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How to Write an Expository Essay - How to Write an Expository Essay When writing an essay, follow these eight basic steps: Select a topic: Be sure the topic is narrow enough to make it manageable within the space of an essay Write a thesis sentence: Be sure the thesis statement(or sentence) expresses a controlling idea that is neither too broad nor too specific to be developed effectively Select a method of development: Check through all the methods before you finally settle on the one which will best serve your thesis: definition example compare and contrast cause and effect classification process analysis Organize the essay: Begin by listing the major divisions which the body paragraphs in your essay will disc...   [tags: Expository Essay] 298 words
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Ausubel’s Expository Teaching Model - Ausubel’s Expository Teaching Model Highly abstract concepts, such as jurisprudence and sovereignty, oftentimes cause high school students much struggle when trying to thoroughly understand such conceptual ideas. To teach these theoretical concepts, one must not only equivalently utilize David Ausubel’s Expository teaching model, but also retain an overall knowledge of other valuable strategies related to Ausubels’s model (Woolfolk, 2004, p. 281). To Ausubel, the most significant idea is that of the advance organizer, a statement of introduction that aids students in organizing the information about to be presented....   [tags: Ausubel Expository Teaching Education Essays]
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Expository Paper on Discrimination of African Americans - We all know what discrimination is, but most of us, don’t know how it feels to be discriminated against. It is usually not until we go through something like discrimination that we begin to see what negativity exists. African-American people have had to climb over many obstacles to gain their standing today. First they were sold into slavery, but after slavery was abolished they still had to deal with racism and discrimination, both of which still exist. For my English essay I am interviewing my neighbor, who’s African- American....   [tags: Expository Essay, Racism, Prejudice] 658 words
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Expository on Love - Love. Not For Everyone Poets and philosophers for centuries have been trying to answer the question, what is love. Love has an infinite number of definitions, which vary from one person to another. Love cannot be measured by any physical means. One may never know what true love is until love it- self has been experienced. What is love. A four letter word that causes a person to behave in a way that is out of character. What is love. A first kiss, childhood crushes on a teacher or friend’s mom. What is love....   [tags: Expository Essays]
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The Apparent Tyranny of Expository Writing - Expository writing is the genre of writing that is intended to blah blah blah, blah, blah blah. Unfortunately this is where the average reader of expository writing tunes out and ceases to listen, allowing his eyes to find a meandering course across the pages until finally he glances over the last paragraph, and with a sigh a relief he is finished—having gained no more knowledge than he would have wasting away on his video game console. The idea that ‘reading’ is synonymous with ‘work’ has engrained such a fear of the exposition of mere facts into students that as soon as they sense that that is what they are being given, their eyes cease to read, their mind begins to wander and their senses...   [tags: Language Arts ]
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Expository Writing - Expository Writing I really don't have any idea on where to start this paper, where it should go, and how it should end. It seems that I'm having a slight problem grasping the idea of expository writing. It's like when you were a kid trying to make it all the way across the monkey bars. You want to be able to reach that next rung and you try very hard, but somehow you just can't reach it. I seem to be having that problem. Right now, as I write, I'm not exactly sure I'm reaching the goal of this assignment, but this may be the best that it gets....   [tags: Teaching Education] 1144 words
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Expository Oral - Expository Oral Anousha and Sabrena are seated on stage as a short clip is played on the projector screen, showing the introduction of a news broadcast. Sabrena: Good afternoon, I am Sabrena Lee. Anousha: And I am Anousha Gilroy. Together: And you are tuned into today’s new broadcast. Anousha: Our main stories tonight: ‘Finding Grace’ and ‘Whose Life is it Anyway’ are both texts which mobilise the discourse of Disablement, however, they each construct two completely different views....   [tags: Papers] 2021 words
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Not for Publication Chris Masters- Expository analysis - Not For Publication “Journalists are given the privilege of shared access to the first draft of history, and some responsibility to make sense of it.”(NFP) The light that Chris masters sheds on the ethics and responsibility of investigative journalism in relation to the public and on whom the report on is explored in Not for publication. Masters’ expository discourse develops the common ‘essential objective is profit rather that saving the world.” Masters first hand experience and unearthing of the true facets that are todays investigative media, is more sinister than one would expect....   [tags: essays research papers] 1994 words
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Expository texts Real Gorgeous by Kaz Cook - Features and rhetorical devices of non fiction text encourage responses from the reader, how do they do this . We are often bullied into doing things against our will, this could also be said of expository texts which aim to inform, instruct and explain but importantly to persuade. They use shock value to force us to look at our values, attitudes and ideologies. When devices such as statistics, personal touch, persona, language and case studies are used the responses from the reader will have been deliberated by the author, Who uses these features to illicit the desired response....   [tags: essays research papers] 1813 words
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A Background Study of Peter’s First Epistle and the Preparation of Five Texts for Expository Sermons - True Grace of God A Background Study of Peter’s First Epistle and the Preparation of Five Texts for Expository Sermons Peter was an apostle of Jesus Christ; he was brought to Jesus by his brother Andrew and became one of Jesus’ first disciples1. He became a prominent member of the 12 disciples, being with James and John a member of the innermost circle around Jesus. He served at times as a spokesman for the group2 and he was with Jesus on the mount of transfiguration3. The first Epistle of Peter most commonly known as First Peter....   [tags: New Testament, Apostle, Commentary]
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The Book of Negroes Expository Essay - It is impossible for anyone to survive a horrible event in their life without a relationship to have to keep them alive. The connection and emotional bond between the person suffering and the other is sometimes all they need to survive. On the other hand, not having anyone to believe in can make death appear easier than life allowing the person to give up instead of fighting for survival. In The Book of Negroes by Lawrence Hill, Aminata Diallo survives her course through slavery by remembering her family and the friends that she makes....   [tags: literary analysis, lawrence Hill]
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Expository Essay on Left of Karl Marx - Carole Boyce Davies, the author if this article, reflects on the life of the black communists, activists and intellectuals in this article. The author further reflects on the intertwined trans-Atlantic histories of leftist politics and the feminism and the internationalism that took place in the twentieth century. Claudia Jones, one of the activists mentioned, is highly associated with philosophies of Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin. She is remembered for her political contribution to the Caribbean community in Britain....   [tags: Article Analysis ]
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Expository Essay on Texas Hold Em Poker - To any sports fan, names such as Babe Ruth and Joe Namath are synonymous with gods, geniuses and pioneers in their respective sports. However, amongst poker players; the name Doyle Brunson can often be referenced in the same manner as the Lord in Church. Brunson, now an old man with gray balding hair and more money than he could count, is still to be found at one of the many poker tables in the oasis in the desert we call Las Vegas. In fact, Brunson is so good, about twenty years ago he wrote a book to strengthen his competition....   [tags: Personal Essays] 1243 words
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A Critique of Thank You for Smoking. . .? - A Critique of “Thank You for Smoking. . .?" Peter Brimelow is a senior editor for Forbes magazine. The essay was written taken from Forbes magazine (July 4, 1994). Peter Brimelow’s “Thank You for Smoking” is a misleading argument which has very little precise evidence and illustrates a weak argument. The essay is about how smoking in some small ways, can be good for you. (Brimelow). In his claim it sounds like he isn’t sure of it himself because he used “might be” and “some” which are not strong argumentative words....   [tags: Expository] 876 words
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Celebrating Chinese New Year in America - This world is populated by a variety of races that come from different cultures and different backgrounds. These people differ in many ways. Do you know Chinese in all over the world have something in common. It is the Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year is the most important festival in Chinese culture and it is celebrated once every year. They do not have a specify date for Chinese New Year because the date is set by traditional calendar that was invented in China long time ago. A day before Chinese New Year or known as Chinese New Year eve, family members who is working out of state will go back to their hometown to have a family gathering and a special dinner will be served....   [tags: Expository] 1557 words
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Sports are Entertaining and Fun - Sports are Entertaining and Fun Sports in society today can be entertaining to watch and also fun to play for both men and women of all ages. I am a person that takes sports very seriously in my life. I enjoy playing sports as much as I enjoy watching them on television. I started playing baseball when I was seven years old, and played up until I graduated high school. I also played basketball from fifth grade to a junior in high school. I think that I am so involved in sports because my family takes sports very seriously, and they got me involved in them at an early age....   [tags: Expository] 2055 words
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Voices, Voices Everywhere - Voices, Voices Everywhere Having been told that her boyfriend had cheated on her, Marsha had come to a realization which she had always expected she would someday have to make: that being, the decision to end her relationship with Bobby, because she suspected that he could never commit himself to a monogamous relationship. She had previously dismissed her concerns about Bobby's fidelity after concluding that her "concerns" were just another example of her own insecurity. Maybe her dad was right; maybe Bobby would never commit....   [tags: Personal Narrative Expository Essays] 1862 words
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Models Are Basic Guidelines That Help Lay Out An Explanation Or Illustration - According to the Oxford Learners Dictionary, a model is: i) Small scale representation of sth ii) Person or thing exactly like another Commonly models are generated to have a realistic and much more simplified illustration of something mentioned above. Models are highly used in architecture. It allows investors to select from a range of models according to what suits them the best, which is definitely better than investing large sums of money and then determining that the product does not fit the needs....   [tags: expository essat] 1068 words
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Water A Vital Symbol In The Lives Of The Israelite People - Throughout the assigned Jewish scriptural texts of Genesis and Exodus, the scope of water’s symbolism encompasses the powers of destruction, deliverance, and promise. Its character is dually displayed as it manifests itself to be both a life taker and a life giver, a life force sustainer and a life force destroyer. As a life taker, water becomes the destructive force that obliterates the wicked people of Noah’s day, and punishes the people and land of Egypt during Pharaoh’s unyielding reign. In contrast, as a symbol of salvation, water provides deliverance to Moses and the Israelites....   [tags: expository essay]
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Computer Need Different Components to Make Them Function Properly - A personal computer (PC) is any general-purpose computer whose size, capabilities, and original sales price make it useful for individuals, and which is intended to be operated directly by an end-user with no intervening computer operator. PCs include any type of computer that is used in a "personal" manner. A personal computer may be a desktop computer, a laptop, a tablet PC, or a handheld PC (also called a palmtop). The most common microprocessors in personal computers are x86-compatible CPUs....   [tags: expository essay] 1239 words
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The Effect of Climate on Suicide Rates - A variety of physical, biological, psychology, and sociocultural factors influence the probability for suicide in individuals and populations. Strong evidence demonstrates that suicide rates vary across regions, and that this variation is reliably stable over time, holding true both between and within particular countries. The extent that climate may exert an impact on the propensity for suicide in particular individuals and populations, increasing knowledge about such a tendency would have significant implications for policies related to public health and climate....   [tags: informative, expository]
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The Best Things In Life Are Free - The connotation of the word “value” is ambiguous. As value pertains to an individual’s life, it could be perceived as regarding monetary compensation, emotional perspective, and contribution. Unfortunately, modern society is looking at the idea of valuing life completely wrong. Life and death should be looked at emotionally as an alternative to financially. Compensation is being looked at subjectively and must be changed to being objective. The value of life should be based on recognition of positive emotions, personal values, and artistic and intellectual merit....   [tags: expository writing] 951 words
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Lack Of Human Rights In The World - During the Age of Enlightenment, influential English philosopher John Locke would write that all men had the right to life, liberty and property. These ideas illustrated a major attempt at reform for the issues of human rights. Likewise, throughout the course of history humanity has faced countless conflicts over the impending question, “What rights are humans obliged to?” Many civilizations throughout the course of history have had many diverse answers to this question. Seemingly, historic civilizations have had a variety of rights that were given to the people....   [tags: expository essay] 960 words
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The Importance of Ethics in Society - Ethics are moral principles or values that govern the conduct of an individual or a group.It is not a burden to bear, but a prudent and effective guide which furthers life and success. Ethics are important not only in business but in academics and society as well because it is an essential part of the foundation on which a civilized society is built. Ethical behaviour is what all career people should aim to have. Not just the ethical attribute but exceptional behaviour with this regard.this is because in order to build a career, one must be governed by the rules of ethics to safeguard oneself and others....   [tags: expository, ethics] 874 words
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Dealing With Stress in Life - The times that hair-pulling seems to prevail over other activities in life. The hair pulling is just one symptom of stress. Everyone will at some point in their life come across stress. Stress is our learning of the environmental events and accommodating to coincide. Some symptoms to mention that can be noticed are being irritable and tired from not sleeping well, unable to concentrate, and having emotional outbursts. Different types of stress that exist can fall under a category of stressors including appraising, conflict, defenses, frustration, learned helplessness, micro, nature of threat, and urban....   [tags: Expository Essay] 564 words
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Abortion: Pro-Life vs. Pro-Choice - Abortion is never an easy decision, but women have been making the choice for thousands of years. It has become a large dilemma since 1973, when the U.S. Supreme Court passed a law making the procedure legal, and an even larger controversial issue. The controversy is divided into “Pro-Choice” and Pro-Life” views. Pro-Choice supporters believe that the woman should have to choice whether to abort or not. Pro-Life supporters believe that it should be illegal to abort and preformed. However, there are many ways for this procedure to be performed....   [tags: Informative, Expository]
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An Examination of Censorship - Censorship is the verb conversion of the word censor – “an official [being or “department”] who examines books, plays, news reports, radio and television programs, motion pictures, letters, etc, for the purpose of suppressing parts deemed objectionable on moral, political, military or other, grounds” (“Censoring | Define Censoring at Dictionary.com”). In certain cases, censorship is beneficial to the general public, but often times can cross into the realm of marring human rights. Censorship is an age old concept derived from the mighty Roman Empire....   [tags: Expository, Informative]
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Abortion: A Difficult Choice - On January 22, 1973, when abortion became legalized in the United States, America created the beginning of a “self-inflicted holocaust” (Franz, 2010, para. 5). Pro-choice activists have elected to argue their opinions on abortion based on their definition of life, the fact that it is the woman’s right to have a choice since it is her body, the safety of maintaining abortion’s legal status, and the economic strain it would put on a person(s). Pro life advocates can prove that it is no less than infanticide based on scientific research....   [tags: Informative, Expository]
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Postmaster General John Potter - Postmaster General John Potter is a lifelong postal employee well acquainted with the strengths and weaknesses of the US Postal Service (USPS). He is the 71st successor to Benjamin Franklin, and is the longest-serving postal head since the 1820s and only the sixth postal worker promoted from within. He led the Postal Service to record levels of service, customer satisfaction, and efficiency. He faced daunting challenges of 2001 terrorist attacks and of transforming USPS to cope with the unique demands of the 21st century....   [tags: Expository, Informative] 1442 words
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The Federal Reserve System - After the Revolutionary War, many of the country’s citizens were in great debit and there was widespread economic disruption. The country was in need of an economic overhaul and the new country’s leaders would need to decide how to do this to ensure the new country did not fall apart. After two unsuccessful attempts at a national banking system, the Federal Reserve System was created by the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. Since its inception, the Federal Reserve System has evolved into a central banking system that grows with the country....   [tags: Informative, Expository]
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Roughnecks: Oil Rig Workers - On a bright, sunny, but breezy afternoon, I made my way out towards Mad Dog 4, an oilrig. The derrick, by definition is, a tower on top of the rig used as a crane at times for moving heavy equipment, but mostly for moving the pipe in and out of the hole, which is being drilled. It rises up from the middle of a field, standing tall and white, like the Eiffel Tower, surrounded by large blue, yellow, or white containers. There is a small sign, letting anyone know that this is the entrance of Cade 21; the dirt path is made from all the trucks, which move the rig to its current location....   [tags: Expository Writing]
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Usher’s OMG Tour - On November 13, 2010, R&B’s present and future performed in Las Vegas, NV at the Mandalay Bay for Usher’s OMG Tour. New vocalist Miguel, with the success of his “All I Want is You” single, warmed up the audience. But Trey Songz, aggressive sex pop hits from his new album: Passion, Pain, & Pleasure, made the crowd start to sizzle. The talent demonstrated in the opening acts got the audience hyped up for the main attraction…Usher. This concert gave the audience the ability to take it back to 1997 with songs “You Make me Wanna” and “Nice and Slow.” Songs like “Lil Freak” and “DJ got us Falling in Love” keeps the audience in the present and of course, dancing....   [tags: expository essay] 1019 words
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Migrant Students’ Perspectives - As migrant and English language learner the transition of living and studying in México to El Paso, is not an easy for any age student. I immigrated to El Paso when I was in my last year of high school and wanting to pursue a career at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. My father decided for the family and we were moved to a school in El Paso. In the high school I attended for about three months, I was placed on tenth grade and in regular classes. I just had one hour daily of English as a second language instruction....   [tags: expository essay]
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The Mormon Church - On Sunday afternoon when I pulled into the parking lot of the Church of Jesus Christ of Ladder Day Saints (LDS) the plain “A” frame type building with a steeple; made partly of red brick was not what I had expected and at one point questioned if I was indeed at the LDS church, It looked a bit different than ones I have seen in the past, but as I walked towed the entrance I saw the church name in large letters to the left of the door. Entering the building was a foyer or entrance hall that consisted of offices, a seating area, and a few pictures on the wall....   [tags: Expository Essays]
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What is human resource management and should it be an important part of organisational strategy? - Human Resources managers are the most important features of any business especially in an economy where there is an increasing shift towards service based industry. Price (1997) for example argues that HRM account for a great proportion of many business costs and it is the people that drive business. Through the key components of HRM such as recruitment and selection, training and developments, the essay will argue on the importance of HRM in organizations and how it contribute to organizational strategy....   [tags: definition, informative, expository]
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Smoking Cannabis Virtually Doubles the Risk of Developing Mental Illness such as Schizophrenia - The media are often guilty of presenting studies in a way that leads to misinterpretation by the public. A recent BBC news article reads “Cannabis use ‘raises psychosis risk’ – Study” and the Daily Mail warns “Cannabis use ‘doubles risk of psychosis for teenagers”. Such headlines give the impression that there has been a clear causal relationship found between smoking cannabis and the development of mental illnesses (News, 2011; Hope, 2011). Kuepper et al. (2011), the study referred to above, reported that cannabis use is a risk factor for the development of incident psychotic symptoms (short-lasting individual symptoms)....   [tags: Health, informative, expository]
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What is the Nature of the Liberty Desire in Singapore? - “Give me liberty, or give me Death!” The famous cry to arms during the Revolutionary War of America has come a long way. All over the world people use adaptations of it in their bid for liberty in various forms. Scientists repressed by the Catholic Church before the Enlightenment cried ‘Tribuo mihi Licentia!’ to their captors, while the Spanish War yielded the Spanish adaptation, “Viva la Libertad”. But in each and every situation in which the word ‘liberty’ was uttered, its meaning adapts to suit a new context like the flow of water meeting a new obstacle....   [tags: government, freedom, informative, expository] 1301 words
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What is Honesty and Why Did I Develop It? - What is honesty. To me honesty is to tell the truth and not to lie to others and be fair. Honesty is a good quality trait for someone to have which tells a lot about their personality. Honesty is a characteristic that I have because of hearing in school about being honest, the experience I had as a child, and most important the example my parents gave me. There are many factors that led me to develop the characteristics of being honest. One was the influence I had during school. In school they had rules and honesty was one of the most important ones....   [tags: narrative, definition, informative, expository] 674 words
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Anorexia - Is There A Cure? What Is It? - Is There A Cure. What Is It. Although there is no quick cure or medication for anorexia, there are treatments. Depending on the severity of someone suffering from anorexia, hospitalization might be necessary. For instance, if the person refuses to eat, a feeding tube would be required. At a hospital, anorexics will need treatments for malnutrition involving a significant focus on weight gain since they are drastically underweight. After hospitalization, anorexics go through programs that treat the psychological disorders relating to anorexia involving guidance from a medical-care provider, a nutritionist, and a mental-health-care provider....   [tags: Health, informative, expository]
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What is the Best Way To Live Your Life? - In Nichomachean Ethics Aristotle explores the most important question that we humans can ask; what is the best way of living our lives. Throughout this book he establishes logical arguments and supports them to attempt to prove that happiness is the ultimate goal in life and that everything we do pursues it. He begins his argument by stating that everything that we do in everyday life we do because we believe that it is fundamentally good. Aristotle makes the observation that while we pursue that which is good, the way that we pursue it differs greatly....   [tags: Philosophy, informative, expository]
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What is Suicide and Why Does It Occur? - “Suicide is a permanent solution to a temporary problem.” Phil Donahue said these words, hoping to send a message; a message that suicide is a temporary and irreparable solution to an otherwise less than unmanageable problem. Suicide continues to be a phenomenon that no one fully understands. The rise of suicide can be directly interpreted by its precursors and their validity in newer generations such as adolescents in a time and society such as this. Suicide has moved from the realm of total taboo to a topic of increasing interest and concern for ail....   [tags: definition, informative, expository] 1150 words
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Is the Cigarette Tax Enough To Prevent Smoking? - Smoking cigarettes have negative effects on not only the people who smoke, but also the people around them and the environment. Smoking cigarettes lead to many diseases and negative health effects, such as lung cancer, emphysema, and heart disease. Second hand smoke can lead to the same side effects. However, the dangers of second hand smoke tend to be generally greater than that of first hand smoke, which is what the smoker inhales. Because of all the negative effects of smoking, the sale of cigarettes has been taxed heavily....   [tags: Health, informative, expository]
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Positions of the Greek Philosophers in Rafael's Painting - Raphael’s painting, “The school of Athens” is not merely a conglomeration of all of the philosophers of the time period, but includes a more profound amount of time, effort, and thought put into the placement and depiction of each of the characters. Each of the characters has been painted in a way that is reflective of their individual beliefs and philosophy. Though each individual was depicted as a specific philosopher from the time period there is still some debate over exactly which philosopher is which....   [tags: art, expository essay] 1562 words
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Catherine's Conflicting Feelings in James' Washington Square - Many conflicting situations that give way to problems often arise in life. These problems often create conflicting feelings within an individual who tries to but cannot satisfy both of the opposing sides. The novella, Washington Square by Henry James, portrays this idea. The story follows Dr. Sloper who marries a clever woman who bears him a son. However, death seizes both the mother and child, leaving only his daughter, Catherine, who spends most of her life trying to please her father, but could never please him because she was not clever like her mother....   [tags: Washington Square, expository] 1022 words
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Change in the Political Climate of Texas - The relationship between a local government and its people is typically a combined form of stability, as well as discordant moments of tension and rising-to-dramatic change. More specifically, the political climate of the local government differs depending on how those people view the three aspects of their governmental calls and needs: rights and responsibility of the people, obligations of their government, and limits on the local governmental authority. In the youth of Texas, the Democratic Party enjoyed electoral dominance on all levels of state government and in the representation in the national government....   [tags: Texas Politics, informative, expository] 1503 words
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What is a Rich Internet Application? - Introduction The purpose of this document will allow us to look into the WHAT, WHY & HOW of Rich Internet Applications WHAT: describes the general definition of a Rich Internet Application (RIA) and view some examples of these Rich Internet Applications. WHY: will take us through, why use Rich Internet Applications, the benefits and future developments. HOW: will allow us to look at the Technologies behind the RIA. WHAT is a Rich Internet Application. The term Rich Internet Applications refers to web applications that have features and function like a desktop application, it means that Rich Internet Applications are a cross between web applications and traditional desktop applications whi...   [tags: definition, informative, expository] 1844 words
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What is the Purpose of College? - A college education gives a person the opportunity to be successful in life, either financially or morally dependent on the goals that they set for their life. They will choose a college that offer programs for the major of their choice, where they will specialize and receive a degree. The decision to pursue a higher education will give the opportunity to earn a better income over someone who does not have a degree. College is more of life preparation course that will help make sure a successful career....   [tags: Education, informative, expository]
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Geoengineering and The Global Climate Crisis - Does one ever think of the potential catastrophic harm they’re causing by turning on the lights or by using their cars. Don’t we want a world where our grandchildren and great grandchildren can live safety and comfortably. At the rate were going this will not be possible; we’ve added more than 1.4 trillion tones of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) in just two hundred years, and its messing up our planet (Siegel 1). The use of fossil fuels has greatly increased the amount of atmospheric and oceanic CO2 to a point where it’s ruining the natural flow of the world; the earth’s temperature is rising....   [tags: argumentative, persuasive, expository, informative] 1868 words
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Smoking: A Therapeutic Approach to Quitting - Smoking A Therapeutic Approach to Quitting While smoking is a problem that affects millions of people in The United States, several different approaches are available to assist in breaking the habit; specifically, therapeutic approaches, when utilizing group sessions, one-on-one interaction, or self direction, do offer the ability to modify personal views, behaviors or other challenging issues to achieve predetermined results. Since each of the aforementioned options provide varying amounts of contact with trained therapists and other people, it is necessary to make a remedial selection based upon the comfortability and willingness of a person to openly talk about their dilemma with others....   [tags: Smoking, informative, expository]
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Smoking; Who Does it Really Affect? - Secondhand smoke is extremely hazardous. It can cause death and dangerous health defects. Therefore, smoking is not only bad for the smoker, but for people around him or her too. However, there are only few laws that restrict public smoking. More legislation on smoking restrictions is needed because secondhand smoke causes asthma attacks in children, heart disease in adults, and sudden infant death syndrome in babies. These health problems are a result of the harmful chemicals in cigarettes. According to the National Cancer Institute, Beryllium, Butadiene, Chromium, Nickel, and Polonium are just a few of the 69 deadly chemicals that can cause cancer....   [tags: Health, informative, expository]
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