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…
___________________________________ Outline the points to be developed 1. 2. 3. Thesis Statement Body Paragraphs Analysing Both Works in a Single Paragraph Body Paragraph 1 Topic Sentence Make sure that your topic sentence clearly indicates what you will be proving about both works ___________ Topics Sentence Extension into Work A Illustrations Point 1 A (quotation, properly introduced with speaker…
Peer Review #1
To get feedback on what you have written
To get suggestions for revising your paper
Exchange essays with a classmate
Read through peer review worksheet
Read your partner’s essay twice: once through without commenting, the second time making marks/notes in the margins (these marks are not corrections; they are reminders to call attention to specific parts when filling out worksheet)
Bring 2 typed copies of your Peer…
Acknowledge anyone who has helped you in your work such as your supervisor, technical support staff, fellow students or external organisations.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Automatically generated from the paragraphs of style Headings.
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
For editorial consistency, it is important to use Word styles properly. Word 2003 onwards has so-called quick styles. If the styles referred to below are not visible on the Home ribbon in the Styles category, choose…
THE STRUCTURE OF AN ESSAY
A literary essay consists of four main parts: Title Introduction Body Paragraphs Conclusion TITLE: Provide a succinct statement of the thesis. INTRODUCTION: Contains a lead, plan of development and thesis.
LEAD A lead, the first part of the introduction, may consist of 2 or 3 general statements related to your topic. These sentences should not mention the title of the novel, play or poem being discussed, nor should they name the author, or any of the characters in the…
The first paragraph of the academic essay is the one that is usually the most different from the basic paragraph that we have studied. In Lessons #1 and #2, we saw that a basic paragraph had a topic sentence as its first sentence, followed by supporting sentences with supporting details, and these (sometimes) followed by a concluding sentence.
In the multi-paragraph academic essay, however, the structure is a little different. Like the basic paragraph, the introductory paragraph opens with a…
the most points possible. Below I have outlined the comparative essay so that you can write this essay to the best of your ability.
Paragraph 1: Thesis
The Thesis is one sentence that not only says what the paper is about, but in what order you are going to write it. The thesis statement must start with ALTHOUGH or EVENTHOUGH. The thesis must be a 2:1 or a 1:2 ratio. You must include your two topics (places, countries, regions, or events) and your three themes (the ways you are comparing your…
focus on...(your treaty):
Research Essay Requirements
1. Begin with a hook that will immediately draw the reader in. Discuss the purpose of your paper, what you will be explaining and why it is important (Introduction)
2. Explain the background of the Native tribe in detail. (Body Paragraph 1)
3. Identify past and present tribal territory, including; geographic features such as rivers, mountains, canyons, plateaus, boundaries, etc. (Body Paragraph 2)
4. Choose and describe a “treaty” between the Native…
1. Your essay’s introduction needs to show that:
you understand the topic
you have an opinion about how the topic relates to the text (novel, film etc) Do you agree or disagree? State your contention.
you can back up you opinion with evidence (mention the main areas/ideas but don’t give details here)
2. The body paragraphs in your essay need to be structured in the following way to ensure your discussion of the essay topic is thorough and effective. Each of the body paragraphs, need…
essay that includes an engaging
introduction, supportive body paragraphs, and an effective conclusion.
This ticket entitles those who have
mastered the essay to move freely
within the academic world, to express
themselves in a way that professors will
respect, and to modify the essay format
to fit any type of academic writing.
Wordsmith: A Guide to Paragraphs and Short Essays, Fifth Edition, by Pamela Arlov. Published…