My two writing myths that I chose to write about are ,writing does not require planning and writing is easy .Writing does require planning. I never really had to write in an academic or professional style ,until now. I never knew that there was a prewriting process that helps you prepare to write before you ever put the pen to paper. Some of the prewriting activities are free writing ,brainstorming,and clustering . There is so much more involved in the writing process than I ever knew before now. The second myth I have believed true is that writing is easy . Writing is not as easy as I once thought . There is way more invoved than just writing .Journal writing is the only writing I have ever done ,It is easy writing because with this writing it’s not meant for anyone else to read. You don’t need to capture an audience with journal writing ,academic writing is so much different than I ever thought to be . there is different guidelines and formats that you have to learn and use in academic writing .i have been trying to read the university guidelines to writing and I will have to learn the APA style of writing .writing is much harder than I thought ,the myth being that writing is easy is just that a myth.This class has helped me overcome these myths about writing ,by teaching the correct information .It is surprising to me how I have always thought these myths were true ,I have never had an opportunity to know or read otherwise .Now that I am a student at the
The food born illness that I have chosen to write about is Salmonella. Salmonella is a non spore forming bacteria; it comes from the family Enterobacteriaceae and the tribe Salmonella. Salmonella is divided into two species which is S. entercia and S. Bongori both of them is pathogenic to humans. S. Enterica is more of a health concern to humans; currently there are around 2,600 stereotypes that have been identified. Pathogenesis is different depending on typhoidal or nontyphoidal infections
. Commotion and chaos only distracts me from my task. With that said, I also could be considered a multitasking writer. I have difficulty focusing on one thing at a time. When working I listen to music, text my friends, and sometimes even bounce back and forth between two assignments.
Truly no writing assignments have ever excited me.
Journal entry #2
I chose my thesis question because I wanted to learn more about president Richard Nixon because what most people think when they hear the name “Richard Nixon” is just Watergate Scandal. I Knew that President Richard Nixon had to of done more things in his career than committing the Watergate Scandal and i wanted to find them out. Throughout the corse of this project my thesis statement has not changed.
It was difficult to come up with the second half of the questions
are strained by the shuffling of her old shoes along the carpet, is lifting your feet to hard when your past 80? Mixed emotions go through my head not believing that my running away from my own nana, every time I turn around to see her pursuing me, the determined fast paced shuffle picks up and the wooden spoon raised for the final blow. Unfortunately for her, the old age (which she didn’t think was a problem) was now a problem, she realised or I hope she did that she had no chance of catching me
, Jefferson and Hamilton both had their views on that. Hamilton wanted to take sides with Britain because, despite all of the issues in the past, it was our nation’s parent country. But Jefferson believed that we should take sides with France.
Finally I would like to conclude on the stand that the Two-Party system was developed by to main men, Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton. Many problems have erupted between the two, which has brought this major impact in Americans lives and America’s government, which still has a great impact on todays lives and government. Despite the fights in the government now, the Hamiltonian and Jeffersonian era of politics is where the two-party system was formed.
The department I chose to write about is nursing. I have been in nursing so some time now and there is many different levels in the nursing department. Our goal is to provide the best care and comfort possible, while ensuring safety and competence to each and every patient. Our mission is to promote the best nursing care and build a strong and diverse workplace.
The area that our department fits into is mission, vision, and goals because a nurses’ first and most important goal is to take care
I need to write my… I wonder what’s for lunch?
“I need to write my… I wonder what’s for lunch?”
This statement demonstrates the distracted mindset of someone suffering from the overly common disorder Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, also known as ADHD or ADD. ADHD is a disorder where people tend to have problems staying focused on tasks, or get bored easily of certain tasks after a period of time
just don't happen to have the time to write down themselves. In their generosity, and in exchange for the writer handling the yeoman's work of getting it all down on paper, these wheeler-dealers offer a cut of the proceeds – "usually fifty-fifty", Patchett notes drily, "though sometimes it's less". Of course, what they fail to understand is that "writing the ideas down, it turns out, is the real trick."
Patchett studied fiction writing with several noted authors – Grace Paley, Allan Gurganus
Why I Write
I can still remember the excitement I had for English class every day. Growing up, I was head over heels in love with writing. I could write anything, from scary short stories to haikus. Fiction writing was my favorite in English class. I enjoyed writing about make believe because there are no restrictions and I did not have to think inside the box. I had a very creative and abstract imagination growing up. In elementary school, I was the girl with glasses and who always brought a
September 8, 2002
Half & Half
Just as a child never questions the wonders of time, I too had never questioned the customs of my predecessors. It wasn’t necessarily because I had accepted their customs as accurate dealings, but simply that I was taught through repetition that their endurance over time was a result of their validity. My religious schooling constantly stressed this concept of validity and tried to instill belief for it. By a