3. Write a short ‘Summary’: Summarize the text by stating the writer’s purpose and the main ideas, only. (Remember, you must also paraphrase when you are summarizing to AVOID PLAGIARISM). 4. Write an ‘Analysis’: Analyze the TECHNIQUES used by the author (‘Language’, ‘Purpose’, ‘Audience’, ‘Mode of Development', etc).
Now you are in a position to begin the research that will enable you to complete the task. Research and make notes on Gibb’s Reflective Cycle and Inter-professional Capabilities. Make sure you understand what is meant by the terms knowledge, skill and attitude. Research what is meant by inter-professional working. During your research Be systematic and methodical Use separate pages for notes on each section Carefully note the full reference for any quotation, book, article, example that you note (including the page numbers) Structure your notes in a usable way: go over the notes you made during the teaching and structure these, including diagrams if these are helpful to you Make a draft plan of the essay Consider how you are going to structure the essay.
Break your answer down into the areas of research, organising and reporting information. How would you conduct your research? How would you organise the information you collected? How would you present your findings? Researching Make accurate notes on information needed to use as a reminder and focus for action.
You will be evaluated on your introduction and thesis, the body paragraphs in which you argue your claims, and the concluding paragraph. You will also be expected to use the novel as a source, and cite in proper MLA format. A) Julia and Winston Write a formal literary essay considering Julia and Winston as complementary characters. Discuss how they differ in terms of their morality and ethical views, their feelings about history, and their political values. Take care to illustrate your arguments with quotations from the text.
You will have to do some research to prepare for your Oral presentation assignment, and so this essay assignment gives you an opportunity to use that research in a different context and to cite and document that material properly. These are the steps you should follow to complete your assignment: 1. Choose another essay in Refining reading
Feature Article PURPOSE As you move through the assignment sequence of English 101, you are asked to draw from different sources to gain material for your writing. The personal narrative asked you to draw from you own experience and to write from a first person point of view. This second assignment, a feature article, asks you to draw primarily from your own observations and from a source outside yourself—another person. For this project you will choose a place, organization, or event at West Virginia University or within Morgantown. You might look closely at a particular place (e.g.
To fix this 1. read other peoples introductions (and Abstracts), 2. identify what the argument is going to follow then read and see if you are correct. 3. watch for the use of key words and concepts, note how concepts are defined and usually the definitions are drawn from the literature ands references
Key Organizational Concepts Introduction—Opening of your essay. Usually uses a strategy to gain readers’ interest (a quotation, a definition, an anecdote, questions, startling statements), followed by the thesis. In a literary essay like this one, if you can’t think of another way to start, begin either with a
Instead, focus this section on summarizing the information presented in the research that you gathered. Analysis: After you describe your research finding and include references, please offer your analysis of the information here. By beginning the paragraph with a bolded word or including the Analysis subheading, it will be much more apparent to the Evaluator that this is where they will find your analysis of the information rather than it appearing as if it is part of the research summary. For information on how to complete the analysis section, please refer to the course of study or Business Writing and Research Learning Community. Finding Number
An Outline to Writing In this reading, Generating Ideas: Freewriting and Brainstorming, it gives the reader ideas of how to brainstorm, to better prepare themselves for the writing that they will have to write. Learning how to properly write a paper or essay and still hold the attention of the audience is difficult. This reading goes through step by step on how to write a solid paper. This reading also helps you to feel more confident in what you are writing. Freewriting or brainstorming is the first step in writing a paper.