Reasons For Application

With mission statement the obvious thing to do is right so you want to go to their mission statement you want to check out the school’s websites you want to read up on their special programs and anything that might interest you about their program that they offer going to pre-med fairs and canvas events can be especially helpful to meet representatives and medical students from their school visiting the…

Questions For Source Material

You will find in some sources you may have a handout on how to use it there’s stuff on the library website the the commonwealth style manual that i’ve been talking about has details on how to use and of course the great book on how to write essays it’s got a whole chapter on it then under questions of style I mainly got to talk about whether you should…

Emotionless Essays

A common mistake we get from students is that you know they they want to be sound very professional or they want to sound very serious and they sound like a robot and when I say that I mean they’re not putting any emotion into their writing whatsoever it’s very boring to read something like this it really doesn’t give me an opportunity to see you and who you are…

House Advantage

“The house doesn’t beat the player. It just gives him the opportunity to beat himself.” Truer words were never spoken…at least when it comes to casino gambling. Yes the house does have an advantage, but more times than not it is the play of the gambler that increases that advantage to an unbeatable amount. Craps 2I can’t tell you how many times I have seen players making bets that actually…

Tips for Reducing Wordiness

• Eliminate unnecessary intensifiers, especially weak ones, such as very, quite, rather, and somewhat. Few sentences change meaning when these words are eliminated. EXAMPLE: Very few sentences change meaning when these somewhat unimportant words are eliminated. • Take a careful look at all adjectives and adverbs, and eliminate all unnecessary and redundant modifiers. Is your meaning already in the subject or verb? If so, cut out the modifiers. EXAMPLE: The…

Writing Instruction–writing introductions (three models)

Writing Introductions   Writing an introduction is much like cooking.  Anyone can do it by following a recipe.  The individuals who do it best don’t need the recipe, but anyone can still make macaroni and cheese from a box.  With that belief in mind, here are several models of introductions.             Please note that all the introductions end with a controlling idea or thesis:  a specific statement that sets a…

Literary Interpretation Part 4

Terms to Know and Use for Discussing Author’s Purpose, Theme, and Characterization Existentialism is a broad view, with different emphases by different people, but the following concepts (most directly expressed by Sartre) are common to most existentialists. Choice and Commitment: Perhaps the most prominent theme in existentialist writing is that of choice. Humanity’s primary distinction, in the view of most existentialists, is the freedom to choose. Existentialists have held that…

Literary Interpretation Part 3

Terms to Know and Use for Discussing Author’s Purpose, Theme, and Characterization predestination, a theological doctrine that asserts that God predestines from eternity the salvation of certain souls. So-called double predestination, as in Calvinism, is the added assertion that God also foreordains certain souls to damnation. Predestination rests on the basis of God’s omniscience and omnipotence and is closely related to the doctrines of divine providence and grace. Calvinism rejects…

Literary Interpretation Part 2

Terms to Know and Use for Discussing Author’s Purpose, Theme, and Characterization determinism, influenced by the rationalism of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Determinists believe that every event is the inevitable result of antecedent causes. Applied to ethics and psychology, determinism usually involves a denial of free will. In some respects, determinism is similar to predestination; however, determinism is not theologically based. Determinists believe our fate is decided by circumstances…

Literary Interpretation Part 1

Terms to Know and Use for Discussing Author’s Purpose, Theme, and Characterization   In literary interpretation, knowing the following terms can be of help in discussing a particular author’s purpose and theme, as well as in discussing characterization. An author has a predominant attitude toward life, as we all do, and he/she reveals that attitude through the characters. If the major character in a novel or short story ( or…

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