Results: 1-10 of total 159
(40 results)
(16 results)
(10 results)
(3 results)
(4 results)
(22 results)
(3 results)
(5 results)
(4 results)
(3 results)
(4 results)
(12 results)
(2 results)
(5 results)
(2 results)
(7 results)
(5 results)
(5 results)
(1 result)
(1 result)
Historical Events
(1 result)
(2 results)
Social Issues
(1 result)
Book reviews
(1 result)
Contact us
Toll-free for US only: 1-866-509-5959 Order custom essays:
Instant Quote
Type of work:
275 words/page
Price: $0
Make an order
Our Prices
14 days per page
10 days per page
6 days per page
3 days per page
2 days per page
24 hours per page
12 hours per page
6 hours per page
3 hours per page
Note: The prices are given for High School academic level. Please, visit "Prices" page for the detailed prices.
Similar searches
With any essay that I write, my main objective is to paint a picture with words. There are three basic guidelines that I follow in order to paint this picture. By writing down my ideas, putting my ideas together on a word processor and then going back to revise is how I compose an essay or any other written work. I feel that these guidelines are essential to a well developed essay. When I'm given a writing assignment, one of the first things that I do is focus on the subject or topic of the essay. If it's a subject that I am knowledgeable of, I would add my own input and incorporate it into my writing. And if it's not a subject that I am familiar with, I would do some type of research on the subject. One of the most important processes of my written work is the gathering of detailed ideas. When I am forming ideas about my subject for an essay, the first thing that I usually do is concentrate on what I want to write. What do I want to say to my audience? What is the purpose of my writing? I have learned that by knowing the purpose of your writing keeps you focused on it. Once I have found the answers to these questions, I try to stay focused. I gather details for my subject that will help support and develop it. I try to utilize sensory details, specific examples, facts and statistics, or incidents or anecdotes - if they are needed. The next thing that I do is figure out how do I want to say it. I'll start by writing out a few sentences about my subject and then I determine which one represents my idea most effectively. Once I have found...
pages: 3 (words: 623)
comments: 2
added: 10/08/2011
Write An Essay: The Writing Process In this paper you will learn how to successfully write an essay by following the writing process. Laurie G. Kirszner and Stephen R. Mandell authors of Patterns for College Writing, introduce step-by-step instructions for successfully petting together an essay together. Prewriting is very important in writing an essay because it will help you brainstorm ideas. You can brainstorm by reading journals and diaries. After this it is best to group your ideas. Grouping your ideas helps you to organize your thoughts so the essay has a chronological sequence by either an outline or clustering. Then you have the outline. The outline is the key point in the body paragraphs of the essay. When the outline is completed it is transferred into paragraphs. You also have to know the different sections of an essay such as, the introduction, the body paragraphs, and the conclusion (paraphrasing). The length, audience, and occasion of the topic in which you are writing should be a part of brainstorming and your prewriting (paraphrasing). The length of the essay should be considered. For example: if your teacher tells you to write a two-page essay, you will want to limit the writing and stress mainly on the key factors of the topic. A purpose is how you are going to word what you want to say in the essay (paraphrasing). Do you want to influence the reader to believe your opinion on a particular subject? Is it directed towards customers and are you trying to get them to buy something? These are examples of questions to ask yourself to determine the purpose of the topic in the essay. Next is your audience. Decide what group you are writing the essay to. If you were to write the essay to an employer, you would want...
pages: 4 (words: 964)
comments: 3
added: 07/09/2011
Educating Rita- the summary Act one Scene one The hairdresser Rita wants to become educated. She enrolled into an open university and was accepted. Rita get a tutor- Frank-. This scene describes the first meeting between both. Frank expects an insecure, shy woman. But Rita is self- assured, extroverted and speaks a lot. They talk about irrelevant themes like pictures alcohol and about smoking. Rita tells Frank, that she wants to know everything. Frank hesitates, because he is undoubted about his qualification to teach her. Scene two Rita visits Frank for the second time. While entering his room she is oiling the door handle. She wanders and takes a seat. They start talking about education and they begin to discuss about books. Then they speak about Howards End by E.M. Foster Rita has a different opinion about this book than Frank does. Then Rita starts a conversation on Franks wife. He tells that they broke up and that he is now living with an former student. Then Rita says again that she wants to get teached by Frank and he agrees. They argue about the best teaching method, but finally they agree that if Rita wants an education she needs to discipline herself. Then Rita leaves the room. Scene three Rita complains about a book ( E.M. Forster), she had to read. The essay, she wrote about another book seems to be bad, Frank said. Rita wanted to do well, but she didn't does it in a way Frank expected. So he tells her to be more objective. Later they talked about a book and its title, if it is perverted. Scene four Rita and Frank were talking about Ritas "Peer Gynt" essay. Frank wonders about its shortage. Than they were talking about, what is expected in an examination and how to write an essay. Later they had a talk about...
pages: 5 (words: 1343)
comments: 0
added: 02/01/2012
i dont really know how to write an essay. I am not sure what you want me to do.Before purchasing the car, there was a small ticking noise which Yoshio determined to be some sort of exhaust leak. This was a good opportunity to try some new products. Yoshio installed a beautiful stainless steel TANABE header and downpipe for the SC directly from Japan (43mm primaries, 44.5 mm secondaries, 60mm collector). After the downpipe and header were installed, Yoshio installed a Blitz oversized pulley and HKS camshafts. He fine tuned the car with a new Techtom ECU upgrade. Needless to say the car is now fast..... The interior leather was really worn down. So Tario decided to reupholster the seats. He decided to colour match with the blue from his Momo steering wheel. The work was done by Innovative Interiors at Markham and Finch. Finshed product looks great!! Yoshio also installed a dual gauge pod housing a Greddy boost meter and Autometer Ultralite AF gauge. The Eudora Welty Newsletter was established by William McDonald in 1977 at the University of Toledo as a necessary and long-overdue tool of scholarship, information, and homage to one of America's most beloved writers, Eudora Welty. Since that time, it has evolved to include bibliographic references to her works, textual analyses, news and queries about Eudora Welty and her works, and checklists of scholarship. After twenty years of leadership by Dr. McDonald, the Newsletter has now moved to its new home at Georgia State University under the direction of its new editor, Pearl A. McHaney, and business manager, Thomas L. McHaney The editors of the Eudora Welty Newsletter are constantly seeking new information about such Welty news items as adaptations of her works, forthcoming conferences of interest to Welty scholars, and awards given to Welty in acknowledgement of...
pages: 2 (words: 343)
comments: 0
added: 08/30/2012
Utopia "There is nothing like dream to create the future. Utopia to-day, flesh and blood tomorrow." Victor Hugo, Les Miserables, 1862 The idea of Utopia is one of the most prominent subjects portrayed in Orwell's novel, 1984 and Huxley's nove.V Orwell's thoughts on Totalitarianism A. From life experiences B. From a writers point of view VI Conclusion Introduction "Orwell observed that every line of serious work. Summary of Orwell's 1984 Summary Chapter 1 and 2 We are introduced to Winston Smith the main character of the story. Works at Ministry of truth. Ministry of truth is one of four government buildings in destroyed London, the main cit.1984: Ignorance is Strength The novel 1984 reveals a society comparable to that of the year 1984. This society has progressed, and continues to progress in the direction pointed out by George Orwell. "Impossible!", everyone says.The Impact of Stalinism in 1984 Truly one of the greatest anti-utopian novels in history George Orwell's 1984 is a "nightmare vision" into the future of a world controlled by totalitarianism (Meyers 144). Through the character of Winston Smith, Orw.Word Count: 11531 subliminal messaging Subliminal Messages in Advertising: The Case For and Against Lisa Caswell Syracuse University Running Head: Subliminal Messages Subliminal messaging and subliminal perception are controversial topics in the field .A four page book review on George Orwell's "1984", that when written was a futuristic story on man struggling to rationalize his existence in a chaotic world. Orwell's theme was that the strength of man lay in his ability to retain his individuality, and a communist society would destroy any hope of the soul surviving. A mind-bending look at what the future could hold if we don't exercise care, with some of his predictions having already come true, it is both interesting and scary to read.George Orwell's...
pages: 2 (words: 472)
comments: 1
added: 12/09/2011
Do We Need to How Know Write to? You are eighteen years old, sitting in front of a blank computer screen. It's already twelve o'clock, you just got back from your friend's house, and a paper is due tomorrow; a paper that you were assigned two weeks ago. The paper is on a book you never read by Patty Davis. It's late and you are tired. With a click of a mouse, a few entered words, and some brief scanning, you have located a paper online with exactly what you are looking for. Before even proofreading it, you print it out, staple it, and head off for bed. Most people may see this student's unethical decision is uncommon among today's children. Unfortunately plagiarism and "shared writing" is a growing problem among America's youth. According to a study done last spring, "One out of every three high school students will get a book summary, research paper, essay or speech offline during the school year" (Education Today). These "easy-out" homework methods are turning today's children into laid-back, lazy students who believe they no longer have to work for their grades. The major problem is that these students don't realize they are hurting themselves in the long run. In today's society, a young adult without competent and applicable writing skills will have a hard time finding a good job that doesn't require the phrase "Would you like fries with that". Winar 2 Since writing skills are so important, East Carolina University requires every student to take the English 1100 and 1200 courses in order to graduate. Everyone has room for growth and these courses are designed to improve any student's writing skills. My 12th grade Advanced Placement English teacher would always say "A student who can't write well is like a blind traffic cop; you can't expect...
pages: 4 (words: 1026)
comments: 1
added: 11/09/2011
Outline of Skill Package SKILL: "Be able to express anger or negative feelings without losing your temper" 1. Writing about the Skill. a) Sit down and write anything about the skill that comes into your head. b) Write an essay on how my performance of this skill varies when im with different people. 2. Symbolizing the skill in an art form. a) Write a poem or rap about the skill. b) Use PhotoShop to create an image about the skill 3. Practicing the skill in a variety of situations. a) Use the skill outside of class and write about the experience b) Act out the skill as if you were in a play. Write about what you felt and learned 4. Receiving feedback about the skill from friends or family a) Ask a person you really trust what his or her opinion is of your performance of this skill. Then write a statement in which you agree or disagree or both. b) List some questions you have to regarding this skill. Write them in questionnaire form and ask five others for their answer to your questions. 5. Observing the skill being practiced by others a) Interview someone who is good at this skill. Write a summary of the interview b) Write an essay about how people from different backgrounds perform this skill. Discuss whether people of different age, sex, race, education, national background perform the skill differently. 6. Teaching the skill to someone else a) Invent a test that measures someone's ability in this skill. See whether people who you know are good at this skill really score higher than you do-this will tell you if you have created a good test. b) Invent a game in which this skill is needed to win. 7. Reading about the skill a) Look up three quotations (Bartlett's Book of Quotations) about your skill. Summarize them in your own words. b) Think of a famous...
pages: 2 (words: 339)
comments: 1
added: 09/26/2011
Truths held in youth are rarely those that endure until death. As years accumulate, so does, allegedly, one's wisdom and capacity for reflection. Eugene O'Neill, author of The Iceman Cometh, reveals in this dramatic play his own experiences with Catholicism and how his views had altered through his lifetime regarding this faith. As a child, O'Neill was raised in a devout Irish Catholic family. His early years were spent in hotels and trains, on account of his father's hectic profession. He was also left in the care of his mother, a woman heavily dependent upon morphine. Obviously, in such a state as this, Mrs. O'Neill could hardly display the affections necessary to raise an emotionally healthy child. This relationship of mother and son is evident in The Iceman Cometh through the characters of Parritt and his own mother. Parritt, similar to O'Neill, resented his mother for her lack of emotional nourishment. So, out of his malice towards her, he betrays his mother and her life, The Anarchist Movement. This treacherous action parallels O'Neill's in that O'Neill too proves disloyal to Catholicism by rejecting the faith entirely by the age of 14. "If we did quarrel, it was because I told her I'd become convinced The Movement was only a beautiful pipe dream" (O'Neill 23). Thus spoke Larry, the foolosopher of Harry Hope's Bar. Through this quote, O'Neill displays not only the notion of the Anarchist Movement as a colossal pipe dream, but also, in respect to his own life, that of Catholicism as well. O'Neill undeniably disagreed in the validity of Catholic dogmas. One such dogma O'Neill may have disagreed with is that of absolvement of one's sins through confession. "I know it's the last time Teddy, you'll never do it again" (O'Neill 177). This quote, spoken by Evelyn to her husband Hickey, illustrates...
pages: 3 (words: 555)
comments: 1
added: 11/22/2011
I need to write an essay to get intothe website. but I just got this computer and I don't have an essay yet because it's new so I'm gonna do a little cheating. And write the nost I can abouth nothinFacing a potential blood shortage, military installations around the country have been scrambling to get more people to donate blood. Medical officials at the Fort Bragg Army Post in North Carolina say they normally run low on blood supplies in January after the holidays. But this year, their demand has increased significantly with thousands of troops being deployed to the Persian Gulf region. The Fort Bragg Blood Center needs to collect 677 units of blood a month, but right now has only about 250 units. "Nationally, 5 percent of the people that are eligible to give blood actually do," said Capt. Melanie Sloan, director of the blood center. Blood Needs Likely to Grow Since the war in Afghanistan began, the military has shipped 17,000 units of blood to the region. The pace is not likely to slow. The U.S. military will not say how much more blood they will need if the United States goes to war with Iraq, because those numbers are tied to casualty estimates. But during the Persian Gulf War, the United States sent 100,000 units of blood to the region in a six-month period. About 20 percent of that came from civilian sources. "We rely on civilians in case we don't have enough," said Col. Michael Fitzpatrick, director of the Armed Services Blood Program. "So, it's not only the military blood program but the civilian collection agencies that need donors at this time, not because we're asking them for blood but because we possibly could." A healthy person can donate blood every 56 days, up to five times a year. They should not be discouraged...
pages: 2 (words: 530)
comments: 0
added: 01/26/2012
With these simple steps, anybody can write an "A" quality essay. All it takes is a well-written introduction, body and conclusion. These steps are a lot easier than most people make them out to be. The first, and most important, step to writing an "A" essay is the introduction. The purpose of the introduction is to get the reader's attention. The introduction should also let the reader know the contents of your essay. To get the reader's attention use a lead-in. a lead-in is a sentence or phrase that captures the interest of the reader. One way to do this is to appeal to the emotions or feelings of the reader. A lead-in can be in the form of a question, a shocking statement, a headline, or a statistic; as long as it gets the attention of the reader. A thesis statement should also be included in the introduction. The thesis should inform the reader as to the contents of the essay and how the essay is organized. The reader should be able to read the thesis statement and find a specific topic in the essay without having to read the entire essay. This can be done by organizing the body paragraphs in the same order as the items in the thesis statement. Step two, in writing an "A" essay, is writing effective body paragraphs. In order for them to be effective, they must support the thesis sentence. The worst thing to do is to go off on subjects that have nothing to do with the essay. To avoid getting off the subject, try not to use stories as examples or to prove a point. Every body paragraph should have a topic sentence. The other sentences in the paragraph should support the topic sentence. The paragraph, as a whole, should support the...
pages: 2 (words: 410)
comments: 2
added: 11/13/2011
Results: 1-10 of total 159