People are usually having question of how to write a good paper. There are a lot of chances for us to write a paper, being able to write a good paper could be really helpful for us, either on academic and career. There are four elements that could help us to write a good paper; appropriate style, clear and expressive thinking, originality, and good presentation. If we use it when we are writing a paper, the paper will be greatly improved. Writing a paper with appropriate style is important. Using different style could make a big different, such as “The sun was hot”, and “The circular suns red flames burned with blistering heat”. The second one is obviously giving better imagination to the reader. Working on a research paper and a persuasive paper also need different style. A research paper should not contain any personal opinion, but a persuasive paper is giving opinion based on the fact to persuade the reader. Clear and expressive thinking is the second element. A good essay will demonstrate clear expression and thought with logical progression. The content must be well organized, so that the reader could fully understand the paper. If a paper is not logical and organized, it would be a hard time for the reader to read it. The third element is the originality of the paper. Showing evidence by citing others work is a common method to back up our view, but it’s also important to keep the originality of the paper, because just to cite others work will not show our own
Technical Writing for Management Information Systems Professionals
David J. Donahoo
Associate Professor, Liberty University
Submitted in Accordance With
Guidance in the BMIS 200 Syllabus
This paper provides students in the BMIS 200 course with an introduction to technical writing—one of the critical success factors for their future employment and career advancement. In this paper, students will be exposed to Four basic skills that will improve your technical writing. These…
Four 4 page papers will be due over the course of the quarter. You may choose which readings you want to write on but you must write one paper between each of the following dates Sep 17-Oct 1; Oct 3- Oct 22; Oct 24- Nov 5; Nov 7-Nov 19. The paper on a specific set of readings is due at the beginning of the class for which the reading is scheduled. The due dates on the syllabus calendar are the last day you can write a paper on a given set of readings
Papers are to be written…
their writing with a care. Knowing what to write in literary works is not the only thing that matters. Grammar and punctuation are a big part of what makes poems, short stories, and essays great. Not one person’s writing is perfect, I am not an exception, but with William Strunk and E.B. White’s Elements of Style it is possible to get close to perfect.
Knowing when to place commas in sentences with conjunctions was never my strong suit. This was no longer a problem after reading Elements of…
Participation/ In-Class Writing
Participate in class discussion; this will include an in-class writing assignment. The assignment must be completed during class to receive credit.
Learning Team Instructions
Learning Team Toolkit
Resource: Learning Team Toolkit
Complete the Learning Team Charter.
Function of Art Paper
Write 650-1,000 word paper in which you discuss the function of art.
Address the following in your paper:
Briefly describe your exposure to…
clients who have share portfolios. For some clients, the changes will have a negative effect on their investments while other clients will be receiving good news.
You have been asked to write a letter to all the relevant clients asking them to attend an information session regarding the changes that will affect their share portfolio performance.
When writing a business letter the first thing to determine is its purpose – ie what it is intended to achieve. in a short sentence, explain the the purpose of…
issue at hand which kind of made things all over the place for me. This made it pretty difficult to grasp the information he was lecturing.
Out of my years attending school, on ground, was a struggling experience. According to Beebe within twenty-four hours after a speech we forget more than half of what we heard I class. Then the next day we forget more than half of what we do recalled and now only remember about a quarter of the information that was said to us. That is amazingly terrible to realize…
extensive practice in critical reading and thinking, and academic essay writing. This course emphasizes the writing process and concentrates on the organization and development of ideas in written form. Correct language usage, research skills, and document presentation are covered. Particular attention is given to writing about the texts students have read and the integration of primary and secondary sources into their writing for the purpose of supporting a thesis. The prerequisite in this course…
and the taxi driver. When you go to the shop and buy your goods, you have entered into a contract for the sale of the goods. There are many different types of contract, but seldom last forever. Contracts can be express contract and implied contract, or bilateral and unilateral contract. Express contracts “consist of agreement in which the terms are stated by the parties.” (Express and Implied Contracts) They can be stated orally or in writing. Implied contracts are different from express contracts…
argument can take many forms. It is, at its root, a method for communicating a singular
position with evidence, logic, and persuasion. There are essential elements to all valid
arguments, though they may take different forms.
A successful argument depends upon the delicate balance
between these elements. Imagine a teeter-totter at the
playground. The claim is the basis of the argument, much
like the base of the teeter-totter. A big opposing viewpoint…
Florida Gateway College
Course Syllabus -- English 1102: Freshman English II
Writing About Literature
Instructor: Serafin Roldan
Office Hours: ONLINE OFFICE HRS
Enc 1102: Section 012 ONLINE
Course Description: ENC 1102 is a general education communications course. This course focuses on the appreciation of imaginative literature with the following learning objectives:
A. Communications: Demonstrate the ability to…