I like that not only you make a convincing argument in your essay and show the conflict very well but also the fact that by the time I reach your conclusion you have a very good idea for how to resolve the problem you earlier presented.
Super talented piece. I reflected on my own upbringing while reading your piece and was really drawn into the reading. I could really visually the never ending pews and almost tasted the garlic bread, keep it up!
For my continuing research on the causes of violence in youth, I decided to look more into the theory that trauma is the root cause. Today one of the most highly debated parts in the research world of child
That is a great way to start out your research. I am definitely interested to see what more you will find out about the early church. I wish you had also I could’ve had summarized with a little more about each article so I could’ve known more about what you’re looking for in your research paper. Other than that, great start Adrian.
In a continuation of the research paper I began last week, seen here, I decided to do more research to help find the answer to my thesis question. I have to decided to narrow down my research question to better
I chose for my research paper topic to study the causes of violent outbursts in youth. I chose this topic because I work as a Promise Prevention Specialist. In my work, myself and other prevention specialists work
This poem does a very good job at raising the intense feeling that both the pace of your poem and message encourages us too. Leaving out the politics you had very good pacing of your stanza and keep your point short and sweet.
I really appreciated the fact that you inputted actual sources into your paper. It makes your paper a lot more trustworthy and annunciates the point. I would suggest that you reword your closing statement. The rest of the essay is just so well put that the closing statement seems to cut you and the audience short on your overall message.
Beautiful poem, I think your use of descriptive words fit really well together and help to escalate your poem as a whole. The poem flows well and each thought you provide for us to all question is spaced far enough that we can think each through individual idea.
I think that you might have a good concept here but a lot of the meaning is lost by the errors you have in your essay. Semantically, gramatically, and with your spelling mistakes I find myself disenfranchised with your paper and struggle to find its purpose. I would say give it a once over to elaborate on ideas and correct mistakes.
Hi there Lilian, I work with immigrants, refugees, and displaced families at my job. I teach the children of these families and peoples a basic education course, including STEM and the liberal arts in classes between 15 and 30. Personally, in the year or so I’ve been working there I have never had a case where a family or parent is deported and a…[Read more]
While I think the rights of the individual should be respected I also believe we should not entertain the idea if it is something that puts the entire society at risk. Rather than make the question of whether we should even mandate the process of vaccination, I believe we should increase funding to educate the American public
I have to say this piece struck me. I have yet to read a better formatted paper on this site. Your use of vivid detail and vibrant description was able to make me shiver in real time. It seems you have a deep personal connection from your essay and I hope you continue your work in this fashion.
One of the questions I often ask is “How can I start a business?” Business is something I have always been interested in and a extra money for school is always needed, so I wondered if setting my own business up
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