should be selected C- Valedictorian system should be banned altogether 4.
Therefore, I asked her “what keeps you staying at Uni?” By asking this question, it encouraged her to see that it is her dream to complete this degree. I also stated, “You want to finish Uni, but you’re wondering where that light at the end of the tunnel is?” By using the metaphor “the light at the end of the tunnel”, it formed hunches behind her real message. Mona then stated “definitely..I do think is there light at the end of the tunnel and I do believe it will be there one day...” Lydon, Clay and Sparks (2001) believed “therapists need to facilitate and guide their client’s exploration and meaning in a supportive but challenging manner” (p.271). Egan (2007) also believed that challenging the clients’ values helps them clarify what they really
Welcome Paragraph: Hello Nour: Thanks for sending your revised essay into etutoring. It’s Mary again, your tutor today, and I am happy to read your work and to offer feedback and suggestions. You describe your assignment as follows: Sexting. "Write a four page cause/effect or problem/solution paper using only two internet sources. MLA documentation for sources required including in text citations and a works cited page."
I believe Stimach’s essay followed the criteria of a successful argument by persuading me with strong details throughout the entirety of the argument. I think this argument would be a useful teaching tool to put in the textbook, Writing Arguments, because the author backed up her claims with reliable sources and responded to opposing views. Her argument was organized and she gave three specific reasons why students shouldn’t get married in college. Quality Sources One reason this is a good argument is that Stimach uses multiple pieces of factual evidence to support her claims. She moves from one topic to another with ease using facts from other sources frequently.
To learn how to operate a new camera the author would first read the instructions, then view the diagrams while locating and operating the various features. As the author is an avid reader she enjoys learning by reading, and prefers text book learning to lectures. The author assesses the situation and applies the best mode or modes to fit the situation. The author reviewed the study sheets for read/write, visual and kinesthetic learning. The author found several tips for note taking for read/write that would be beneficial such as rewriting notes into outline form or lists, rereading notes, and organizing lists into multiple choice questions for studying.
I expressed that I would! I then began to give explanation again that I was a social work student with Morehead State University and also explained what the assignment must entail, the questions that I will be asking and they may be difficult questions however; I am encouraging her to be as completely honest as possible. I also stated that if she had any concerns, thoughts, or feelings at any time please feel free to express those to me as well and Jenea agreed I began the interview with some basic questions, starting with the micro level of how she became homeless and disabled? Jenea disclosed to me that around the age of thirty, she had lost her right leg because of a spider bite and this is also the beginning of her drug abuse. The hospitals and doctors were giving her medication to handle the pain and she told me that after a while it was not working and a friend showed her how to shoot up the medication, this was easy for her due to the fact she had a port in her arm to distribute her antibiotics.
Remember, too, the art of paraphrasing, the seamless beauty they can add to your future essay Paraphrase (i.e., the Explaining of the direct quotation & details above). Remember the rules on paraphrasing! We did this in class. Remember, too, the art of paraphrasing, the seamless beauty they can add to your future essay My Ideas (i.e., the Connection of the details above to the topic & working thesis; i.e., commentary). You finally get to voice your thoughts, questions, and musings on the information… Ideally, on this card you connect the details to your
SOCF111 Foundations of Communication and Counselling Assessment 1: Practical Skills Application and Brief Reflective Log Name: Chloe Hodgson Student Number: 242866 Word Count: 1187 Communication skills are essential to everyday life, not only in a professional sense, but also in relationships with friends, family and loved ones. This assignment reflects on the different types of communication skills, and ways to achieve the best outcomes in certain situations. In session 3, we were asked to practise using various active listening skills in an interaction with someone. I decided to employ these communication skills when my partner’s mother when she started speaking to me about the painful divorce she is currently going through, whilst
Running head: How I Communicate COM200: Interpersonal Communication (GSL1431B) Instructor: Ingrid Bradley Rhonda Brock Auguust 04 20 During my reading on the article, close relationships sometimes mask poor communication I found the information to be very true to me. Often times people take what you say and you can take what people say and change it to what you m have thought they said or what you thought you heard, and if it’s not corrected that’s where the problems come in.