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Name ___Megan Spasenoski___ Date ___10/21/14___ Period ___6th___ Practice: Creating Thesis
Statements
Part One: Using what you have learned in English class, change the following topics into thesis
statements. Remember: subject + the side of the argument + 3 main points = thesis. State your own
opinion on the topic along with 2–3 reasons for support.
THIS IS FORMAL WRITING. Example– Topic: Controlling the pet population through spaying and
neutering Thesis: Controlling the pet population through spaying and neutering is very important
because it helps prevent the birth of unwanted and neglected animals. It also improves a pet's health
and reduces unruly behavior in animals. 1. TOPIC: Changing high schools
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Thesis Statement On Favorite Restaurant
Nashabre Payton Favorite Restaurant Thesis Statement: I enjoy eating at Red Lobster because it
gives me the opportunity to socialize with friends and family, serves great food, and it's
inexpensive. Topic Sentence #1: I enjoy eating at Red Lobster because it gives me the opportunity to
socialize with my friends and family. TopicSentence #2: I also enjoy eating at Red Lobster because
they serve great food. Topic Sentence #3: Finally, I enjoy dining at Red Lobster because it's
inexpensive. Has someone ever asked you where you wanted to eat, and you've always responded
by saying you favorite restaurant? I know I have. Every time my mother would ask me where I
wanted to eat at, I would always respond by saying Red Lobster. Sometimes we would...show more
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The word 'consequently' contributes to greater unity or cohesion between sentences and allows the
text to flow more smoothly.
Style
Sentence Length Info
Total Sentences: 41
Avg. Length: 24.3 words
Short Sentences (< 17 words): 9 (22%)
Long Sentences (> 35 words): 6 (15%)
Sentence Variation: 11.2 words (std deviation)
Your writing showcases a good balance between simple and complex sentences, although the
effective use of sentence length cannot be easily measured.
Line chart of the length of each sentence (first 50 sentences). A jagged chart indicates variation.
Helpful Resources:
Effective Use of Sentence Length
Style
Sentence
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Thesis Statement For Teen Suicide
Research Question:
How can teen suicide be prevented?
Thesis Statement:
Even though teen suicide is one of the leading causes of deaths in teenagers, there are many ways it
can be prevented.
Summary of Topic:
Suicide is the third leading cause of deaths in adolescents in the United States. Teensuicide is also
often referred to as a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Teens so often are suicidal and
attempt suicide as a call for help from others. They have no intention in dying they are just trying to
cry out for help from anyone that will listen. Many reasons cause teen to attempt suicide, varying
from bullying to psychological disorders. In fact, psychological disorders accounts for about 90%
of teens who attempt or commit suicide. Teenagers are also at higher risk of suicide when they are
under...show more content...
Teen suicide is something that is endless, it will never stop but if everyone was educated on it, it
could help prevent deaths. I think with people provided with statistics and further information
can help avoid adolescent suicide attempts. I think most teen suicide cases could be prevent if we
knew the signs to look for and the ways to stop it. I believe parents would feel safer if they knew
knowledge on the issue and how to handle it. The intended audiences for this essay is parents or
friends of suicidal teens. This essay is important because, as mentioned earlier, we need to be
educated on suicide to end tons of tragedies. It is also important to be aware of the warning signs
to help prevent. This essay is relevant because teen suicide is a war that happens daily, and will
continue to happen, until we take control of the situation and do something to stop it. If family
members were informed of the cause and symptoms leading up to the attempt of suicide, then there
is less likely that teenagers would try and commit
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Thesis Statement About Sleep
Rhetorical Context Topic: The Causes and Effects of Sleep Deprivation General Purpose: To inform
Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the factors contributing to sleep deprivation and the
effects of insufficient sleep. Audience: University students enrolled in the Art of Public Speaking
course. Central Idea: Sufficient sleep is integral in the life of a university student and is directly
related to academic performance. Therefore students should make a conscious effort to correct
behaviours and habits that lead to poor sleep hygiene. Exigence: Sleep is a humored concept among
university students as the pressures of academic assignments, examinations and social life often robs
them of precious hours of sleep. As a result of unequal...show more content...
2.4The university student living on residential halls are subjected to many activities or conditions
disrupting sleep. Increased social activity levels parties, functions campus activities can lead to a
disruption and ultimately loss of sleep. 2.5The commuting student living in areas of civil unrest is
also subject to sleep deprivation. According to studies "In disadvantaged neighborhoods, for
example, local violence causes individuals to fear for their safety. This can lead to hyper aroused,
which makes it harder to fall asleep and reduces sleep quantity and quality" (Hale & Bonuck, 2016) .
Transition: We can all attest to that assignment, due on the 24th and we toiled through the night of
the 23rd to complete it. These factors have become the normative patterns for us university students.
3.1. Sleep deprivation is directly correlated to poor academic behaviours and or
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Suicide Thesis Essay
I. INTRODUCTION:
п‚· Thesis: While Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem, I believe That Suicide is
wrong.
II. BODY PAGE 1: The History of Suicide
п‚· Opening Sentence: Why do people commit Suicide?
п‚· Detail 1: Suicide Methods
п‚· Detail 2: Suicide and Mental illness
п‚· Detail 3: Prevention
III. BODY PAGE II: School Bullying/Teen Suicides
п‚· Transition/Opening Sentence: The Bullies have a new way to attack people over the internet.
п‚· Detail 1: The Factors that contribute to Suicide
п‚· Detail 2: How the Internet/Social Media Has Had an Impact on Suicide in Young Adults
п‚· Detail 3: The many different forms of Bullying that can lead to a
IV. BODY PAGE III: Military/Terrorist Suicide
п‚· Transition/Opening Sentence: Could Suicide...show more content...
Whilst cyber bullying is not physical it's emotional and psychological effects are devastating for
the victim and can often lead to suicide and depression (Hinduja &amp; Patchin, 2010). Social
Networking sites act as a platform where bullies can say things they might not usually say to
someone in person, anonymity and less physical proximity act as a wall between the bully and the
victim, none the less, the words or rumors' that are shared are still just as hurtful. Bullies often feel
more confident online and they can contact their victims anytime, anywhere, day or night, not just in
the school yard (Smith et al., 2008)." (Procon. (24 O). Retrieved from http:/
/socialnetworking.procon.org/) For example "Jamey Rodemeyer in 2011 a 14–year–old boy from
Williamsville, NY, took his life after what his parents claim was years of bullying because of
struggles with his sexuality. His parents, Tracy and Tim Rodemeyer, say that Jamey faced bullies for
years, though things intensified in middle school, according to NBC 2. According to NBC, the
Rodemeyers had gone to the school about the problem in the past. Jamey even sought
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Titanic Thesis Statement
The Titanic may be one of the most famous and well known shipwrecks of our time. Just about
everyone learns of the tragedy in school and how it was a complete accident. Information has
been found that point to the tragedy not being what we think it is. There is evidence that shows
that the ship thought to be the Titanic may actually be named the Olympic, and may have been
used in an insurance scam. This evidence includes pictures showing different amounts of port
holes and even people working on the ship coming forward. It has yet to be proven if this is 100%
true, but most would agree that all of this points to it being true. Everyone knows the story of the
Titanic. The ship was on its maiden voyage when it hit an iceberg and sank, leading to the death of
more than 1,500 people ("Titanic" A+E Networks). It was a horrible event, but it may have all been
planned by the company that owned the ship. White Star Line owned both the Titanic and its sister
ship, the Olympic. The...show more content...
Why is that they had such a difficult time finding people to work on the ship if so many people
we're out of work? It may have been that there was talk in the town of the switch. With the rich
and powerful, it may have been that they were friends with the high ranking people who knew
that the titanic was going to sink and were warned. An example of one of these men is J.P.
Morgan. He canceled his trip on the Titanic just a few days before its voyage, saying that it was
due to sickness. A short while after he was photographed in France with his wife in seemingly good
health. One theory is that he was informed about the scheduled crash and found another way to his
destination. One where he knew he was safe (Shan Dawson's YouTube
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Writer's Statement
Thesis Statement: Climate change is natural; however, advances of human society such as
deforestation, industrialization, and the burning of fossil fuels, have increased the rate at which the
climate is changing.
My three major sources stood out when writing my research paper on climate change. My main
source was Louis Bergeron's, "The World Can be Powered by Alternative Energy, Using Today's
Technology, in 20–40 Years, Says Stanford Researcher Mark Z. Jacobson." In this article, Bergeron
describes an energy researcher's plan to power the world with renewables within the next few
decades. My second source was Marc Lallanilla's, "Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Causes and
Sources." In this article, Lallanilla talked about the
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Criminal Justice: Thesis Statement
1) There are multiple goal statements (see the highlighted statement in the body of your paper).
What is the ultimate goal and thesis statement for this project?
Beyond the Borders training has a focus on shifting the church from the place of judgement and
condemnation to that of restoration and compassion, regarding individuals involved in crime in the
inner city. This is developed from the self–evaluation approach. Its goal is to produce a level of
empathy where engagement can birth another option to those who find themselves in the cycle of
crime as a result of poverty.
2) Identifying root causes and addressing them in a training program is not 'new work.' Finding a
way to decrease apathy and help the congregation move from judgment to compassion and
engagement is 'new work.' What do you understand to be the 'new work' that you are proposing?
The new work is the shift in the congregations view of those people who have found themselves in
criminal situations. This is accomplished from a self evaluation approach that causes the
congregants to reflect on their own lives in order to transform their judgement into compassion. It
creates a communal atmosphere where the hearts of the people are more sensitive to the factors
surrounding crime in the inner city...show more content...
As a church we have misappropriated the level of judgement dispensed. We understand that all have
sinned and that true discipleship requires accountability and discipline, however, the indubitable
level must be delivered in a humble and nonjudgemental manner. We must realize the greatest impact
for change is empathy, compassion and action. The only way to ensure the action is effective, one
must first hear what the people feel as though their issues are. Next we must remove ourselves from
a hypocritical place of judgement so that we can full understand and
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Thesis Statement On Standardized Testing
Thesis: The effects of standardized testing have negatively impacted students across the United
States. High Stakes testing has led to a decrease in student motivation, high retention rate, and a
notable change in early dropout rates.
I.History of Standardized Testing
A. Standardized testing shows where a student stands academically.
B. High stake testing determines if a student will move forward a grade or not.
C. The legislatives thought high stake testing would improve student academics.
II.Lack of Student Motivation
A. According to the article, "Student Motivation: An Overlooked Piece of School Reform,"
Motivation can affect a student's outcome in class.
B. An absence of understudy inspiration can assume an essential part in an understudy...show more
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Although legislatives assumption was that high stakes testing would enhance understudy inspiration,
and raise understudy accomplishment, that supposition was completely incorrect. The effect of
standardized testing (high–stakes testing) has not been positive throughout the United States at all.
Due to the lack of motivation, the high retention rate, and notable change in dropout rate, it may be a
while until many states recover, especially for states like Louisiana. According to Nola, Louisiana is
tied with Florida for having one of the country's fifth lowest graduation rates, and one of the highest
dropout rates. Our society needs to come together and think of a plan that will help students, and
prevent the increasing number of kids who decide to give up on school. A system that will benefit
both students, and teachers should be created; making it better for both, students and teachers to
work together properly. With a new system student motivation may improve, the number of over
aged students sitting in the wrong grade will decrease, and the notable dropout rate will actually
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Everyday Use Thesis Statement
General statement:
Mama understands the past and the significance of a family heritage. Her heritage including her
memories of her mother and grandma making quilts together by hands.
Topic sentence:
Alice Walker's "Everyday Use" introduces a clash between generations. Now and then, Maggie and
Dee.
Thesis Statement:
Alice Walker carefully portrays the three characters: The mother, Dee. And Maggie
Body A, Mama:
The character of Mama in the short story "Everyday Use" by Alice Walker endures through intense
times and takes advantage of what she has. She is a lady that tells things how they are, only plain
truth. She can be entertaining now and again and intense at others. She is self–portrayed as "a large,
huge boned, women with rough, man–working...show more content...
The way the burning house, her stuck–up sister, and society influenced Maggie make her unique in
relation to others. Maggie was so damaged from her home burning down that she turned into a
meek and undervalued young lady. Maggie is so unsure that her mother says she walks like a dog
run over by a car: "chin on chest eyes on ground, feet in shuffle, ever since the fire that burned the
other house on the ground." This demonstrates that Maggie absence of self–confidence make her
frightened to look. She imagines that on the off chance that she can't see the individuals around
her, then they can't see her. What's more, Maggie's discernible scars have impacted on the way
she conducts herself. As indicated by Mama, when she was pulling Maggie out of the fire, her
arms were adhering, "her hair was smoking, and her dress was tumbling off her in minimal dark
papery pieces." This is huge light of the fact that indicates how much the flame really physically
scarred her. This additionally clarifies why she is so apprehensive about individuals seeing her.
Maggie's apparent compressed version of confirmation in herself is created basically by the fire.
The barbaric way Maggie's sister, Dee, presents herself awful impact on Maggie's certainly. At this
point when Dee inquired as to whether she can have some unique quilts and Mama says no on the
grounds that she
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Thesis statement: Leadership depends on the leader's leadership style and there way of
communicating ideas rather than the leader themselves. Both women and men believe in similar
leadership styles however women prefer a more participative leadership approach.
According to organisational behaviour by McShane, leadership is defined as influencing, motivating
and enabling others to contribute towards the effectiveness and success of the organisation of which
they are members (page 382, McShane).Becoming an effective leader depends on the leader's
leadership style. Successful leaders have vision and charisma, also the leader should have an
ongoing personality, talkative, careful and self–disciplined. The leader must also have self–concept
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Albert Einstein was a very influential leader in the modern era, as he transformed humanity's
understanding of the universe. In the 1920's he become an active leader of international
movement (The guardian, 2012). A path goal theory is based on the expectancy theory of
motivation which relates to several types of leadership styles that relates to specific followers. In
the path goal theory there are three leadership styles that make an effective leader, these include,
the leader must be directive, and this includes clarifying performance goals, using rewards and
being task orientated. Leaders should also be supportive this means the leader should be friendly
and approachable, treats everyone equally and with respect. The last leadership style if
participative, the leader should consult employees, ask for suggestions and take their ideas into
consideration (McShane, p388). Albert was a good leader due to his excellence in leadership
qualities which where it was an excellent listener, he was always motivated and have good
knowledge, power and influence in how to lead. Einstein always listened to everyone and never
ignore them, however he learnt from them on how to improve his leadership styles, therefore
making him a good leader. He was also motivated in discovering new ideas regardless of how
many people put him down, and he also had a clear relationship between leadership and ethics
which was significant in keeping a lasting impression as the world leader (Iain hay,
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The Power of Language Essay examples
The Power of Language Language plays an important role in communication by bringing people
together and enriching their relationships. Language can also alienate those who do not speak it
properly, or at all, from those who do. The essays, Mother Tongue, by Amy Tan, best known for
her book, The Joy Luck Club, and Se Habla Espanol, by Tanya Barrientos, delve into the many
powers that language holds. These essays reflect how by not speaking a language in proper form
and by not speaking a language at all, affects the lives of the subjects of the stories. People who can
speak a certain language, but only in 'broken' form, are generally looked down upon by native
language speakers. In her writing, Mother Tongue, Amy Tan writes about her
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However, many Hispanic families were and in some cases, still are viewed as lower–class citizens.
According to Barrientos, "To me, speaking Spanish translated into being poor. It meant waiting
tables and cleaning hotel rooms. It meant being left off the cheerleading squad and receiving a
condescending smile from the guidance counselor when you said you planned on becoming a
lawyer or a doctor" (561). They are not respected in a lot of communities, they live dirty, and they
have bad jobs. These stereotypes are reasons why Barrientos did not want to be called Mexican
and never wanted to learn Spanish. If diversity had been celebrated when Barrientos was a child,
as it is celebrated and honored now, she would have grown up speaking Spanish and being proud of
her heritage. Children are very impressionable and tend to take on others' opinions as their own, but
as they grow older, they develop a greater understanding and perspective of the way things are and
the way they should be. As adults, both Tan and Barrientos learned to accept and embrace the
languages that previously embarrassed them. Barrientos immersed herself in her Mexican heritage
and enrolled in many Spanish classes. With each enrollment, she faced yet another stereotype that
came with being of Mexican ethnicity; her instructors thought she should already know Spanish
since she was Latina. Barrientos is now determined to learn her native language. Tan has learned to
love the way in
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Thesis Statement For Pride And Prejudice
Pride and Prejudice: Essay Outline Thesis statement, including map of development: In Jane
Austen's novel "Pride and Prejudice," the author traces portrait of women's role during the Regency
period: they were expected to get married, to be accomplished and to self–scarify. Topic Sentence
#1: Marriage was crucial at the time, and women of the early Victorian age were expected to
marry and to get their daughters married. a.Argument: Marriage assured social security for both the
women and the family. b.Example: When Lady Catherine tells Elizabeth that Darcy was supposed
to marry her daughter: "The engagement between them is of a particular kind. From their infancy,
they have been intended for each other. It was the favorite wish of his mother, as well as of her's.
While I their cradles, we planned the union: and now, at the moment when the wishes of both sisters
would be accomplished, in their marriage, to be prevented by a young woman of inferior birth, of
no importance in the world, and wholly unallied to the family!" (Austen 335–336). c.Explanation:
Lady Catherine's reaction demonstrates the crucial importance of marriage in the society, but also
for women. Families needed their daughters to marry in the same social class or above to insure
social prestige. Demonstrates Lady Catherine's role to protect the high class and prestige of her
descendants through marriage. For Elizabeth and her family, this union with the higher class assures
them social security. a.Argument: Marriage was a market, women needed to marry to ensure
financial security. b.Example: When Mrs. Bennet learns that Mr. Bingley is coming to town: "A
single man of large fortune; four of five thousands a year. What a fine thing for our girls!" (Austen
6). c.Explanation: Marriage was the only way for the Bennet girls to ensure financial security. Girls
are too high class to get jobs but would not inherit. Financial security also ensured future economic
security for Mrs. Bennet after her husband's death. Topic Sentence #2: Women of the early 1800s
need to demonstrate accomplishments and education. a.Argument: Accomplishments demonstrated a
woman's value. b.Example: Lady Catherine to Elizabeth: " 'Do
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Thesis Statement : Mary Shelley 's Frankenstein
Thesis Statement: In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, the creature's identity as a monster is due to
societal rejection, isolation, and misinterpretation.
Body Paragraph One (Paragraph Two of Five)
Topic Sentence: The creature continually faces societal rejection, which plays a crucial role in
developing his identity as a monster.
Proof One:
–As soon as Frankenstein sees "the dull yellow eye of the creature open", he is immediately
horrified by it. (p. 38–39) "His yellow skin scarcely covered the work of muscles and arteries
beneath". His hair and teeth "formed a ... horrid contrast with his watery eyes, that seemed almost of
the same colour as the dun white sockets in which they were set, his shrivelled complexion, and
straight, black lips"....show more content...
After eating some food and resting, he headed to the village nearby. At his arrival, "the whole
village was roused". "Children shrieked" and "women fainted". "Some fled, some attacked" the
creature. The creature was "grievously bruised by stones and many other kinds of missile weapons".
He ran away and "fearfully took refuge in a low hovel". (p. 83)
–Now the creature knows that it is not only his creator, Frankenstein, who rejects him, but an entire
village. He was left "miserable .... from the barbarity of man". He is not only learning that society
dislikes him, but that it is 'normal' to attack others. He hasn't known kindness in his entire life. He
doesn't even know that it exists. The second contact he has with humans, they are being violent.
They are not demonstrating any sort of reason, teaching the creature that it is normal to be violent
and impulsive.
Proof Three:
–When the creature finally decided to come into contact with the family, he waited until the "old
man, at his own desire, was left alone in the cottage". (p. 107) He knocked, and upon being admitted,
made conversation with the old man. The creature explained that he was "an unfortunate and
deserted creature". (p. 108) When the heard the younger people returning, he told the old man to
"save and protect" him. (p. 110) As soon as the younger people saw him, they were horrified.
"Agatha fainted; and Safie, unable to attend her friend, rushed out of the cottage. Felix darted
forward and ...
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Thesis Statement For Pets Research Paper
Motivator
Have you ever been bored, or alone with nothing to do? Or maybe you have been in a situation
where you wanted some sort of companion to be with? Well if you have ever had a pet, well then
you will know why pets can make you happy when you are sad or be with you in the worst times.
Greeting
"Good Morning Teachers, Judges, and Fellow students. Today I will be speaking to you a little bit
about why it is beneficial to have pets in your life and in your home".
Topic (THESIS STATEMENT)
Topic (Thesis Statement): In this speech I will talk about why pets can provide comfort, why they
can be beneficial for your heatlh, and why pets can teach kids many valuable life lessons in which
they will need to know when they grow up.
Topic Sentence
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Topic Sentence
The final reason why it is beneficial to have pets is for learning. Pets can teach kids things will
probably need to know when they grow up. Here is why pets are beneficial for learning purposes.
Supporting Detail #1
First, Pets can teach responsibility which is a very important life skill. To care for apet you must
feed it, give it exercise, give it affection, and much more. This teaches responsibilty because it
shows kids that they need to make time in their day to feed their pet, to play with it, and to walk it.
When kids who own pets grow up they will most likely be very responsible because of the valuable
lessons taught in their childhood when they had that pet.
Supporting Detail #2
Next, Pets can actually teach kids respect. This is because children must be respectful to their pets
in order to make them happy and in order for them to like the child. For example, Children must not
disturb their pets when they are eating or sleeping, and they must be gentle when they are petting
/touching their pet. If children respect there pets they will most likely respect people too. That is
why pets are great for
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Thesis Statement For Cyber Bullying
Thesis Statement: Cyberbullying is on the rise in Indonesia and affected everyone that
possesses on social media.
For many teenagers, social media plays a big role in their lives. Social media like Twitter,
Facebook, Instagram, Path and many more can be useful tools to keep in touch with friends
which live far away. Social media is one of the most used types of websites by teenagers. This
means it is commonly used for both good and bad purposes. Although social media can be used
in a positive way such as communicate with the other friends which is improving social skills,
however, negative effects which is cyber bullying. Bullying is when someone is being hurt either
by words or actions and has a hard time stopping what is happening...show more content...
There are many
causes for Cyberbullying to occur.
The impacts of cyber bullying for the victims can be underestimated because they are
mainly psychological and not physical. Cyber bullying in its extremes has led to the death of
several teenagers. Cyber bullying leads to depression and lack of enthusiasm for life that drives
the victim to suicide in order to escape the torment. Actually, the first step of preventing and
stopping cyber bullying starts with the individual themselves. They should respect the others and
also themselves because everyone has their human rights and no one cannot destroy it. Simple
steps like using the internet appropriately and not provoking other users are very effective in
preventing cyber bullying. Using internet as the media social is fine but trying to harm people by
spreading gossip or starting rumors and stealing someone password or hacking are bad things.
Technology is decreasing the ability for others to interact and communicate, which is
highly essential in today's world. While social media is a useful tool in our increasingly
connected world, they can also adversely affect our development and the nature of our
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Cyber Security Breach : Thesis Statement
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Topic: scenario #3 – Cyber Security Breach
Thesis statement: In an incredibly interconnected world we all shared today, it is not unusual to hear
daily reports about aggressive cyber attacks on private and public sectors, which often results in
compromisation of personal information affecting lives of many at varying degrees; and in some
cases, the stolen information endangered the safety of countless otherwise innocent individuals. On
top of privacy infringement, exploitation of intellectual properties occasionally deals a disastrous
blow to the financial status and competitiveness of targeted companies, giving the offenders valuable
insights to leverage their wrongful intention. Nevertheless, the most detrimental form of attack are
the ones directed at corporations responsible for maintaining critical infrastructures of a country such
as power grid, nuclear facility, and public transportation. Any one of these infrastructures going under
siege would create inconsiderable economical and existential crisis threatening the country's stability,
welfare, and future.
In order to deal with ever encroaching threats at private, public and domestic levels, companies must
disclose cyber breaches to the public at appropriate time, despite issues like shareholder lawsuit,
embarrassment, and further future attacks. By promoting transparency on cyber securities, we
educate the public about safety measures on sharing private information, emphasize
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The Terrorist Attacks On 9 / 11 Essay
Name:
Title:
Institution:
Thesis Statement
Since the terrorist attacks on 9/11, America has been on edge about the topic of terrorism. Groups
like Al–Qaeda, Hamas, Taliban, and now more recently, ISIS, has kept the world cautious of their
every next move. Looking more closely into how these groups are formed and operate could help us
better understand how they can be stopped. Studying the history of terrorist organizations can help
us better predict the future of terrorist organizations.
Introduction
Terrorism has become popular among extremists who are employing different dynamic strategies to
thrive in their agenda. Understanding the terror groups is fundamental principle to overcome them
or counter the sects. Modern terrorism has additionally advanced. Today 's assaults are less
incessant, however all the more savage. Terrorists beforehand acted like renegades trying to connect
with the foe (Miller, 2013. This was trailed by a period of kidnappings and plane hijackings. States
create first class counter–terrorist strengths, extraordinarily prepared at prisoner transaction and
salvage. Like the youngster 's amusement – paper–scissors–stone the following phase of
advancement was the appropriation of bombings as the favored strategy (Roberts, 2014). Bombs
can be delivered from basic materials, put and exploded remotely, with generally okay to the planes
and little open door for counter–terrorist strengths to catch them. Terror groups like the IRA,
Al–Qaida, ISIS and Boko
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Thesis Statement: The success of any relationship relies on one's ability to communicate well.
Communication is important in relationships as it allows us to share our interest, concerns, support
each other; organize our lives and make decisions; and it allows us to work together. Effective
communication is based on the way we talk and listen, how we respond and our body language. We
can all learn how to improve the way we communicate. It takes more than words to create a safe,
exciting and secure relationship. Too often the signals we send are not those we intend to send.
When this happens, both connection and trust are lost in our relationships. When we communicate,
we can say a lot without speaking. Our body, our posture, tone of...show more content...
There is nothing that keeps a relationship strong and going healthy, better than understanding and
once established communication is created many become more familiar with communication and the
different ways we can communicate.. When communication involves talking to our family, friends,
people in general, people tend to turn to their others first (partner, spouse, friends etc) when things
are not running so smoothly in their relationship. They automatically start pointing the things that is
or isn't doing well. People always tend to turn to their partner first when things are not running so
smoothly in their relationship. Remember, it is very easy to see other people's mistakes, but not as
easy when taking a look at yourself, it is much harder to accept criticism, even from yourself–
because no one wants to be wrong. This is where we need to get real about things. Communication is
not about who is right or wrong, but instead about helping each other see things from each other's
perspective, so that you can be on the page and avoid any misunderstanding that will cause unneeded
arguments. Communication is not so complicated, once there is understanding in addition to
understanding what the right way communicating is and what methods of communication works for
you and your communication best. Effective communication cannot happen on its own or with the
efforts of only one person.
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Thesis Statement On Sexual Harassment
Abstract
Sexual assault is a dangerous behavior that is widely spread in our societies all around the world.
Some studies show that this kind of problem is due to several accidents that have occurred in a
person's childhood or adulthood. It has negative effects on a victim's life. The paper offers insights
about this topic with several references and quotes from many experts. However, the term sexual
harassment is defined and explained thoroughly. The causes of this serious problem are presented
and then the several harmful effects are mentioned and explained. A few approaches can be
followed in order to prevent this offense from happening again, hoping to save the lives of many
people.
Keywords : sexual harassment , widely spread, victim , dangerous, accidents, childhood, adulthood,
causes, harmful , approaches, prevent, save. Outline:
Thesis statement: Sexual harassment is an ongoing issue. From everyday workplaces to daily
encounters, sexual assault is still a concern in our daily life and has yet to be generally recognized.
I– Categories and causes A–Categories 1. Physical abuse 2. Verbal abuse B–Causes 1. Mental
disorders 2. Attachment and neglect in early childhood...show more content...
Traumatic problems 2. Mental chaos
B– Prevention Sexual harassment is an uninvited and unwelcome verbal or physical behavior of a
sexual nature, especially by a person in authority toward a subordinate, as per the Merriam–Webster
dictionary. This behavior is present in a large number in our societies and we can see such
situations at many places, from every day workplaces to daily encounters. A person can be
harassed in different manners and it has several consequences on the victims. Sexual assault is still
a concern in our daily life and has yet to be generally recognized and it should be prevented. I–
Categories and causes A–Categories
1– Physical
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  • 1. Thesis Statement Name ___Megan Spasenoski___ Date ___10/21/14___ Period ___6th___ Practice: Creating Thesis Statements Part One: Using what you have learned in English class, change the following topics into thesis statements. Remember: subject + the side of the argument + 3 main points = thesis. State your own opinion on the topic along with 2–3 reasons for support. THIS IS FORMAL WRITING. Example– Topic: Controlling the pet population through spaying and neutering Thesis: Controlling the pet population through spaying and neutering is very important because it helps prevent the birth of unwanted and neglected animals. It also improves a pet's health and reduces unruly behavior in animals. 1. TOPIC: Changing high schools Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 2. Thesis Statement On Favorite Restaurant Nashabre Payton Favorite Restaurant Thesis Statement: I enjoy eating at Red Lobster because it gives me the opportunity to socialize with friends and family, serves great food, and it's inexpensive. Topic Sentence #1: I enjoy eating at Red Lobster because it gives me the opportunity to socialize with my friends and family. TopicSentence #2: I also enjoy eating at Red Lobster because they serve great food. Topic Sentence #3: Finally, I enjoy dining at Red Lobster because it's inexpensive. Has someone ever asked you where you wanted to eat, and you've always responded by saying you favorite restaurant? I know I have. Every time my mother would ask me where I wanted to eat at, I would always respond by saying Red Lobster. Sometimes we would...show more content... The word 'consequently' contributes to greater unity or cohesion between sentences and allows the text to flow more smoothly. Style Sentence Length Info Total Sentences: 41 Avg. Length: 24.3 words Short Sentences (< 17 words): 9 (22%) Long Sentences (> 35 words): 6 (15%) Sentence Variation: 11.2 words (std deviation) Your writing showcases a good balance between simple and complex sentences, although the effective use of sentence length cannot be easily measured. Line chart of the length of each sentence (first 50 sentences). A jagged chart indicates variation. Helpful Resources: Effective Use of Sentence Length Style Sentence Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 3. Thesis Statement For Teen Suicide Research Question: How can teen suicide be prevented? Thesis Statement: Even though teen suicide is one of the leading causes of deaths in teenagers, there are many ways it can be prevented. Summary of Topic: Suicide is the third leading cause of deaths in adolescents in the United States. Teensuicide is also often referred to as a permanent solution to a temporary problem. Teens so often are suicidal and attempt suicide as a call for help from others. They have no intention in dying they are just trying to cry out for help from anyone that will listen. Many reasons cause teen to attempt suicide, varying from bullying to psychological disorders. In fact, psychological disorders accounts for about 90% of teens who attempt or commit suicide. Teenagers are also at higher risk of suicide when they are under...show more content... Teen suicide is something that is endless, it will never stop but if everyone was educated on it, it could help prevent deaths. I think with people provided with statistics and further information can help avoid adolescent suicide attempts. I think most teen suicide cases could be prevent if we knew the signs to look for and the ways to stop it. I believe parents would feel safer if they knew knowledge on the issue and how to handle it. The intended audiences for this essay is parents or friends of suicidal teens. This essay is important because, as mentioned earlier, we need to be educated on suicide to end tons of tragedies. It is also important to be aware of the warning signs to help prevent. This essay is relevant because teen suicide is a war that happens daily, and will continue to happen, until we take control of the situation and do something to stop it. If family members were informed of the cause and symptoms leading up to the attempt of suicide, then there is less likely that teenagers would try and commit Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 4. Thesis Statement About Sleep Rhetorical Context Topic: The Causes and Effects of Sleep Deprivation General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the factors contributing to sleep deprivation and the effects of insufficient sleep. Audience: University students enrolled in the Art of Public Speaking course. Central Idea: Sufficient sleep is integral in the life of a university student and is directly related to academic performance. Therefore students should make a conscious effort to correct behaviours and habits that lead to poor sleep hygiene. Exigence: Sleep is a humored concept among university students as the pressures of academic assignments, examinations and social life often robs them of precious hours of sleep. As a result of unequal...show more content... 2.4The university student living on residential halls are subjected to many activities or conditions disrupting sleep. Increased social activity levels parties, functions campus activities can lead to a disruption and ultimately loss of sleep. 2.5The commuting student living in areas of civil unrest is also subject to sleep deprivation. According to studies "In disadvantaged neighborhoods, for example, local violence causes individuals to fear for their safety. This can lead to hyper aroused, which makes it harder to fall asleep and reduces sleep quantity and quality" (Hale & Bonuck, 2016) . Transition: We can all attest to that assignment, due on the 24th and we toiled through the night of the 23rd to complete it. These factors have become the normative patterns for us university students. 3.1. Sleep deprivation is directly correlated to poor academic behaviours and or Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 5. Suicide Thesis Essay I. INTRODUCTION: п‚· Thesis: While Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem, I believe That Suicide is wrong. II. BODY PAGE 1: The History of Suicide п‚· Opening Sentence: Why do people commit Suicide? п‚· Detail 1: Suicide Methods п‚· Detail 2: Suicide and Mental illness п‚· Detail 3: Prevention III. BODY PAGE II: School Bullying/Teen Suicides п‚· Transition/Opening Sentence: The Bullies have a new way to attack people over the internet. п‚· Detail 1: The Factors that contribute to Suicide п‚· Detail 2: How the Internet/Social Media Has Had an Impact on Suicide in Young Adults п‚· Detail 3: The many different forms of Bullying that can lead to a IV. BODY PAGE III: Military/Terrorist Suicide п‚· Transition/Opening Sentence: Could Suicide...show more content... Whilst cyber bullying is not physical it's emotional and psychological effects are devastating for the victim and can often lead to suicide and depression (Hinduja &amp; Patchin, 2010). Social Networking sites act as a platform where bullies can say things they might not usually say to someone in person, anonymity and less physical proximity act as a wall between the bully and the victim, none the less, the words or rumors' that are shared are still just as hurtful. Bullies often feel more confident online and they can contact their victims anytime, anywhere, day or night, not just in the school yard (Smith et al., 2008)." (Procon. (24 O). Retrieved from http:/ /socialnetworking.procon.org/) For example "Jamey Rodemeyer in 2011 a 14–year–old boy from Williamsville, NY, took his life after what his parents claim was years of bullying because of struggles with his sexuality. His parents, Tracy and Tim Rodemeyer, say that Jamey faced bullies for years, though things intensified in middle school, according to NBC 2. According to NBC, the Rodemeyers had gone to the school about the problem in the past. Jamey even sought Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 6. Titanic Thesis Statement The Titanic may be one of the most famous and well known shipwrecks of our time. Just about everyone learns of the tragedy in school and how it was a complete accident. Information has been found that point to the tragedy not being what we think it is. There is evidence that shows that the ship thought to be the Titanic may actually be named the Olympic, and may have been used in an insurance scam. This evidence includes pictures showing different amounts of port holes and even people working on the ship coming forward. It has yet to be proven if this is 100% true, but most would agree that all of this points to it being true. Everyone knows the story of the Titanic. The ship was on its maiden voyage when it hit an iceberg and sank, leading to the death of more than 1,500 people ("Titanic" A+E Networks). It was a horrible event, but it may have all been planned by the company that owned the ship. White Star Line owned both the Titanic and its sister ship, the Olympic. The...show more content... Why is that they had such a difficult time finding people to work on the ship if so many people we're out of work? It may have been that there was talk in the town of the switch. With the rich and powerful, it may have been that they were friends with the high ranking people who knew that the titanic was going to sink and were warned. An example of one of these men is J.P. Morgan. He canceled his trip on the Titanic just a few days before its voyage, saying that it was due to sickness. A short while after he was photographed in France with his wife in seemingly good health. One theory is that he was informed about the scheduled crash and found another way to his destination. One where he knew he was safe (Shan Dawson's YouTube Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 7. Writer's Statement Thesis Statement: Climate change is natural; however, advances of human society such as deforestation, industrialization, and the burning of fossil fuels, have increased the rate at which the climate is changing. My three major sources stood out when writing my research paper on climate change. My main source was Louis Bergeron's, "The World Can be Powered by Alternative Energy, Using Today's Technology, in 20–40 Years, Says Stanford Researcher Mark Z. Jacobson." In this article, Bergeron describes an energy researcher's plan to power the world with renewables within the next few decades. My second source was Marc Lallanilla's, "Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Causes and Sources." In this article, Lallanilla talked about the Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 8. Criminal Justice: Thesis Statement 1) There are multiple goal statements (see the highlighted statement in the body of your paper). What is the ultimate goal and thesis statement for this project? Beyond the Borders training has a focus on shifting the church from the place of judgement and condemnation to that of restoration and compassion, regarding individuals involved in crime in the inner city. This is developed from the self–evaluation approach. Its goal is to produce a level of empathy where engagement can birth another option to those who find themselves in the cycle of crime as a result of poverty. 2) Identifying root causes and addressing them in a training program is not 'new work.' Finding a way to decrease apathy and help the congregation move from judgment to compassion and engagement is 'new work.' What do you understand to be the 'new work' that you are proposing? The new work is the shift in the congregations view of those people who have found themselves in criminal situations. This is accomplished from a self evaluation approach that causes the congregants to reflect on their own lives in order to transform their judgement into compassion. It creates a communal atmosphere where the hearts of the people are more sensitive to the factors surrounding crime in the inner city...show more content... As a church we have misappropriated the level of judgement dispensed. We understand that all have sinned and that true discipleship requires accountability and discipline, however, the indubitable level must be delivered in a humble and nonjudgemental manner. We must realize the greatest impact for change is empathy, compassion and action. The only way to ensure the action is effective, one must first hear what the people feel as though their issues are. Next we must remove ourselves from a hypocritical place of judgement so that we can full understand and Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 9. Thesis Statement On Standardized Testing Thesis: The effects of standardized testing have negatively impacted students across the United States. High Stakes testing has led to a decrease in student motivation, high retention rate, and a notable change in early dropout rates. I.History of Standardized Testing A. Standardized testing shows where a student stands academically. B. High stake testing determines if a student will move forward a grade or not. C. The legislatives thought high stake testing would improve student academics. II.Lack of Student Motivation A. According to the article, "Student Motivation: An Overlooked Piece of School Reform," Motivation can affect a student's outcome in class. B. An absence of understudy inspiration can assume an essential part in an understudy...show more content... Although legislatives assumption was that high stakes testing would enhance understudy inspiration, and raise understudy accomplishment, that supposition was completely incorrect. The effect of standardized testing (high–stakes testing) has not been positive throughout the United States at all. Due to the lack of motivation, the high retention rate, and notable change in dropout rate, it may be a while until many states recover, especially for states like Louisiana. According to Nola, Louisiana is tied with Florida for having one of the country's fifth lowest graduation rates, and one of the highest dropout rates. Our society needs to come together and think of a plan that will help students, and prevent the increasing number of kids who decide to give up on school. A system that will benefit both students, and teachers should be created; making it better for both, students and teachers to work together properly. With a new system student motivation may improve, the number of over aged students sitting in the wrong grade will decrease, and the notable dropout rate will actually Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 10. Everyday Use Thesis Statement General statement: Mama understands the past and the significance of a family heritage. Her heritage including her memories of her mother and grandma making quilts together by hands. Topic sentence: Alice Walker's "Everyday Use" introduces a clash between generations. Now and then, Maggie and Dee. Thesis Statement: Alice Walker carefully portrays the three characters: The mother, Dee. And Maggie Body A, Mama: The character of Mama in the short story "Everyday Use" by Alice Walker endures through intense times and takes advantage of what she has. She is a lady that tells things how they are, only plain truth. She can be entertaining now and again and intense at others. She is self–portrayed as "a large, huge boned, women with rough, man–working...show more content... The way the burning house, her stuck–up sister, and society influenced Maggie make her unique in relation to others. Maggie was so damaged from her home burning down that she turned into a meek and undervalued young lady. Maggie is so unsure that her mother says she walks like a dog run over by a car: "chin on chest eyes on ground, feet in shuffle, ever since the fire that burned the other house on the ground." This demonstrates that Maggie absence of self–confidence make her frightened to look. She imagines that on the off chance that she can't see the individuals around her, then they can't see her. What's more, Maggie's discernible scars have impacted on the way she conducts herself. As indicated by Mama, when she was pulling Maggie out of the fire, her arms were adhering, "her hair was smoking, and her dress was tumbling off her in minimal dark papery pieces." This is huge light of the fact that indicates how much the flame really physically scarred her. This additionally clarifies why she is so apprehensive about individuals seeing her. Maggie's apparent compressed version of confirmation in herself is created basically by the fire. The barbaric way Maggie's sister, Dee, presents herself awful impact on Maggie's certainly. At this point when Dee inquired as to whether she can have some unique quilts and Mama says no on the grounds that she Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 11. Thesis statement: Leadership depends on the leader's leadership style and there way of communicating ideas rather than the leader themselves. Both women and men believe in similar leadership styles however women prefer a more participative leadership approach. According to organisational behaviour by McShane, leadership is defined as influencing, motivating and enabling others to contribute towards the effectiveness and success of the organisation of which they are members (page 382, McShane).Becoming an effective leader depends on the leader's leadership style. Successful leaders have vision and charisma, also the leader should have an ongoing personality, talkative, careful and self–disciplined. The leader must also have self–concept ...show more content... Albert Einstein was a very influential leader in the modern era, as he transformed humanity's understanding of the universe. In the 1920's he become an active leader of international movement (The guardian, 2012). A path goal theory is based on the expectancy theory of motivation which relates to several types of leadership styles that relates to specific followers. In the path goal theory there are three leadership styles that make an effective leader, these include, the leader must be directive, and this includes clarifying performance goals, using rewards and being task orientated. Leaders should also be supportive this means the leader should be friendly and approachable, treats everyone equally and with respect. The last leadership style if participative, the leader should consult employees, ask for suggestions and take their ideas into consideration (McShane, p388). Albert was a good leader due to his excellence in leadership qualities which where it was an excellent listener, he was always motivated and have good knowledge, power and influence in how to lead. Einstein always listened to everyone and never ignore them, however he learnt from them on how to improve his leadership styles, therefore making him a good leader. He was also motivated in discovering new ideas regardless of how many people put him down, and he also had a clear relationship between leadership and ethics which was significant in keeping a lasting impression as the world leader (Iain hay, Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 12. The Power of Language Essay examples The Power of Language Language plays an important role in communication by bringing people together and enriching their relationships. Language can also alienate those who do not speak it properly, or at all, from those who do. The essays, Mother Tongue, by Amy Tan, best known for her book, The Joy Luck Club, and Se Habla Espanol, by Tanya Barrientos, delve into the many powers that language holds. These essays reflect how by not speaking a language in proper form and by not speaking a language at all, affects the lives of the subjects of the stories. People who can speak a certain language, but only in 'broken' form, are generally looked down upon by native language speakers. In her writing, Mother Tongue, Amy Tan writes about her ...show more content... However, many Hispanic families were and in some cases, still are viewed as lower–class citizens. According to Barrientos, "To me, speaking Spanish translated into being poor. It meant waiting tables and cleaning hotel rooms. It meant being left off the cheerleading squad and receiving a condescending smile from the guidance counselor when you said you planned on becoming a lawyer or a doctor" (561). They are not respected in a lot of communities, they live dirty, and they have bad jobs. These stereotypes are reasons why Barrientos did not want to be called Mexican and never wanted to learn Spanish. If diversity had been celebrated when Barrientos was a child, as it is celebrated and honored now, she would have grown up speaking Spanish and being proud of her heritage. Children are very impressionable and tend to take on others' opinions as their own, but as they grow older, they develop a greater understanding and perspective of the way things are and the way they should be. As adults, both Tan and Barrientos learned to accept and embrace the languages that previously embarrassed them. Barrientos immersed herself in her Mexican heritage and enrolled in many Spanish classes. With each enrollment, she faced yet another stereotype that came with being of Mexican ethnicity; her instructors thought she should already know Spanish since she was Latina. Barrientos is now determined to learn her native language. Tan has learned to love the way in Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 13. Thesis Statement For Pride And Prejudice Pride and Prejudice: Essay Outline Thesis statement, including map of development: In Jane Austen's novel "Pride and Prejudice," the author traces portrait of women's role during the Regency period: they were expected to get married, to be accomplished and to self–scarify. Topic Sentence #1: Marriage was crucial at the time, and women of the early Victorian age were expected to marry and to get their daughters married. a.Argument: Marriage assured social security for both the women and the family. b.Example: When Lady Catherine tells Elizabeth that Darcy was supposed to marry her daughter: "The engagement between them is of a particular kind. From their infancy, they have been intended for each other. It was the favorite wish of his mother, as well as of her's. While I their cradles, we planned the union: and now, at the moment when the wishes of both sisters would be accomplished, in their marriage, to be prevented by a young woman of inferior birth, of no importance in the world, and wholly unallied to the family!" (Austen 335–336). c.Explanation: Lady Catherine's reaction demonstrates the crucial importance of marriage in the society, but also for women. Families needed their daughters to marry in the same social class or above to insure social prestige. Demonstrates Lady Catherine's role to protect the high class and prestige of her descendants through marriage. For Elizabeth and her family, this union with the higher class assures them social security. a.Argument: Marriage was a market, women needed to marry to ensure financial security. b.Example: When Mrs. Bennet learns that Mr. Bingley is coming to town: "A single man of large fortune; four of five thousands a year. What a fine thing for our girls!" (Austen 6). c.Explanation: Marriage was the only way for the Bennet girls to ensure financial security. Girls are too high class to get jobs but would not inherit. Financial security also ensured future economic security for Mrs. Bennet after her husband's death. Topic Sentence #2: Women of the early 1800s need to demonstrate accomplishments and education. a.Argument: Accomplishments demonstrated a woman's value. b.Example: Lady Catherine to Elizabeth: " 'Do Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 14. Thesis Statement : Mary Shelley 's Frankenstein Thesis Statement: In Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, the creature's identity as a monster is due to societal rejection, isolation, and misinterpretation. Body Paragraph One (Paragraph Two of Five) Topic Sentence: The creature continually faces societal rejection, which plays a crucial role in developing his identity as a monster. Proof One: –As soon as Frankenstein sees "the dull yellow eye of the creature open", he is immediately horrified by it. (p. 38–39) "His yellow skin scarcely covered the work of muscles and arteries beneath". His hair and teeth "formed a ... horrid contrast with his watery eyes, that seemed almost of the same colour as the dun white sockets in which they were set, his shrivelled complexion, and straight, black lips"....show more content... After eating some food and resting, he headed to the village nearby. At his arrival, "the whole village was roused". "Children shrieked" and "women fainted". "Some fled, some attacked" the creature. The creature was "grievously bruised by stones and many other kinds of missile weapons". He ran away and "fearfully took refuge in a low hovel". (p. 83) –Now the creature knows that it is not only his creator, Frankenstein, who rejects him, but an entire village. He was left "miserable .... from the barbarity of man". He is not only learning that society dislikes him, but that it is 'normal' to attack others. He hasn't known kindness in his entire life. He doesn't even know that it exists. The second contact he has with humans, they are being violent. They are not demonstrating any sort of reason, teaching the creature that it is normal to be violent and impulsive. Proof Three: –When the creature finally decided to come into contact with the family, he waited until the "old man, at his own desire, was left alone in the cottage". (p. 107) He knocked, and upon being admitted, made conversation with the old man. The creature explained that he was "an unfortunate and deserted creature". (p. 108) When the heard the younger people returning, he told the old man to "save and protect" him. (p. 110) As soon as the younger people saw him, they were horrified. "Agatha fainted; and Safie, unable to attend her friend, rushed out of the cottage. Felix darted forward and ... Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 15. Thesis Statement For Pets Research Paper Motivator Have you ever been bored, or alone with nothing to do? Or maybe you have been in a situation where you wanted some sort of companion to be with? Well if you have ever had a pet, well then you will know why pets can make you happy when you are sad or be with you in the worst times. Greeting "Good Morning Teachers, Judges, and Fellow students. Today I will be speaking to you a little bit about why it is beneficial to have pets in your life and in your home". Topic (THESIS STATEMENT) Topic (Thesis Statement): In this speech I will talk about why pets can provide comfort, why they can be beneficial for your heatlh, and why pets can teach kids many valuable life lessons in which they will need to know when they grow up. Topic Sentence Topic...show more content... Topic Sentence The final reason why it is beneficial to have pets is for learning. Pets can teach kids things will probably need to know when they grow up. Here is why pets are beneficial for learning purposes. Supporting Detail #1 First, Pets can teach responsibility which is a very important life skill. To care for apet you must feed it, give it exercise, give it affection, and much more. This teaches responsibilty because it shows kids that they need to make time in their day to feed their pet, to play with it, and to walk it. When kids who own pets grow up they will most likely be very responsible because of the valuable lessons taught in their childhood when they had that pet. Supporting Detail #2 Next, Pets can actually teach kids respect. This is because children must be respectful to their pets in order to make them happy and in order for them to like the child. For example, Children must not disturb their pets when they are eating or sleeping, and they must be gentle when they are petting /touching their pet. If children respect there pets they will most likely respect people too. That is why pets are great for Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 16. Thesis Statement For Cyber Bullying Thesis Statement: Cyberbullying is on the rise in Indonesia and affected everyone that possesses on social media. For many teenagers, social media plays a big role in their lives. Social media like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Path and many more can be useful tools to keep in touch with friends which live far away. Social media is one of the most used types of websites by teenagers. This means it is commonly used for both good and bad purposes. Although social media can be used in a positive way such as communicate with the other friends which is improving social skills, however, negative effects which is cyber bullying. Bullying is when someone is being hurt either by words or actions and has a hard time stopping what is happening...show more content... There are many causes for Cyberbullying to occur. The impacts of cyber bullying for the victims can be underestimated because they are mainly psychological and not physical. Cyber bullying in its extremes has led to the death of several teenagers. Cyber bullying leads to depression and lack of enthusiasm for life that drives the victim to suicide in order to escape the torment. Actually, the first step of preventing and stopping cyber bullying starts with the individual themselves. They should respect the others and also themselves because everyone has their human rights and no one cannot destroy it. Simple steps like using the internet appropriately and not provoking other users are very effective in preventing cyber bullying. Using internet as the media social is fine but trying to harm people by spreading gossip or starting rumors and stealing someone password or hacking are bad things. Technology is decreasing the ability for others to interact and communicate, which is
  • 17. highly essential in today's world. While social media is a useful tool in our increasingly connected world, they can also adversely affect our development and the nature of our Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 18. Cyber Security Breach : Thesis Statement Wu Ka Ho – g4wukaho – L1 BA1200 Topic: scenario #3 – Cyber Security Breach Thesis statement: In an incredibly interconnected world we all shared today, it is not unusual to hear daily reports about aggressive cyber attacks on private and public sectors, which often results in compromisation of personal information affecting lives of many at varying degrees; and in some cases, the stolen information endangered the safety of countless otherwise innocent individuals. On top of privacy infringement, exploitation of intellectual properties occasionally deals a disastrous blow to the financial status and competitiveness of targeted companies, giving the offenders valuable insights to leverage their wrongful intention. Nevertheless, the most detrimental form of attack are the ones directed at corporations responsible for maintaining critical infrastructures of a country such as power grid, nuclear facility, and public transportation. Any one of these infrastructures going under siege would create inconsiderable economical and existential crisis threatening the country's stability, welfare, and future. In order to deal with ever encroaching threats at private, public and domestic levels, companies must disclose cyber breaches to the public at appropriate time, despite issues like shareholder lawsuit, embarrassment, and further future attacks. By promoting transparency on cyber securities, we educate the public about safety measures on sharing private information, emphasize Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 19. The Terrorist Attacks On 9 / 11 Essay Name: Title: Institution: Thesis Statement Since the terrorist attacks on 9/11, America has been on edge about the topic of terrorism. Groups like Al–Qaeda, Hamas, Taliban, and now more recently, ISIS, has kept the world cautious of their every next move. Looking more closely into how these groups are formed and operate could help us better understand how they can be stopped. Studying the history of terrorist organizations can help us better predict the future of terrorist organizations. Introduction Terrorism has become popular among extremists who are employing different dynamic strategies to thrive in their agenda. Understanding the terror groups is fundamental principle to overcome them or counter the sects. Modern terrorism has additionally advanced. Today 's assaults are less incessant, however all the more savage. Terrorists beforehand acted like renegades trying to connect with the foe (Miller, 2013. This was trailed by a period of kidnappings and plane hijackings. States create first class counter–terrorist strengths, extraordinarily prepared at prisoner transaction and salvage. Like the youngster 's amusement – paper–scissors–stone the following phase of advancement was the appropriation of bombings as the favored strategy (Roberts, 2014). Bombs can be delivered from basic materials, put and exploded remotely, with generally okay to the planes and little open door for counter–terrorist strengths to catch them. Terror groups like the IRA, Al–Qaida, ISIS and Boko Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 20. Thesis Statement: The success of any relationship relies on one's ability to communicate well. Communication is important in relationships as it allows us to share our interest, concerns, support each other; organize our lives and make decisions; and it allows us to work together. Effective communication is based on the way we talk and listen, how we respond and our body language. We can all learn how to improve the way we communicate. It takes more than words to create a safe, exciting and secure relationship. Too often the signals we send are not those we intend to send. When this happens, both connection and trust are lost in our relationships. When we communicate, we can say a lot without speaking. Our body, our posture, tone of...show more content... There is nothing that keeps a relationship strong and going healthy, better than understanding and once established communication is created many become more familiar with communication and the different ways we can communicate.. When communication involves talking to our family, friends, people in general, people tend to turn to their others first (partner, spouse, friends etc) when things are not running so smoothly in their relationship. They automatically start pointing the things that is or isn't doing well. People always tend to turn to their partner first when things are not running so smoothly in their relationship. Remember, it is very easy to see other people's mistakes, but not as easy when taking a look at yourself, it is much harder to accept criticism, even from yourself– because no one wants to be wrong. This is where we need to get real about things. Communication is not about who is right or wrong, but instead about helping each other see things from each other's perspective, so that you can be on the page and avoid any misunderstanding that will cause unneeded arguments. Communication is not so complicated, once there is understanding in addition to understanding what the right way communicating is and what methods of communication works for you and your communication best. Effective communication cannot happen on its own or with the efforts of only one person. Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 21. Thesis Statement On Sexual Harassment Abstract Sexual assault is a dangerous behavior that is widely spread in our societies all around the world. Some studies show that this kind of problem is due to several accidents that have occurred in a person's childhood or adulthood. It has negative effects on a victim's life. The paper offers insights about this topic with several references and quotes from many experts. However, the term sexual harassment is defined and explained thoroughly. The causes of this serious problem are presented and then the several harmful effects are mentioned and explained. A few approaches can be followed in order to prevent this offense from happening again, hoping to save the lives of many people. Keywords : sexual harassment , widely spread, victim , dangerous, accidents, childhood, adulthood, causes, harmful , approaches, prevent, save. Outline: Thesis statement: Sexual harassment is an ongoing issue. From everyday workplaces to daily encounters, sexual assault is still a concern in our daily life and has yet to be generally recognized. I– Categories and causes A–Categories 1. Physical abuse 2. Verbal abuse B–Causes 1. Mental disorders 2. Attachment and neglect in early childhood...show more content... Traumatic problems 2. Mental chaos B– Prevention Sexual harassment is an uninvited and unwelcome verbal or physical behavior of a sexual nature, especially by a person in authority toward a subordinate, as per the Merriam–Webster dictionary. This behavior is present in a large number in our societies and we can see such situations at many places, from every day workplaces to daily encounters. A person can be harassed in different manners and it has several consequences on the victims. Sexual assault is still a concern in our daily life and has yet to be generally recognized and it should be prevented. I– Categories and causes A–Categories 1– Physical Get more content on HelpWriting.net