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Essay on Writing Experience
My Writing Experiences My experiences in writing have been minimal. I have only learned the
basics of writing, like putting together sentences, forming paragraphs with sentences, and things
like that. Since I have been taking college English, I can tell my writing has improved a lot. In the
future, I hope to be able to improve tremendously at writing essays, paragraphs, research papers,
documents, and stories so that I have very little to no errors with drafting and final products. I
predict I will be a well rounded writer when I graduate from college. Writing in the past started in
kindergarten. My teacher taught me how to write my name over and over until I could write it with
no errors. All through elementary my teachers taught me...show more content...
I need to learn to quit thinking as much on what I want to write about and how to write about a topic
and just starting jotting stuff down in outline form as it comes to mind. Run–ons and fragments I
need to be able to spot and fix right away or I really need to not have any in my papers at all. My
goals are to write papers and not have to reassure myself that maybe I need to do more research or
have more data or even have to rethink my whole topic over. I would love to have the knowledge
to be a tutor someday and teach other people how to properly write papers, paragraphs, essays,
and maybe even books. To have excellent skills in writing will definitely be a great advantage in
my nursing profession. In nursing, I will have to do lots of charting on my patients. I will have to
do health presentations on various subjects such as exercising, how our society eats, and sex
education if I want to be a course instructor. Researching information on all of those topics I will
have to make sure I do an excellent job on and collect accurate information and statistics so that I
can compare to other sources. Dictating to the doctor means that I will need to write properly so
that he understands what I am saying. Other nurses will have to be able to understand what I am
talking about by my writing skills when doing shift changes. I will have to be very precise so that
other nurses will not
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Mlomeister has given me a link to this site. One day I am not going to get so angry at these types of
things. It's a fact of life and an age–old issue, one that is almost pointless to fight and refute because
it is an incredibly emotional topic and requires a lot time and effort to understand. Not only that,
but there are hundreds and hundreds of sites like this, each one gathering information from each
other so they've created their own religion against religion. Not too many people will delve into the
'why's and how's of things like this, it's way easier to just nod and shake your fist, close your eyes
and form your opinions without doing anything to make sure that your opinions are based on literal
fact, on truth. I was definitely,...show more content...
But I can certainly see how others might, when they are twisting and misconstruing information.
Here is an example. I wrote, "It's like saying "all Muslims" are terrorists, when obviously they all
aren't. " Snip off the last part of that sentence, and suddenly I am someone who just made a really
unfair and untrue statement, "All Muslims are terrorists." But someone makes a webpage about it,
and all of a sudden its "Scarlett Is Anti Muslim" and then that statement has babies and all of a
sudden I'm misrepresented. Really easy to do. Here is an example taken from the page that started
this whole thing for me: "Death to the Rape Victim (Deuteronomy 22:23–24 NAB) If within the city
a man comes upon a maiden who is betrothed, and has relations with her, you shall bring them
both out of the gate of the city and there stone them to death: the girl because she did not cry out
for help though she was in the city, and the man because he violated his neighbors wife." It is
clear that God doesn't give a damn about the rape victim. He is only concerned about the violation
of another mans "property". That last bit is the author of the webpage's opinion. ( I did a quick
search on this fellows page to see if I could find out his accreditations, not surprisingly there are
none. Also not surprising is his unwillingness to respond to his emails that he gets generated from
his site. Oh but you can
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The Circle by Dave Eggers Essay
Cristal Zeas Professor Rogoff FYE 1320 April 1, 2014 Sharing is Caring In present day society,
individuals dedicate their time to social media on the internet and electronics, towards updating
statuses, rebloging pictures, favoriting videos, reading up on current events, and staying connected
in general. It's only been 25 years since Tim Burners–Lee invented the world wide web and it's no
secret that it is one of the most progressive and influential invention of our time. Dave Eggers, in his
current book The Circle, foretells his version of what can happen with the growth of technology and
social media and pushes our current standard of being virtually connected from the main social
networks Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Tumblr. In
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The creator of SeaChanges, Eamon Bailey, tries to sugarcoat the necessity of having such gear
when he says, "There needs to be accountability. Tyrants can no longer hide. There needs to be,
and will be, documentation and accountability, and we need to bear witness...All that happens
must be known" (Eggers 67). With this device, any one is capable of hooking up a gadget
anywhere they want, at any moment, and anyone can become "transparent" (as the book calls it)
without even knowing it. Everything sounds idealistic so far. The common people will be able to
view their possessions, make sure everything is safe, take a vacation without actually leaving
their household, and even check up on family members on occasion. Even a politician can wear it
on their shirt and have the whole world keep tabs on how the politician negotiates and make deals.
But agreeing with Margret Atwood with her review of the book, this can lead to a very dystopian
world, questioning "How involved can corporations and government be involved with the personal
lives of individuals?" (Atwood). How much involvement government/politics and businesses has on
privacy towards themselves and people outside of their work has been an issue for many years, but
it has recently became a big issue in the world today because of Edward Snowden, former U.S.
contractor of the National Security Agency, who disclosed information of thousand classified
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Essay about Germany
Germany is the fourth largest country in area in
Europe, with a total area of 356,970 square
kilometers (137,827 square miles). The country has
a varied terrain that ranges from low–lying coastal
flats along the North and Baltic seas, to a central
area of rolling hills and river valleys, to heavily
forested mountains and snow–covered Alps in the
south. Germany has a long, complex history and rich
culture, but it did not become a unified nation until
1871. Before that time, Germany had been a
confederacy (1815–1867).
The country has a total of 82,071,765 people (1997
estimate). Germany is overwhelmingly urban, and
most people lead a prosperous, comfortable lifestyle,
with adequate leisure time and comprehensive
social...show more content...
Stretching from the Baltic and North seas to the Alps,
Germany measures about 800 kilometers (about 500
miles) from north to south; the country extends about
600 km (about 400 miles) from west to east. In
addition to coastline and mountains, the varied
terrain includes forests, hills, plains, and river valleys.
Several navigable rivers traverse the uplands, and
canals connect the river systems of the Elbe, Rhine,
and Danube rivers and link the North Sea with the
Baltic.
Germany has a mostly moderate climate,
characterized by cool winters and warm summers.
River valleys, such the Rhine, tend to be humid and
somewhat warmer in both winter and summer,
whereas mountain areas can be much colder.
Precipitation on the average is much heavier in the
south, especially along the Alpine slopes, which force
incoming weather fronts to rise and let off moisture in
the form of rain and snow.
Germany does not have large pockets of poverty or
great economic disparity. Crime levels are
substantially lower than those in the United States,
and the possession of guns is controlled. However,
there are substantial numbers of homeless people
and problems of violence, alcoholism, and drug
abuse. Nonviolent crimes, such as theft and burglary
in urban areas, have increased since the 1970s.
They occur often enough to make law and order a
recurrent
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written communication Essay
INTRODUCTION.
"Man is an animal that lives in language as a fish lives in water and so written communication is
just one of the ways that man can survive through" (English scholar Annie Dillard). Writing is a
skill to give information. Like all skills, it is not inborn and so it needs to be learnt. To give
information you need good communication skills including the ability to write simply, clearly and
concisely (Harris & Cunningham, 1996).
QUESTION A.
Delineate the purpose of written communication, giving reasons for your answers.
Different people have different reasons as to why they write. Some people write for their own
private reasons or to attain their own individual goals. An example of this 'private writing' is
exploratory...show more content...
The fans of a musician like Madonna are quite interested to know what she does and what goes on in
her life. Therefore gossip columnists quench the fans by searching for information on Madonna daily
and reporting it.
"All writers write to persuade or convince, regardless of what they are writing" (Harris &
Cunningham, 1996, pg 216). From a poet, to a chef, all writers actually try to convince a reader in
one way or another. The poet will try to convince people how a woman is like a rose and a chef on
the other hand will try to convince that meat tastes better when boiled then fried. A student will try
to convince an instructor that he has understood the course material by writing excellent essays such
as this one. Through persuasive writing, people get things done by convincing a reader of something.
Another reason is to write to solve problems and present solutions. Here, one visualizes a problem
and then connects what one knows to what he does not know, by organizing his thoughts. The
precursor leads to the quote: "A problem well put is half solved" (John Dewey).
Writing to solve a problem starts with definition of a problem, then evaluating alternative solutions,
then arguing for proposed solutions. By writing to solve a problem, one is fully engaged in the
thought process and any good ideas that present solutions are immediately recorded. One can also
draw small sketches which connect with one another to form
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My Orchard
My orchard had a lot to teach me. The trees respond to life according to the seasons; I needed to
honor that cycle inside of me. There would be a spring with the budding of new growth and then
a summer where the new and improved me would blossom and bear fruit. Fall would be the
harvest and celebration of me. Winter was the time to let go of who I thought I had become in
order to make room for the growth of yet a more authentic me. Life is a process, or better yet, a
journey that has its own destination. My destination was rarely known even though I set goals and
intentions for myself. Houston had served as my Oz and I, like Dorothy, had returned home again,
not only to Sedona but also more importantly, to myself. There's no place like home.
Chapter 14
Synchronicity is choreographed by a great, pervasive intelligence that lies at the heart of nature, and
is manifest in each of us through intuitive knowledge. –Deepak Chopra
When I returned from Houston, I took a part–time job to work with plants and herbs that were turned
into herbal remedies. The company's relaxed environment and interesting employees made it fun to
work there. Best of all, the organically grown and wild plants sustained and nurtured me with their
life force and beauty.
I sometimes worked with a very unusual plant, the carnivorous Pitcher plant. It is quite beautiful with
its long light green stem and alluring delicate looking pink and white leaves that have evolved into a
goblet shaped cup
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Powder by Tobias Wolff Essay
Powder Powder, a short story written by Tobias Wolff, is about a boy and his father on a
Christmas Eve outing. As the story unfolds, it appears to run deeper than only a story about a boy
and his father on a simple adventure in the snow. It is an account of a boy and his father's
relationship, or maybe the lack of one. Powder is narrated by a grown–up version of the boy. In this
tale, the roles of the boy and his father emerge completely opposite than what they are supposed to
be but may prove to be entirely different from the reader's first observation. The father's character
begins to develop with the boy's memory of an outing to a nightclub to see the jazz legend,
Thelonius Monk. This is the first sign of the father's...show more content...
He likes to plan far in advance even to the point of bothering his teachers for future homework
assignments and numbering his clothes on hangers so the schedule of wear is equal. It is very
common for children to exhibit some controlling behavior like the boy in the story because it gives
the child a small piece of control in their own life. ("Brain Psychics") This is due to the lack of
control on their parents' relationship and the inability to control separation and divorce. This is quite
believable and allows the reader to relate to this situation, especially if a divorced single parent or
one who was a child that grew up in a divorced home. The first feeling of this story is that the boy
and his father struggle with their relationship, but as it unfolds, the reader sees how they do care for
each other. It also becomes easier to spot the difficulties of communicating within a brokenfamily.
The father does a fine job to of turning the boy's scheduling obsessions into a positive for the boy
by noting it as one of his strong points. This story also paints the picture of a father who would not
give up on regaining his time with his son. It shows the father desperately trying to rectify the
mistrust issues he created because he stated to the boy when they were sitting in the diner after the
highway patrol redirected them away from the snow–covered route home that she would never
forgive him if he did not get the boy home for
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Piano Music Essay
The beautiful sound of piano music has captured the hearts of people since the early eighteenth
century. Since then, many musicians have dedicated their lives to this instrument. Some players
even play piano so well that it may seem that this instrument is easy to play. However, to be able to
play the piano well isn't easy; it takes a lot of skill. To become a good piano player, one must love
music very much, have good finger techniques, and body flexibility.
To become a good piano player, one must love music. The love of music can help you truly
understand the music you play, so that you can play it well. For example, when you play a piece of
music on the piano, not only must you get the notes and the rhythm right, you must also be...show
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In order to become a good pianist, one must have good finger techniques. With good finger
techniques, one will be able to play fast music. Because some music should be played quickly, this
can help you play through the music without getting stuck. Good finger techniques can also help
you play piano music very clearly so that the sound is clean and beautiful. In addition, with good
finger techniques, you can play piano for a long time without your finger getting sore. For a thirty
minute piece of piano music, one needs to have good finger techniques in order to play this piece
well. Having good finger techniques is an important skill to have as a pianist.
To be able to play piano well, one has to have body flexibility. Good body flexibility can help a
piano player to swing their body to the beat. For example, when a piece of music has complicated
rhythm, the player must swing his or her body to the bear in order to get the exact rhythm. Body
flexibility can also help one balance him/her self when he or she moves their body while playing
music; thus preventing the piano player from falling off his or her chair. Lastly, body flexibility
can help you play fast music. For instance, when you need to jump from the highest note of the
piano to the lowest, this can help a pianist to move quickly and with ease. A good piano player must
have body flexibility.
Piano music can often touch the listener's heart if it is
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Literary Elements Essays
Peter Scott
Ms. Wiggins
Honors English 10
1st Block
O3/09/11
"Literary Elements of Wharton's 'Roman Fever'"
Peter Scott Scott 1
03/09/11
Ms. Wiggins 1st Block
"Literary Elements of Wharton's 'Roman Fever'"
The short story, "Roman Fever" by Edith Wharton, reveals numerous popular literary elements. Some
of the most prominent examples of literary elements are irony, symbolism, and foreshadowing. All
three elements create the feel and atmosphere of the short story. They add illustration, mystery, and
humor to the storyline.
The irony in "Roman Fever" begins when the two daughters refer to their mothers as "young
things". This is verbal irony because their two mothers were described as aged and...show more
content...
This shows that she is different from your average middle–aged woman, and that she and Grace do
not have many things in common about their personality (Petry 1).When Alida Slade and Grace
Ansley are looking at their daughters having fun in the moonlight, and Grace says "And perhaps we
didn't know much more about each other", it shows that some drama is about to occur, and that she
knew she had things that Alida did not know about her, and also that perhaps Alida felt the same
way (Selina 1).
"Roman Fever" demonstrates countless excellent cases of irony, symbolism, and foreshadowing.
Different kinds of irony make "Roman Fever" entertaining during dialogue. Symbolism gives the
story deeper meaning in small actions, for instance knitting, and setting details. Foreshadowing in
the story baffles and intrigues. In conclusion, these are the three vital literary elements in Edith
Wharton's "Roman Fever". They capture the reader from the playful beginning to the jaw dropping
end.
Works Cited Scott 4
Petry, Alice Hall. "A TWIST OF CRIMSON SILK: EDITH WHARTON'S 'ROMAN FEVER'."
Studies in Short Fiction 24.2 (1987): 163. MAS Ultra – School Edition. EBSCO. Web. 22 Feb. 2011.
"Explanation of: "Roman Fever" by Edith Wharton." LitFinder Contemporary Collection. Detroit:
Gale,
2010.
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The Giver Essay
Summary The Giver
This book is about a boy names Jonas. Jonas lives in a futuristic society where there is no pain,
fear, war, and hatred. There is also no prejudice, since everyone looks and acts basically the same,
there is very little competition. They have also eliminated choice.
You have to apply for a spouse. You cannot just chose who you want and marry them, the
community does it for you. His dad works as a Nurturer of new children, and his mom works at the
Department of Justice. He also has a little sister named Lilly. You can't have a child on your own,
you have to apply for them too. There are mothers that all they do is have children....show more
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Jonas receives memories of color, something that is absent from his community. He realizes how
absent his community really is. Jonas hurts inside to tell people in his community what they are
missing. The only person that he can really open up to is The Giver. They grew really close, and it
became like a grandfather, grandchild relationship.
Jonas is helping his family take care of a problem newborn. His name is Gabriel, he had problems
sleeping at the Nurturing Center. Jonas helps Gabriel sleep by transmitting memories to Gabriel.
They become really close. Jonas finds out that Gabriel is in danger of being released. He talks to
The Giver and finds out that release means the same thing as death. Jonas gets really mad knowing
that his father killed the babies. That was his father's job. Jonas wants to create a plan to change the
community forever.
The Giver and Jonas plan for Jonas to escape to elsewhere. Once he had done that, all his
memories would be sent back into the community. The Giver would stay behind and help the
community cope with their new feeling, emotions, and thoughts. Jonas is forced to leave earlier
because his father tells him that they were going to release Gabriel. Desperate to save Gabriel,
Jonas takes his father's bike and they head off. Little by little, he enters a world of animals, color,
weather, and also hunger and exhaustion. They travel a long time until they come
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Essay about Suicide
Someone, somewhere, commits suicide every 18 minutes. You might never be able to tell who it
will be, it could be the person sitting right next . Statistics reveal that approximately three million
youths, between 12–18, have either thought about or attempted suicide in the past year. More than 1
/3, actually succeeded.
Only in the past two decades, have depression and suicide been taken seriously. Depression is an
illness that involves the body, mood and thoughts. Depression affects the way a person eats and
sleeps, feels about themselves, and the way they think of the things around them. It comes as no
surprise to discover that adolescent depression is strongly linked to teen suicide. Adolescent suicide
is now responsible for more deaths...show more content...
Adolescence is a stressful experience for all teens. It is a time of physical and social changes
producing rapid mood swings from sadness to elation. Even an emotionally healthy teenager may
have the constant fear of not being good enough, not making the varsity team, or getting good
grades. Special situations such as a parents divorce can trigger intense sadness and feelings of
wanting to die.
People who usually experience depression, can seem fine. But there are many key signs to show that
they are depressed. Such as, change in school performance, eating habits change, constant
unhappiness, low self esteem, guilt, social isolation, inability to concentrate, irritable or angered
easily, or has a severe lost of energy.
For a teen suffering from severe depression, has feelings of worthlessness that dominates their day.
Despair is ever present and emotional pain feels like it will never end. Any situation of anger or
disappointment may cause the teen to cross the line from wanting to die, to actually trying to kill
themselves.
Many of them feel pains inside of them, that they can't describe when someone asks them how they
feel. They just know that they are sad, or angry, or upset. Many teenagers will try to communicate
their pains through
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  • 1. Essay on Writing Experience My Writing Experiences My experiences in writing have been minimal. I have only learned the basics of writing, like putting together sentences, forming paragraphs with sentences, and things like that. Since I have been taking college English, I can tell my writing has improved a lot. In the future, I hope to be able to improve tremendously at writing essays, paragraphs, research papers, documents, and stories so that I have very little to no errors with drafting and final products. I predict I will be a well rounded writer when I graduate from college. Writing in the past started in kindergarten. My teacher taught me how to write my name over and over until I could write it with no errors. All through elementary my teachers taught me...show more content... I need to learn to quit thinking as much on what I want to write about and how to write about a topic and just starting jotting stuff down in outline form as it comes to mind. Run–ons and fragments I need to be able to spot and fix right away or I really need to not have any in my papers at all. My goals are to write papers and not have to reassure myself that maybe I need to do more research or have more data or even have to rethink my whole topic over. I would love to have the knowledge to be a tutor someday and teach other people how to properly write papers, paragraphs, essays, and maybe even books. To have excellent skills in writing will definitely be a great advantage in my nursing profession. In nursing, I will have to do lots of charting on my patients. I will have to do health presentations on various subjects such as exercising, how our society eats, and sex education if I want to be a course instructor. Researching information on all of those topics I will have to make sure I do an excellent job on and collect accurate information and statistics so that I can compare to other sources. Dictating to the doctor means that I will need to write properly so that he understands what I am saying. Other nurses will have to be able to understand what I am talking about by my writing skills when doing shift changes. I will have to be very precise so that other nurses will not Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 2. Longest Paper Ever Mlomeister has given me a link to this site. One day I am not going to get so angry at these types of things. It's a fact of life and an age–old issue, one that is almost pointless to fight and refute because it is an incredibly emotional topic and requires a lot time and effort to understand. Not only that, but there are hundreds and hundreds of sites like this, each one gathering information from each other so they've created their own religion against religion. Not too many people will delve into the 'why's and how's of things like this, it's way easier to just nod and shake your fist, close your eyes and form your opinions without doing anything to make sure that your opinions are based on literal fact, on truth. I was definitely,...show more content... But I can certainly see how others might, when they are twisting and misconstruing information. Here is an example. I wrote, "It's like saying "all Muslims" are terrorists, when obviously they all aren't. " Snip off the last part of that sentence, and suddenly I am someone who just made a really unfair and untrue statement, "All Muslims are terrorists." But someone makes a webpage about it, and all of a sudden its "Scarlett Is Anti Muslim" and then that statement has babies and all of a sudden I'm misrepresented. Really easy to do. Here is an example taken from the page that started this whole thing for me: "Death to the Rape Victim (Deuteronomy 22:23–24 NAB) If within the city a man comes upon a maiden who is betrothed, and has relations with her, you shall bring them both out of the gate of the city and there stone them to death: the girl because she did not cry out for help though she was in the city, and the man because he violated his neighbors wife." It is clear that God doesn't give a damn about the rape victim. He is only concerned about the violation of another mans "property". That last bit is the author of the webpage's opinion. ( I did a quick search on this fellows page to see if I could find out his accreditations, not surprisingly there are none. Also not surprising is his unwillingness to respond to his emails that he gets generated from his site. Oh but you can Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 3. The Circle by Dave Eggers Essay Cristal Zeas Professor Rogoff FYE 1320 April 1, 2014 Sharing is Caring In present day society, individuals dedicate their time to social media on the internet and electronics, towards updating statuses, rebloging pictures, favoriting videos, reading up on current events, and staying connected in general. It's only been 25 years since Tim Burners–Lee invented the world wide web and it's no secret that it is one of the most progressive and influential invention of our time. Dave Eggers, in his current book The Circle, foretells his version of what can happen with the growth of technology and social media and pushes our current standard of being virtually connected from the main social networks Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Tumblr. In ...show more content... The creator of SeaChanges, Eamon Bailey, tries to sugarcoat the necessity of having such gear when he says, "There needs to be accountability. Tyrants can no longer hide. There needs to be, and will be, documentation and accountability, and we need to bear witness...All that happens must be known" (Eggers 67). With this device, any one is capable of hooking up a gadget anywhere they want, at any moment, and anyone can become "transparent" (as the book calls it) without even knowing it. Everything sounds idealistic so far. The common people will be able to view their possessions, make sure everything is safe, take a vacation without actually leaving their household, and even check up on family members on occasion. Even a politician can wear it on their shirt and have the whole world keep tabs on how the politician negotiates and make deals. But agreeing with Margret Atwood with her review of the book, this can lead to a very dystopian world, questioning "How involved can corporations and government be involved with the personal lives of individuals?" (Atwood). How much involvement government/politics and businesses has on privacy towards themselves and people outside of their work has been an issue for many years, but it has recently became a big issue in the world today because of Edward Snowden, former U.S. contractor of the National Security Agency, who disclosed information of thousand classified Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 4. Essay about Germany Germany is the fourth largest country in area in Europe, with a total area of 356,970 square kilometers (137,827 square miles). The country has a varied terrain that ranges from low–lying coastal flats along the North and Baltic seas, to a central area of rolling hills and river valleys, to heavily forested mountains and snow–covered Alps in the south. Germany has a long, complex history and rich culture, but it did not become a unified nation until 1871. Before that time, Germany had been a confederacy (1815–1867). The country has a total of 82,071,765 people (1997 estimate). Germany is overwhelmingly urban, and most people lead a prosperous, comfortable lifestyle, with adequate leisure time and comprehensive social...show more content... Stretching from the Baltic and North seas to the Alps, Germany measures about 800 kilometers (about 500 miles) from north to south; the country extends about 600 km (about 400 miles) from west to east. In addition to coastline and mountains, the varied
  • 5. terrain includes forests, hills, plains, and river valleys. Several navigable rivers traverse the uplands, and canals connect the river systems of the Elbe, Rhine, and Danube rivers and link the North Sea with the Baltic. Germany has a mostly moderate climate, characterized by cool winters and warm summers. River valleys, such the Rhine, tend to be humid and somewhat warmer in both winter and summer, whereas mountain areas can be much colder. Precipitation on the average is much heavier in the south, especially along the Alpine slopes, which force incoming weather fronts to rise and let off moisture in the form of rain and snow. Germany does not have large pockets of poverty or great economic disparity. Crime levels are substantially lower than those in the United States, and the possession of guns is controlled. However, there are substantial numbers of homeless people and problems of violence, alcoholism, and drug abuse. Nonviolent crimes, such as theft and burglary in urban areas, have increased since the 1970s. They occur often enough to make law and order a recurrent
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  • 7. written communication Essay INTRODUCTION. "Man is an animal that lives in language as a fish lives in water and so written communication is just one of the ways that man can survive through" (English scholar Annie Dillard). Writing is a skill to give information. Like all skills, it is not inborn and so it needs to be learnt. To give information you need good communication skills including the ability to write simply, clearly and concisely (Harris & Cunningham, 1996). QUESTION A. Delineate the purpose of written communication, giving reasons for your answers. Different people have different reasons as to why they write. Some people write for their own private reasons or to attain their own individual goals. An example of this 'private writing' is exploratory...show more content... The fans of a musician like Madonna are quite interested to know what she does and what goes on in her life. Therefore gossip columnists quench the fans by searching for information on Madonna daily and reporting it. "All writers write to persuade or convince, regardless of what they are writing" (Harris & Cunningham, 1996, pg 216). From a poet, to a chef, all writers actually try to convince a reader in one way or another. The poet will try to convince people how a woman is like a rose and a chef on the other hand will try to convince that meat tastes better when boiled then fried. A student will try to convince an instructor that he has understood the course material by writing excellent essays such as this one. Through persuasive writing, people get things done by convincing a reader of something. Another reason is to write to solve problems and present solutions. Here, one visualizes a problem and then connects what one knows to what he does not know, by organizing his thoughts. The precursor leads to the quote: "A problem well put is half solved" (John Dewey). Writing to solve a problem starts with definition of a problem, then evaluating alternative solutions, then arguing for proposed solutions. By writing to solve a problem, one is fully engaged in the thought process and any good ideas that present solutions are immediately recorded. One can also draw small sketches which connect with one another to form Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 8. My Orchard My orchard had a lot to teach me. The trees respond to life according to the seasons; I needed to honor that cycle inside of me. There would be a spring with the budding of new growth and then a summer where the new and improved me would blossom and bear fruit. Fall would be the harvest and celebration of me. Winter was the time to let go of who I thought I had become in order to make room for the growth of yet a more authentic me. Life is a process, or better yet, a journey that has its own destination. My destination was rarely known even though I set goals and intentions for myself. Houston had served as my Oz and I, like Dorothy, had returned home again, not only to Sedona but also more importantly, to myself. There's no place like home. Chapter 14 Synchronicity is choreographed by a great, pervasive intelligence that lies at the heart of nature, and is manifest in each of us through intuitive knowledge. –Deepak Chopra When I returned from Houston, I took a part–time job to work with plants and herbs that were turned into herbal remedies. The company's relaxed environment and interesting employees made it fun to work there. Best of all, the organically grown and wild plants sustained and nurtured me with their life force and beauty. I sometimes worked with a very unusual plant, the carnivorous Pitcher plant. It is quite beautiful with its long light green stem and alluring delicate looking pink and white leaves that have evolved into a goblet shaped cup Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 9. Powder by Tobias Wolff Essay Powder Powder, a short story written by Tobias Wolff, is about a boy and his father on a Christmas Eve outing. As the story unfolds, it appears to run deeper than only a story about a boy and his father on a simple adventure in the snow. It is an account of a boy and his father's relationship, or maybe the lack of one. Powder is narrated by a grown–up version of the boy. In this tale, the roles of the boy and his father emerge completely opposite than what they are supposed to be but may prove to be entirely different from the reader's first observation. The father's character begins to develop with the boy's memory of an outing to a nightclub to see the jazz legend, Thelonius Monk. This is the first sign of the father's...show more content... He likes to plan far in advance even to the point of bothering his teachers for future homework assignments and numbering his clothes on hangers so the schedule of wear is equal. It is very common for children to exhibit some controlling behavior like the boy in the story because it gives the child a small piece of control in their own life. ("Brain Psychics") This is due to the lack of control on their parents' relationship and the inability to control separation and divorce. This is quite believable and allows the reader to relate to this situation, especially if a divorced single parent or one who was a child that grew up in a divorced home. The first feeling of this story is that the boy and his father struggle with their relationship, but as it unfolds, the reader sees how they do care for each other. It also becomes easier to spot the difficulties of communicating within a brokenfamily. The father does a fine job to of turning the boy's scheduling obsessions into a positive for the boy by noting it as one of his strong points. This story also paints the picture of a father who would not give up on regaining his time with his son. It shows the father desperately trying to rectify the mistrust issues he created because he stated to the boy when they were sitting in the diner after the highway patrol redirected them away from the snow–covered route home that she would never forgive him if he did not get the boy home for Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 10. Piano Music Essay The beautiful sound of piano music has captured the hearts of people since the early eighteenth century. Since then, many musicians have dedicated their lives to this instrument. Some players even play piano so well that it may seem that this instrument is easy to play. However, to be able to play the piano well isn't easy; it takes a lot of skill. To become a good piano player, one must love music very much, have good finger techniques, and body flexibility. To become a good piano player, one must love music. The love of music can help you truly understand the music you play, so that you can play it well. For example, when you play a piece of music on the piano, not only must you get the notes and the rhythm right, you must also be...show more content... In order to become a good pianist, one must have good finger techniques. With good finger techniques, one will be able to play fast music. Because some music should be played quickly, this can help you play through the music without getting stuck. Good finger techniques can also help you play piano music very clearly so that the sound is clean and beautiful. In addition, with good finger techniques, you can play piano for a long time without your finger getting sore. For a thirty minute piece of piano music, one needs to have good finger techniques in order to play this piece well. Having good finger techniques is an important skill to have as a pianist. To be able to play piano well, one has to have body flexibility. Good body flexibility can help a piano player to swing their body to the beat. For example, when a piece of music has complicated rhythm, the player must swing his or her body to the bear in order to get the exact rhythm. Body flexibility can also help one balance him/her self when he or she moves their body while playing music; thus preventing the piano player from falling off his or her chair. Lastly, body flexibility can help you play fast music. For instance, when you need to jump from the highest note of the piano to the lowest, this can help a pianist to move quickly and with ease. A good piano player must have body flexibility. Piano music can often touch the listener's heart if it is Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 11. Literary Elements Essays Peter Scott Ms. Wiggins Honors English 10 1st Block O3/09/11 "Literary Elements of Wharton's 'Roman Fever'" Peter Scott Scott 1 03/09/11 Ms. Wiggins 1st Block "Literary Elements of Wharton's 'Roman Fever'" The short story, "Roman Fever" by Edith Wharton, reveals numerous popular literary elements. Some of the most prominent examples of literary elements are irony, symbolism, and foreshadowing. All three elements create the feel and atmosphere of the short story. They add illustration, mystery, and humor to the storyline. The irony in "Roman Fever" begins when the two daughters refer to their mothers as "young things". This is verbal irony because their two mothers were described as aged and...show more content... This shows that she is different from your average middle–aged woman, and that she and Grace do not have many things in common about their personality (Petry 1).When Alida Slade and Grace Ansley are looking at their daughters having fun in the moonlight, and Grace says "And perhaps we didn't know much more about each other", it shows that some drama is about to occur, and that she knew she had things that Alida did not know about her, and also that perhaps Alida felt the same way (Selina 1). "Roman Fever" demonstrates countless excellent cases of irony, symbolism, and foreshadowing. Different kinds of irony make "Roman Fever" entertaining during dialogue. Symbolism gives the story deeper meaning in small actions, for instance knitting, and setting details. Foreshadowing in the story baffles and intrigues. In conclusion, these are the three vital literary elements in Edith Wharton's "Roman Fever". They capture the reader from the playful beginning to the jaw dropping
  • 12. end. Works Cited Scott 4 Petry, Alice Hall. "A TWIST OF CRIMSON SILK: EDITH WHARTON'S 'ROMAN FEVER'." Studies in Short Fiction 24.2 (1987): 163. MAS Ultra – School Edition. EBSCO. Web. 22 Feb. 2011. "Explanation of: "Roman Fever" by Edith Wharton." LitFinder Contemporary Collection. Detroit: Gale, 2010. Get more content on HelpWriting.net
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  • 14. The Giver Essay Summary The Giver This book is about a boy names Jonas. Jonas lives in a futuristic society where there is no pain, fear, war, and hatred. There is also no prejudice, since everyone looks and acts basically the same, there is very little competition. They have also eliminated choice. You have to apply for a spouse. You cannot just chose who you want and marry them, the community does it for you. His dad works as a Nurturer of new children, and his mom works at the Department of Justice. He also has a little sister named Lilly. You can't have a child on your own, you have to apply for them too. There are mothers that all they do is have children....show more content... Jonas receives memories of color, something that is absent from his community. He realizes how absent his community really is. Jonas hurts inside to tell people in his community what they are missing. The only person that he can really open up to is The Giver. They grew really close, and it became like a grandfather, grandchild relationship. Jonas is helping his family take care of a problem newborn. His name is Gabriel, he had problems sleeping at the Nurturing Center. Jonas helps Gabriel sleep by transmitting memories to Gabriel. They become really close. Jonas finds out that Gabriel is in danger of being released. He talks to The Giver and finds out that release means the same thing as death. Jonas gets really mad knowing that his father killed the babies. That was his father's job. Jonas wants to create a plan to change the community forever. The Giver and Jonas plan for Jonas to escape to elsewhere. Once he had done that, all his memories would be sent back into the community. The Giver would stay behind and help the community cope with their new feeling, emotions, and thoughts. Jonas is forced to leave earlier because his father tells him that they were going to release Gabriel. Desperate to save Gabriel, Jonas takes his father's bike and they head off. Little by little, he enters a world of animals, color, weather, and also hunger and exhaustion. They travel a long time until they come Get more content on HelpWriting.net
  • 15. Essay about Suicide Someone, somewhere, commits suicide every 18 minutes. You might never be able to tell who it will be, it could be the person sitting right next . Statistics reveal that approximately three million youths, between 12–18, have either thought about or attempted suicide in the past year. More than 1 /3, actually succeeded. Only in the past two decades, have depression and suicide been taken seriously. Depression is an illness that involves the body, mood and thoughts. Depression affects the way a person eats and sleeps, feels about themselves, and the way they think of the things around them. It comes as no surprise to discover that adolescent depression is strongly linked to teen suicide. Adolescent suicide is now responsible for more deaths...show more content... Adolescence is a stressful experience for all teens. It is a time of physical and social changes producing rapid mood swings from sadness to elation. Even an emotionally healthy teenager may have the constant fear of not being good enough, not making the varsity team, or getting good grades. Special situations such as a parents divorce can trigger intense sadness and feelings of wanting to die. People who usually experience depression, can seem fine. But there are many key signs to show that they are depressed. Such as, change in school performance, eating habits change, constant unhappiness, low self esteem, guilt, social isolation, inability to concentrate, irritable or angered easily, or has a severe lost of energy. For a teen suffering from severe depression, has feelings of worthlessness that dominates their day. Despair is ever present and emotional pain feels like it will never end. Any situation of anger or disappointment may cause the teen to cross the line from wanting to die, to actually trying to kill themselves. Many of them feel pains inside of them, that they can't describe when someone asks them how they feel. They just know that they are sad, or angry, or upset. Many teenagers will try to communicate their pains through Get more content on HelpWriting.net