The first argument for economic development brings negative effects to the environment is that deforestation and urban expansion which caused by rapid economic increase and population growth leads to degradation of ecological environment, such as soil erosion and natural habitat loss. Firstly, the main cause of soil erosion is deforestation for trade and farmland. Nowadays, in some less-developed countries, the living pressure increases with the numbers of population. These people have to cut down the trees for trade and use the land for farming. That may hide danger of soil danger in the future. According to Pakenham (2005), for example, in Nepal, the people cut down the trees, using the resources to support their life and making land for agriculture. But in a short time, the soil became unproductive and incapable because the rain washed out the fertile topsoil. Furthermore, in Brazil, the people destructed the rain forest for economic growth, but the land cannot grow anything because they destroy the recycling of natural nutrients to the soil (Pakenham 2005). It shows that deforestation which cause by economic development may produces negative impacts to the environment. Secondly, urban expansion is a threat to the nature. He (2014) reports that urbanization has resulted a serious effect in loss of natural habitat, it will cause of declines in biodiversity directly and it may disrupt local-regional ecosystems. According to HE (2014), in China, because of the economic…
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For over 60 years, Selective Service and the registration requirement has served as a backup system to provide greater manpower to the US army. During the Vietnam War, more than 1,500,000 civilians were drafted. Majority of American citizens disagree with the draft, as so do…
according to the guidelines below. Your essay must be written from the first person point of view, exploring what you already know or interests you about the subject and will be guided by a controlling question at the end of the introduction. Your body paragraphs will explore the methods you used to do your research and what you learned during the process. Lastly, you will write a conclusion that reflects about what you now know about searching for information that you didn’t know before, and how this…
All claims and arguments MUST have a correct in-text citation.
RESEARCH SOURCES NEEDED
AT LEAST THE FOLLOWING:
Encyclopedia (DO NOT QUOTE IN YOUR ESSAY, only paraphrase for background information)
2 articles – found using ProQuest or eLibrary
1 website or book
AND YOU MUST HAVE:
United States Constitution Amendments (see page 19 for citation)
ALL SOURCES USED IN YOUR ESSAY MUST BE CITED BOTH IN IN-TEXT CITATIONS AND IN WORK CITED PAGE
1st Body Paragraph
Critics of Chris McCandless were wrong to think that Chris was a selfish individual. In fact, Chris is a kind and generous person. For starters ever since, Chris was in High School he helped many less fortunate than him. Krakauer writes: “On weekends, when his high school pals were attending “keggers” and trying to sneak into Georgetown bars, McCandless would wander the seedier quarters of Washington, chatting with prostitutes and homeless people, buying those meals, earnestly…
Thesis Statement: IBM’s Past Present and Future continues to revolutionize the IT industry today!
The IBM Corporation’s History started in 1911 making punch-card tabulators (IBM, 2014). It wasn’t till 1924 that the company took the name of IBM under Thomas Watson’s leadership (IBM, 2014). Watson led IBM into being the largest manufacturer of punch card Tabulators which lead to their rise as a dominant corp. in America (IBM, 2014). The IBM corporation…
write a full introduction paragraph)
Two or three body paragraphs supporting your thesis
Use specific examples, details and quotations to support your ideas.
Fully explain the meaning of your examples/details/quotes, tying them back to your thesis.
Those who write two body paragraphs instead of three should compensate length by explaining these two ideas in greater detail
A concluding thought to wrap up your points (you’re not required to write a full conclusion paragraph)
English II Pre-AP, 7
March 3, 2015
Paper Body Paragraph 1
Brutus uses the persuasive techniques of bias, adjectives, and the rule of three to alter the Roman citizen’s indignant attitudes. Rather that treating the common people as underlings, Brutus addresses them as “Romans, Countrymen, and Lovers” to create a sense of unity among them (JC.3.2.13). By referring to them as fellow citizens, and patriots, Brutus binds them together as friends aiming towards a concentric…
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Your introduction paragraph should act just as it sounds. It is the first aspect of your writing
that people will read, and you want to grab your reader’s interest.
Start with a lead in or hook statement. Hook statements can be statistics, definitions, questions,
or anything related to your topic that you use to grab your reader’s attention.
An example of a hook for this paper:
One of Dictionary.com’s definitions of identity is “the condition of being oneself or itself, and…