Starting with general points, I first decided to express what exactly identity is and how I interpret it. I also wanted my thesis to be direct and to the point, giving the reader a clear idea of what to expect without exposing too much. The introduction is essential in creating an impression upon the reader, engaging them in what it is that you want to discuss, and why they should show interest. A person can exists as many different identities both the genuine ... ... middle of paper ... ... now. I reread my essay and again I notice repetition of ideas and words, something I am not happy about, however they are salient in getting my ideas across to the reader.
In the laboratory, students will learn and use the fundamental concepts of biology to draw conclusions from data, to develop alternative hypotheses to explain observations, to make predictions, and to design experiments to test hypotheses. At the completion of this course, you should have the knowledge and skills that are associated with a biologically literate citizen. Regardless of your role in society, knowledge of biology has become increasingly important to make informed decisions about health issues, environmental problems and related new technologies. You should understand and appreciate the relationship between biological knowledge and your ability to survive in the modern world, to raise healthy children, to contribute to societal and governmental decisions now and... ... middle of paper ... ...s on a regular weekly basis. • Manage your time well.
With extensive mathematics, physics and programming training, I felt comfortable in learning advanced materials. Meanwhile, I am versatile with technical tools, like C, Python, Solidworks, Matlab, LaTeX and Linux, which will assist me in dealing with both practical and research problems. To put what I have learned into practice, I participated in some research projects after my undergraduate work. Highlighted by a project with Prof. Juhyuk M... ... middle of paper ... ...of Material Science at John’s Hopkins University has a most rigorous graduate program and many exciting on-going research. Professors affiliated to the Institute for NanoBioTechnology produces many interesting works in the interdisciplinary area between material and biomedical science, such as quantum dot tracking and I am interested in expanding my knowledge into the field.
After exploring the online writing lab, my perspective on formulating a thesis statement has changed. Firstly, from personal experience, looking at the assignment title is usually very daunting and I start to list down the various aspects it could cover. I was ambitious in formulating a thesis that could possibly encompass every single aspect, without keeping in mind the length limitations of the paper. As a result, my thesis was very broad. My paper lacked focus and it seemed like with more points, I required more evidence to convince the reader of my stance.
Also, it explains that when planning a science class teachers need to put into consideration other factors such as ELL students, students with special needs, culture, and many more. This document lists all the expectations that teachers need to meet for each form of Grade 11 and 12 science courses (Physics, chemistry, biology, etc…), but I will be concentrating on the grade 11 and 12 university level Biology course. This paper will be critiqued using the perspectives of the following
- My answer to my premises (biology connection to chemistry) • The connection between these two scientific methods is tied into the world. By chemistry being the study of matter. Then biology being the study of organisms. They tie into each other by both dealing with the world's matter, and have to come thru each other to get the answer to whatever they seem to be looking for. They are actually the strength to science I would say.
Being my first major paper, it sort of posed a problem for me. It was also an argument paper, where it was required to take a position on an arguable issue. I was practically plagued with writers block, through the entire paper. Mostly because I had no idea what I wanted the topic to be. Before I began writing, I needed to figure a topic that I was somewhat passionate about; and that I could engross my audience in.
I look forward to doing more verbal presentations in the future to regain my confidence in this area. Overall this paper has been the most challenging of the core papers for me. I believe it is because instead of being given a topic to explore, I had to choose one myself. Having never done so before, I made errors in the broadness of my question; this made it difficult for the following assessment. This is my first experience of tertiary education and as each assessment progressed, I began to gain the benefits of the lecture sessions and the skills and tools they provided me with.
So lesson learnt was to give more time in looking for sources or data that will help your essay to develop really well. Overtime, as I analyzed the data I had, put it down on a paper and grouped them to what they will convey together. I work to make final draft but it is my rough draft, therefore for final draft I would only make revisions or change things which do not belong. There were essays that were not developed well or lacked something. Argumentative essay did achieve the goal of persuading but it failed in areas such as
I have always noticed that when I am not confident in what I am writing I tend to generalize my ideas and topics to the point where my thesis also begins to get muddled. Trimble focuses on the fact that a strong thesis is needed to create the foundations for a strong essay. He says “the simpler the better” when writing a thesis. What I took from this is that he doesn’t want the reader to create a simple thesis, no, he wants the reader the write a concise, well thought out thesis hits all the main points in the shorter amount of sentences. This allows the writer less space to generalize a bland thesis which in turn creates a more focused