Effective Piece Essays

  • Persuasive Essay: Drunk Driving

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    driving campaigns. On many occasions the transport department informs and advises the public about the importance of responsible driving. They propagate safe driving through the various channels of the media. Their safe driving campaign is now using effective propaganda aimed directly at speeding; drink driving and tired and reckless driving Repetition is often used in the safe driving campaign in order to successfully convey their message and also to ensure, that the viewer retains their main idea

  • Mistaken Identities in The Taming of the Shrew

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    Mistaken Identities in The Taming of the Shrew Throughout the play "The Taming of the Shrew," William Shakespeare has utilized several ingenious techniques resulting in an effective piece of work.  One of the more unique and creative methods is the use of mistaken identity.  With the use of mistaken identity, Shakespeare has successfully given the play an element of humor from the beginning to the end. The mistaken identity within the two induction scenes must have been

  • I am going to discuss is 'Kindertransport' and my own piece 'The adoption'

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    I am going to discuss is 'Kindertransport' and my own piece 'The adoption' Danielle Grennan May2003 Performance Evaluation =============================================== The work I am going to discuss is 'Kindertransport' and my own piece 'The adoption'. I saw 'Kindertransport' in October 2002 at the Redbridge Drama Centre; my own piece was devised and performed in May 2003 also at the Redbridge Drama Centre. Both pieces have very similar themes about mother and daughter relationships

  • Comparison Between Piano Concert By Barbara Wieman And Sacramento Cham

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    program started with a piece from L.V. Beethoven called Sonata in F minor, Op.57. This piece can be characterized by an intense, dramatic use of fluctuating dynamics. It was as if the crescendo was not allowed to climax, then is aborted by a sudden change to pianissimo. The so called Beethoven motif was used throughout the piece, very effectively I might add. Barbara Wieman was very animated performing this piece and seemed to be very emotional while playing. This piece was very distinct and

  • Advertising Ethics

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    dolls. The piece also talks about how all of these adds effect people and to what extent they effect people. The author of this piece is the director of Research and Outreach for About- Face and has a doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Based on those facts alone I feel that this piece is very credible and contains truthful information. Limitations of this piece include only having one side and not pertaining specifically to ethics in advertising. I will be able to utilize this piece mostly because

  • Comparing the Violin to a Puzzle

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    Comparing the Violin to a Puzzle A violin can be compared to a puzzle. Each piece of the puzzle has a unique role in the outcome of the picture, or in this case, the overall sound. The pieces are brought together by both the violin's maker and its player. Just like a puzzle, different persons, when given the same pieces probably will not put them in the same order. This fact accounts for the differences in the designs of master violinmakers and the tonal differences between players. To quote

  • A Little Piece of Heaven

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    A Little Piece of Heaven Teacher's Comment: This essay, which received an "A," is strong because the vivid and careful descriptions enliven a commonplace topic: a simple walk in the woods. The writer creates an effective persona though a flashback to "a corner of captured memories." The writer recreates the child's persona, questioning and then understanding the motives of the counselor who is leading the group. Whenever I am troubled or confused, I always plunder through my mind to a corner

  • For this piece of coursework, I am going to compare two Poems produced

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    For this piece of coursework, I am going to compare two Poems produced by Simon Armitage. For this piece of coursework, I am going to compare two Poems produced by Simon Armitage. His website has quoted that he is one of the most exciting younger poets that combines accessible humor and realist style with critical significance and has been short listed for the Whitbread Prize, TS Eliot Prize and Forward Prize. When he jumped genres, the critics moan about his first novel Little Green Man

  • Kuona, An African Perspective on Religions: J.N.K. Mugambi's Contribution

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    Kuona, An African Perspective on Religions: J.N.K. Mugambi's Contribution ABSTRACT: Kuona is a Shona (one of Zimbabwe’s major languages) verb meaning "to see." In poetic constructions, it is often used as an ocular metaphor meaning insight or understanding. This ocular metaphor can be used to describe Mugambi’s assessment of the exclusivistic claims one often encounters in the Abrahamic religions. Such claims often arise from a strongly held belief that the adherent is one of God’s chosen. Mugambi

  • Secrets and Lies

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      It is filled with different pieces of others selves that we have interacted with throughout our life, that combine to make one big picture, our self.  I have taken pieces of many people who I have encountered throughout my life.  My three older brothers influenced major pieces of my self.  The pieces of their selves have "fit" into my jigsaw-puzzle self, and complete my total picture.  Without force, or a conscious effort by my brothers, the certain pieces of their selves have naturally

  • Statistics Investigation

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    out one line of enquiry with two pieces of quantitative information, and then one more investigation that could either be with one piece of quantitative information and one piece of qualitative or with two pieces of qualitative information. Quantitative means statistics that involve numbers e.g. IQ, weight and qualitative means statistics that are not shown with numbers e.g. hair and eye colours. The two investigations I decided to do were: 1) Two pieces of quantitative information - Contrast

  • smoke ventilation

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    Smoke Ventilation Firefighters, lately defined as heroes, have a very exciting job and do some pretty amazing things. My main interests however, is how firefighters ventilate heat and smoke from a structure fire. What pieces of equipment do they use? How do they use those pieces of equipment? Why ventilation is so important and why do they take certain precautions when using their equipment? Growing up in the woods has made my life a lot more different than an average city slicker. You see, I have

  • Plagiarism

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    something and assume that it is not plagiarizing. It is plagiarism if only small changes were made to the source copy and the student’s work has the essential meaning as the original piece of work (Northey 1). Another way that students plagiarize is to put together different pieces of work and turn it in as their final piece of work. Despite the amount of pressure that college students have to deal with, there are ways in which students can prevent themselves from plagiarizing. Two ways that can really

  • Claudio Monteverdi

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    through his work in both styles. Monteverdi often was known as a dramatic composer, while bringing a tremendous meaning from the text he set that often turned each of his pieces into a believable musical and also produced a dramatic statement. It was an early age when Monteverdi’s career began, he then published his first pieces, and this was based on as a collection of three-voice motets, at the age of fifteen. It was by 1591, when he went to Mantua as a musician for the Gonzaga court, by then

  • Jewel: Pieces Of A Shattered Dream

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    My opinion of the book mentioned above is that it is extremely well written and inhibits several unique characteristics. The typical biography or autobiography is written in a sober manner, such that the reader is completely bored by the events of the life of the subject. The author Kristen Kemp, wrote this book so that the audience is excited and anxious to discover what happens in the next chapter in the life of the specified individual. An example of the authors exciting style of writing is evident

  • Comparison Between 'Rattles And Cherries' By Shannon Plumb

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    The Grand Rapids Art Museum of Michigan is currently displaying a performance art video by artist Shannon Plumb who is based in New York. The white and black short video Rattles and Cherries is one of Plumbs latest works created in 2004, she both directs and stars in her work. Plumbs video works are her own comedic feminist take on the deconstruction of societal critiques of women and everyday people. She is compared to being a mix of Charlie Chaplin, Cindy Sherman, and Claude Cahun. Shannon Plumbs

  • Dougherty Valley Concert Report

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    sections or phrases of the pieces. Most of the vowels weren’t open and unified, but they weren’t also closed and tight. They were somewhere in between. When it comes down to whether if there were more open and closed vowels, there would have been more open and unified vowels. Most of the time, the choirs were on tune but when it came to the high parts, they were mostly of tune and sounded like they were kind of screeching. Also they were sharp sometimes throughout their pieces, and it usually revolved

  • Chess

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    today. It began in India probably in the 6th century. This game spread throughout Asia and later into Europe around 900. Chess went through the evolution of different pieces, boards, and rules, and did not settle until the 19th century. When it did stop its evolution, chess was left with chivalric European names for its pieces. At this time, chess, was known all over the world, and people began to play for championships. This game with so much strategy that seems so normal to us has such a great

  • Situated Cognition

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    the importance of creating a relationship between all pieces of information, the learner, and the environment. It is the responsibility of both the teacher and the learner to link the appropriate information together. If students can develop a relationship for the "underlying reasons for ‘how’ and ‘why’ to use specific procedures, they will be able to store this information as part of their knowledge network," and develop links with other pieces of information (Gersten and Baker, 1998, p.24). On the

  • Invent Your Own Technology Essay

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    to the sweatshirt. When I first began this project, I did not count on being faced with any problems. I thought that I would just glue tiny pieces of cut up twizzler to the sweatshirt and that would be that. The first problem that I faced was: the candy would not stick to the sweatshirt. For whatever reason, the glue was not able to hold the twizzler pieces to the front of the sweatshirt. This definitely prolonged the gluing process. Once this problem had arisen, I went back to try to think of what